July 11 - July 14, 2021
Grades 9 - 12
The SU Sprints and Hurdles Camp was developed in 2005 and has quickly attained a reputation for one of the finest camps of its kind in the Northeast. Over 950 student-athletes have attended this camp over the years. Attention to detail along with a well-established training schedule has been well received by our students. Over a four-day period, the students attend no less than ten skill session training periods. This camp is specifically designed for hurdlers and sprinters.
The primary goal of the SU Sprints and Hurdles Camp is to assist each athlete in learning how to develop his/her athletic potential to their fullest extent. We will do this with a staff of outstanding coaches who will use the most recent teaching techniques in track and field. The camp will strive to improve each athlete’s skill level, mental toughness, flexibility and strength, and quickness/ explosiveness.
All participants will receive specific instruction on the events of his/ her choice. With the aid of video equipment and coaches, the athlete will be evaluated and then taught drills to improve his/her skill level. In addition to the “learn by doing” part of the clinic, there will be lectures, films, and demonstrations for each event. Much attention will be given to the mental aspect of track and field. Athletes will be taught relaxation and mental visualization techniques and how to develop mental toughness. As the numbers increase for the camp, so does the staff so we can continue our tradition of one-on-one attention with the student-athletes.
Every camper will receive individual attention during training sessions by our professional staff.
A well-established training schedule is well received by our camp participants.
This camp is speciafically designed for hurdlers and sprinters.
Attention wil be given to the mental aspect of track and field.
Video will be used by coaches to evaluate and improve your skill level.
Develop connections with other athletes from many different schools.
What to Bring
Personal Items: All athletes should bring training gear and shoes. bring spikes, they cannot exeed 3/16", if you have them. Bring recreational equipment, i.e. tennis racket, swimsuit, etc.
Masking requirements: Shippensburg University requires all individuals to wear masks while on campus. Masks must be worn during any breaks or other periods of non-activity/non-participation. Masks must also be worn during all indoor physical activities.
For all our residential camps, campers will be housed in suite-style residence halls. Due to COVID-19 restrictions we are allowing only one person per bedroom. Amenities include air-conditioning and a bathroom for every two campers. You will need to bring sheets, pillow, pillow case, towels, blankets, and washcloths with you. Washers and dryers are available on each floor in the residence hall and are free to use.
Requests for accommodations, auxiliary aids, or services must be made in writing to the Office of Accessibility Resources at least fifteen (15) days before the camp begins. The Office of Accessibility Resources is located at Shippensburg University, 1871 Old Main Drive, Shippensburg, PA 17257-2299, (717) 477-1364, email@example.com.
All meals included
3 lunches, 3 dinners
The SU Sports Camps are proud of the excellent staff employed from the college and high school coaching ranks to offer superior instruction to our campers.
Register Early:Space is limited to facilitate individual attention. Four-person suites will be assigned on a first-registerd, first-accommodated basis.
Registrations will be accepted up to one week prior to the start of camp. An administrative fee of $75 will be deducted from all refunds. No refunds will be given after on-campus check-in. Conference Services reserves the right to cancel any camp that has insufficient enrollment up to two weeks before the opening of camp. A full refund will be given if the camp is canceled.