Other returning clinicians include Duncan Atwood who will be working with our javelin throwers. Duncan is a 2-time Olympian, 3-time US champion, and 2-time gold medalist at the Pan Am Games. Click Here to see a 296' 3" throw from Duncan.
Rose Monday will be working with our middle distance, distance, and cross country runners. Rose has been the women's distance coach on the last two US Olympic Teams. She has competed in 4 Olympic Trials, and is the 2001Masters World Champion in the 800m.
David Pless will be working with our shot and discus throwers. David was a finalist at last year's Olympic Trials. David has PR's of 66' 10" in the shot, and 180' 8" in the discus. Click Here to see a big throw from David.
Terrence Trammell will be working with our 100m and 110m hurdlers. He is a 3-time Olympian, and 2-time silver medalist at the Olympic Games. Click Here to see his silver medal performance at the 2004 Olympic Games.
We have three new clinicians this year.
See our "About the Clinicians" tab for a list of major accomplishments of our clinicians.
Once again the Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association (KTCCA) is offering 15 full scholarships, and 10 half scholarships to Kentucky athletes. Please see our "Scholarships" tab for information if you would like to apply for a scholarship. Deadline to submit your application is April 15 for athletes.
If you have any questions regarding camp, please e-mail Lisa Owens at email@example.com. You can also reach her by phone at (859) 238-5494.