U.S. All Star Track & Field & Cross Country Clinic
Atlantic City, NJ
11 Amflex Drive, Cranston, RI 02910 USA
2012 U.S. All-Star Track & Field and Cross-Country Clinic
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS TWICE!
U.S. All-Star Clinic
Book your room at the Trump Taj Mahal by November 28 to get the low $59/nite rate. Our group rate expires on that date. It's up to the Taj whether or not they extend the deal. Don't take a chance! Call the Taj directly at 800-825-8888 and use code BTRAC12 or book online. If you already reserved a room you will get the reduced rate.
Register for the clinic by November 30 for to be eligible for FREE Doorbuster Prizes. Two $100 American Express Gift Cards and a slew of $50 Amex Gift Cards will be picked out of a hat and awarded to the winners at clinic registration. You have a 1 in 20 chance of winning. Not bad – and a lot better than your odds of winning a state lottery. Register for the clinic by calling 800-556-7464, x 101 or sign up online.
We thank all of you who have already registered for the clinic, and we remind everyone that the clinic maintains the phenomenally low price of $85 because it is so well attended. Hurricane Sandy threw everything off base and hurt our registration. Now we are appealing to the "core" people who attend the clinic regularly. We need more sign-ups! We guarantee you will love our 2012 staff while having a great time.
Speaking of fun, DJ Scott Hubbard will be on hand to keep things moving at our Social/Dance Contest/Karaoke on Thursday night, December 13. He's the best – and he's a track coach.
Dan Ireland took over a difficult job replacing the late Jim Torpey, but he has La Salle University's distance program rolling along without missing a beat. The Explorers distinguished themselves again this fall in Cross-Country and look great for the future. Dan coached several All-Americans as Yale's Head Cross-Country coach for 12 years and coached at Georgetown for 6 years before that. He's got a lot of great ideas for distance training.
Janet Leet Smith returns to her native New Jersey for her first appearance at our clinic. She's still remembered in NJ as perhaps the greatest female distance runner in the state's history. Janet has a well-rounded philosophy of building distance runners that's very interesting. She believes in developing both mind and body in combination to achieve success.
Holly Kelly-Thompson returns this year to handle our high jump sessions. An all-time great at Palmetto High in Florida and Florida State, Holly was a 6x All-American in the high jump. She's very active in Florida coaching high jumpers – especially helping coaches solve technique problems in the event. Holly has the ability to breakdown the high jump into simple terms.
I look forward to seeing you in Atlantic City,