It's time to get off the Trainer! Acquire triathlon skills & build volume while escaping the cold of Toronto this winter and get in some truly amazing outdoor training!
Join us for our sixth annual TTC Winter Training Camp in sunny Tucson, Arizona from April 5th - April 12th, 2020.
This is your ultimate experience for training improvements and at the ideal pre-race time of year before the outdoor season in Ontario starts!
This action packed 6 day training camp is aimed at the intermediate athlete who wants to improve their skills and gain early season volume and distance. The camp is designed for athletes training for Olympic, Half and Full distance races and should have endurance riding experience as the rides range from 3-6 hours.
Spaces are limited to 18 athletes. To help you reach your goals at the training camp, there will be 2 NCCP trained coaches and 1 NCCP trained group leader creating an amazing ratio.
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Coaches: Eric D'Arcy & Tara Postnikoff
Group Leader: Felicia Long
What's Included in the rate:
7 nights’ accommodation in 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom suites (with double to quadruple occupancy) with full kitchen facilities, living areas, laundry facilities.
6 days of coached training including riding, swimming, and running. Including skills development sessions for each discipline and lots of base season volume.
A support vehicle for all the rides to provide nutrition and fluids as well as mechanical support.
Clinics and group discussion on nutrition for training & racing, training & skills for swimming, cycling and running, motivation, race strategy and more.
What's Not Included in the rate:
- Airfare, transport to / from airport
- Bike transport to and from the camp
- Travel and medical insurance
TTC Members will receive and early rate bird if registered by December 2, 2019.
Shared Double Occupancy Room (2 queen beds) - $1425
Private Room (1 Bed) - $1800
Double Occupancy Private Room (1 Bed) - $2800
December 3rd Pricing:
Shared Double Occupancy Room (2 queen beds) - $1475
Private Room (1 Bed) - $1850
Double Occupancy Private Room (1 Bed) - $2850
TTC Members - Sign up now!
Non Members welcome - $160 additional fee
Need a payment plan option?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more options. Minimum 25% deposit + $25 admin fee.
- Cancellations on or before January 14, 2020: Can receive a full refund less 25% deposit.
- Cancellations on or before February 27th, 2020: Can receive a 50% refund.
- Cancellations on or after February 28th, 2020 are non refundable (unless the member is able to find someone else to take their spot)
We are staying at the Starr Pass Golf Suites located in South West Tucson in 2 bedroom suites. There is a 25 yard pool on site for our use. Each suite is approximately 1300 sq ft wit.h 2 rooms: 1 King room with bathroom, and 1 room with two Queen beds with bathroom. Each suite is equipped with a living room, dining table, full kitchen (fridge, oven, stove, microwave and dishwasher) with plates, pans, cookware and laundry.
For more info: http://www.shellhospitality.com/starr-pass-golf-suites
About the Coaches:
Tara Postnikoff - Tara has been coaching and leading training camps since 2010. She is an NCCP Certified Triathlon Coach, Comp Intro Cycling coach in-training. Tara has co-lead 8 camps in Tucson, Arizona. Tara is also a professional sports nutritionist and certified personal trainer.
Eric D'Arcy - Eric has been coaching since 2006 and is a trained NCCP Community coach, Comp Intro Cycling coach in-training and a certified cycling instructor who has lead many camps including 6 in Tucson, Arizona.
What previous participants have said:
Lori Goodfellow -- Best way to beat the winter blues! Swim, bike, run, eat, laugh, sleep, repeat for 7 days of stress free hot sunny fun!
Jacqueline Baldwin -- It was a great to get a jump start on training and there is no better place to do it then Arizona. The scenery is amazing, Mt. Lemmon will be the most memorable ride of your life and of course the coaches are top notch!
Heather Little - As a 'first timer' to the camp in 2015, I wasn't sure what to expect. It was a very well organized week, and an amazing group of people. The coaches and other campers were supportive and motivating, making the week a very fun and productive week. I came back a stronger triathlete, ready to hit the ground running with training!