Camp Dates: June 7 - June 10, 2017

Registration Deadline - Midnight on June 4th

For those who have paid deposits, balances are due by midnight on June 4th.

Checks will not be accepted for registration or balances due after June 3rd.

Check in Information:

All campers will need to check in for camp at your designated time below. Check in will be in Hazelrigg Gymnasium inside Sutcliffe Hall on the campus of Centre College. Most GPS systems will allow you to search for Sutcliffe Hall. However, the approximate GPS address for Sutcliffe Hall is 350 College Street, Danville, KY.

Overnight Campers will check in from 1:00pm to 2:00pm on Wednesday, June 7th.

Commuter Campers will check in from 2:30pm to 3:30pm on Wednesday, June 7th.



Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Sports Psychologist and Athlete Cheryl Hart to Speak at MVTFA

MVTFA is proud to announce that sports psychologist Cheryl Hart will be speaking at the MVTFA camp on Tuesday evening, June 7th.

Cheryl Hart has drawn media attention nationwide, leading to appearances in Shape Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Runner’s World, Inside Triathlon, USA Today and ESPN, to name a few.  Cheryl has competed in 45 marathons, including Boston and New York, and was overall female winner of the Blue Angel Marathon.  She has been a member of Team USA, winning silver medals in the 2004 World Triathlon (Portugal) and the 2004 World Duathlon (Belgium) as well as the bronze in the 2005 World Championship in Australia Cheryl represented USA in the 2008 World Duathlon Championship in Italy. She was named All-American in both triathlon and duathlon (2003, 2004 & 2005).  Cheryl was Kentucky’s NCAA Woman of the Year (1993) and National Inspirational Athlete of the Year (1994).  She holds a Masters Degree in Sport Psychology from the University of Tennessee and a B.A. in English from Centre College, where she is an Athletic Hall of Fame inductee. She served as communications associate, sports information director and cross-country coach. Cheryl is a sport psychology consultant, motivational speaker, writer, and host of Hart to Heart Talk Show.  She teaches Sport Psychology at the University of Louisville and is currently working on several books that guide even non-athletes toward the attainment of life goals by implementing the principles used by successful athletes.

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