REFUND POLICY: Full refund with cancelation through January 31, 2024. 50% Refund through 3/1/2024. No refunds after 3/1/2024. You may transfer your membership to another athlete. Transfers should be cleared with Camp Director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
✅ So much fun! This is summer camp for adults!! We love to work hard – but we like to play hard too.
✅ Daily training workouts with options for 70.3 or 140.6 triathlon training. Specifics of the triathlon training camp vary with 4-day and 2-day option. (See sample schedule. Please note: schedule is subject to change.) Note: if you are looking for more than training on the course, we strongly recommend the 4-day option.
✅ SAG support
✅ On-course water & aid stops (2 per loop of the main bike route, 2 per loop on the long run). Aid stops will include: Electrolytes, sports nutrition products from our sponsors, oranges, bananas, chips, and the like.
✅ Daily educational sessions on topics related to 70.3 and 140.6 triathlon training and racing – ample opportunities to ask questions! Hands-on skills clinics for our 4-day campers.
✅ Team Meals or Snacks: Wednesday night (snacks only); Thursday (lunch & dinner), Friday (lunch & dinner) & Saturday (dinner). Team Meals prepared by our Private Chefs from Stir It Up Catering.
✅ All entries include full access to the pantry at the Team Headquarters for make-your-own breakfast, lunch (on days we don’t have chef-made meals), snacks, and beverages (e.g., iced tea, soda).
✅ IF SELECTED AT REGISTRATION: Team Lodging – shared and solo rooms, bunk style accommodations. Three houses, each with a full kitchen, behind High Peaks Cyclery. We will stock the kitchen with some popular triathlete items (e.g., oatmeal, bagels, peanut butter, yogurt, coffee, cold cuts, snack veggies, etc.) – and you are welcome to bring your own food if you prefer! Close proximity to Mirror Lake, Main Street & the Olympic Oval.
✅ Camp T-Shirt (if registered no later than 5/1/24), official camp swim cap, water bottle, stickers, water bottle, and additional swag from our camp sponsors
✅ Sample pneumatic compression boots during daily educational sessions
The Lake Placid Triathlon Training Camp 4-day option runs from check in on Wednesday, June 5 @ 5 p.m. through Sunday, 6/9/24; 2-day camp runs from Friday afternoon (plan to come for lunch) 6/7/23 through Sunday, 6/9/23
Wednesday, June 5 – check in
5:00-6:00 p.m. – Camp check-in & orientation (we will have snacks). Orientation overview begins at 5 p.m. We will be available for check-in until 6 p.m. Later check-in can happen Thursday morning before the bike clinic begins.
Thursday, June 6 – training start for the 4-day camp
6:00-6:45 Make your own breakfast – food in pantry. Check-in, if you didn’t check in Wednesday.
7-9 a.m. – Bike Skills Clinic
9 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. – Training Session 1 – Bike focus
12:00-1:30 – Lunch & learn – education session while you munch on a delicious team lunch from Stir It Up Catering
2:00-4:00 – Open Water Clinic + swim; in-water form instruction. All campers must wear official camp swim cap for identification. You will receive one upon check in.
5:00 – 7:00 p.m. – Team Dinner, Education Sessions, Open Forum Q&A
Friday, June 7
6:30-7:30 a.m. Make your own breakfast – food in pantry
7:30-8:30 a.m.. – Run Form Clinic
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. – Run Workout
12:00 – Team lunch – chef meal (2-day camp begins; check-in & orientation for 2-day camp)
12:30 – Lunch & Learn Educational Sessions
2:30-5:00 p.m. – Open water clinic & swim; In-water form instruction. All campers must wear official camp swim cap for identification. You will receive one upon check in
5:30 – Dinner + Educational sessions. Dinner (chef meal) served during educational sessions. If you have special dietary needs, please email email@example.com.
Saturday, June 8
5:00-5:45 Make your own breakfast – food in pantry
6 a.m. – 3 p.m. – Long ride with transition run. We start early because the traffic can get hectic – and we want to make certain that 112 mile riders have ample time to complete the 2 loops.
Ride options include: 112, 100, 56 mile options. T-run anywhere from 20-45 minutes. You are encouraged to ride at your own pace. We will help athletes organize according to typical speed.
Ride Leads for one loop (56 miles): 1 leader for 17-18 mph (average) (wheels down at 6:45 – no exceptions), 1 leader for 15-16 mph (average) (wheels down at 6:20, no exceptions), 1 lead for a no-drop group for the first loop (wheels down at 6 a.m., no exceptions). You may ride additional miles, organized with fellow campers. Ride leads are guaranteed for first loop only.
4:30 p.m. – Dinner & educational sessions
Sunday, June 9
5:00-5:45 a.m. – Make your own breakfast – food in pantry
6 – 9 a.m. – Long run. Distance varies 10 – 20 miles. (Aid provided at run turnaround on River Road & in town). (Note: the Lake Placid half and full marathon is this weekend. If you sign up, we’ll cheer you on!!)
10:00 a.m. – camp ends. Lodging check out by 10 a.m.