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MECTC Draft-Legal Skills Camp
What: Triathlon skills camp for MECTC collegiate triathletes interested in developing & improving their swim, bike, run, & transition skills with a specific focus on draft-legal racing. Skills applicable for the beginner to the seasoned collegiate triathlete. This is an active camp.
Some of the topics we will cover and practice include: dive starts, swim video analysis, bike handling & group riding, flying mounts/dismounts, run drills, basic maintenance, VO2 max & training structure, nutrition, draft-legal racing and Olympic pipeline.
When: Two day camp: Saturday, October 13 8am-8pm; Sunday, October 14 8-5pm.
Where: The Ohio State University Recreational and Physical Activity Center (RPAC) and McCorkel swim pavilion. Housing accommodations can be made with OSU triathlon club for out of town athletes.
Who: Collegiate triathletes, all abilities welcome but you should be able to swim 200m, be comfortable riding in a pack, and have a road bike with drop handle bars.
Registration: Click to register!
Cost: $65; limited to the first 30 athletes
Extras: Snacks will be provided. Individual VO2 max testing w/ skin fold body composition is available Friday and Monday for an additional $100.
What to bring: Swim cap, Goggles, Swimsuit, 2 towels, Road bike w/ drop handlebars (no aero bars), Helmet, Cycling shoes, Cycling clothing (2), spare tubes, pump/CO2, Tire change tools, Bike lock, Running Clothes, Running Shoes, Watch, Hat, Sun glasses, Warm Clothes, Sleeping bag & pillow, USAT License & Photo ID (if you can't prove current license status, then $12 event license will be required)
Summit Multisport was founded in 2009 by Rick Slawinski, a certified USA Triathlon Level 1 coach. Our goal is to expose more people in the Midwest to the multisport lifestyle and develop the talent here to compete nationally and internationally. Triathlon is one of the fastest growing sports and the Midwest has produced some exceptional endurance athletes. With a focus on scientific training, Summit Multisport hopes to develop new multisport athletes into age group champions and future Olympic hopefuls.
Rick Slawinski has been a certified coach since 2008. With over 14 years of competitive experience in high school and collegiate track and cross country (The Ohio State University), road racing, cycling (OSU, Bike Source), and triathlon, Rick brings a wealth of experience. Racing triathlon since 2002, Rick has qualified for USAT Age Group Nationals three times, 2010 World Championships and competes among the top athletes in Ohio and across the country.
Rick currently coaches the Ohio State University Triathlon Club.
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