October 06, 2011 (London, ON) – The Canadian Cycling Association is pleased to announce a special talent identification track development camp at the Forest City Velodrome in London, Ontario. This talent ID Camp is the first of 8 camps to be held across Canada this winter.
Eligible track cycling athletes are required to be 15 – 17 years old, have the ability to ride in a pace line and handle other group riding skills on the track. The intensive three day velodrome sessions will be led by a National Track Team Coach and includes an evening of racing.
This camp is a CCA skills development camp, the emphasis will be on technique and bike handling skills, some drills will be included in the workouts.
This is an athlete self funded camp. Riders are responsible for their accommodations in London. The fee for the Talent ID Camp is $25.00 and payable to the Forest City Velodrome. The fee covers the cost of your training sessions and includes racing on Saturday night.
Track Camp Schedule:
Friday October 28th 6:30pm – 9pm.
Saturday October 29th 1:30pm – 3:30pm.
Saturday Night Racing 7pm
Sunday October 30th 8:30am – 11am – Camp closes.
This camp is the first in a series of development projects to identify and prepare our Juniors for International track competitions in 2012 and beyond.
Cadet & Junior aged track athletes, for registration details please send an email to:
CCA Track Coordinator, Sara Poutanen – Sara.email@example.com
2197 prom Riverside Drive, Suite 203 – Ottawa, ON – K1H 7X3 – (613) 248-1353, www.canadian-cycling.com