Join us on July 18th - 19th. We have a very exciting lineup of world-class athletes and coaches excited to train with you. This year is sure to be another unforgettable camp. You don't want to miss it!  If you are coming from out of the area, we will have hotel deals for you.   Please check back with us for hotel deals.   World Record Camps is glad to be able to bring another record breaking camp to you!

 

 
 

 

Coaches

(Subject to Change)


Willie Banks, Triple Jump

Personal Record
17.97m (58 feet 11.5 inches)

Achievements
World Record Holder (1985 - 1995)
Olympic Athlete (1980, 1984, 1988)
1x Silver Medalist (1983 World Championships)

The former World Record holder in the triple jump. Willie Banks held the record for over 10 years, and was inducted into the USA National Track and Field Hall of Fame in 1999. He currently coaches at a local high school in California and often travels around the world teaching triple jump clinics. 



Stacy Dragila, Pole Vault

Personal Record
4.83m (15 feet 10.15 inches)

Achievements
World Record Holder (1999 - 2003)
1x Gold Medalist (2000 Olympic Games)
2x Gold Medalist (1999, 2001 World Championships)
1x Gold Medalist (1997 Indoor World Championships)
1x Silver Medalist (2004 Indoor World Championships) 

Stacy Dragila is the first woman to win an Olympic Gold Medal in the pole vault. She currently coaches in Idaho.

 


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Dick Fosbury, High Jump

Personal Record
2.24m (7 feet 4.2 inches)

Achievements
Invented the Fosbury Flop
1x Gold Medalist (1968 Olympic Games)

Dick Fosbury is the creator of the now legendary Fosbury Flop technique. It is used by all high jumpers of note. Dick currently travels the world coaching and teaching the technique he perfected.


Jacqueline Hansen, Marathon


Achievements
1x Gold Medalist (1973 Boston Marathon)
1x Gold Medalist (1975 Honolulu Marathon)
1x Gold Medalist (1976 Avenue of the Giants Marathon)
3x Gold Medalist (1972, 1974, 1977 Western Hemisphere Marathon)
3x Gold Medalist (1979, 1981, 1982 Catalina Marathon)



Ian Waltz, Discus

Personal Record
68.91m (226 feet 1 inch)

Achievements
2x Competed in the Olympic Games
1x Bronze Medalist (2006 World Cup)


 

Schedule


Day One

July 18, 2018

Time Activity
8:30 am Registration
9:30 am Introduction of Clinicians
9:45 am Coaching Session (Event Specific Training)
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Team Building Games
1:30 pm Coaching Session (Event Specific Training)
3:00 pm Break
3:15 pm Coaching Session (Event Specific Training)
5:00 pm Q & A
5:30 pm Done for the Day
 

Day Two

July 19, 2018

Time Activity
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Group Warm Up
9:30 am Coaching Session (Event Specific Training)
11:00 am College Sports Seminar
12:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm Team Building Games
1:30 pm Coaching Session (Event Specific Training)
3:00 pm Break
3:30 pm Event Competitions
5:00 pm Q & A
5:30 pm Done for the Day

Pricing


Directions


Natrona High School, 930 S Elm St, Casper, WY 82601