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Triathlon Training Camps & Skills Clinics
Triathlon Training Camps & Skills Clinics

Always wanted to train like a pro?

Needing a serious boost to your training? Looking for a change in scenery to swim, bike and run?

Join the PacWest coaching staff, race team members, guest speakers and select partners and sponsors for one of our professionally-produced triathlon training camps in 2017.

PacWest training camps are designed to be educational with skills and informational clinics, extremely challenging with intense all-day group workouts, and a fun, rewarding overall experience.  Each camp will push individuals to their limits both physically and mentally.

All camp participants will follow a detailed agenda of fully supported workouts, educational clinics, and organized social activities each day including a sponsored dinner each evening in which the entire group of participants, PacWest race athletes, coaches and guest speakers come together.

2017 Triathlon Training Camp Schedule:
San Luis Obispo Camp: March 9-12
Santa Rosa 70.3 Camp: April 1-2
Santa Rosa 140.6 Camp: July 8-9
Santa Cruz Camp: August 19-20
Kailua-Kona Camp: October 9-13 (Ironman World Championship week)

 

Training Camp & Skills Clinic Registration
Training Camp & Skills Clinic Registration

2017 Training Camps
San Luis Obispo – March 9-12
Santa Rosa 70.3 – April 1-2
Santa Rosa 140.6 – July 8-9 (Coming soon)
Santa Cruz – August 19-20 (Coming soon)
Kailua-Kona – October 9-13 (Coming soon)

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