Join us on December 28 - 29, 2017 at Covina High School in the City of Covina, California, East of Los Angeles. We have a very exciting lineup of world-class athletes and coaches excited to train with you. With the track at Mt. SAC College being renovated, we move to a temporary facility for our Winter Camp. 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. 


Tonie Campbell, Hurdles

Personal Record
13.17s (110 Hurdles)

Achievements
1x Bronze Medalist (1988 Olympic Games)
1x Gold Medalist (1987 Indoor World Championships)

Tonie Campbell is an Olympic and World Champion hurdler. He won the gold medal in the 1987 Indoor World Championships for the 60m Hurdles.


Brian Yokoyama

Coach Brian Yokoyama brings over 25 years of experience.

Through the years, Yokoyama has worked/consulted with many top national and international pole vaulters/decathletes including:

  • Giovanni Lanaro-(19’01”-5.82M) 4th place at the 2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships, USA Community College Champion, California State Community College Champion, Mexican National Champion, Mexican National Record Holder, Pan American Record Holder, 3 time NCAA Division 1 All-American, 2004 and 2008 Mexican Olympian
  • Daichi Sawano-(19’01.5”-5.83M) 2006 IAAF World Ranking #4, Japanese Record Holder, 2004 Olympic Finalist, 2004, 2008 and 2016 Olympian 
  • Rob Pike-(18’06.5”-5.65M) 3 time Canadian National Champion, 2001 World Championship Competitor
  • Tim Mack-(19’08.5”-6.01M) 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist, 2004 Number One World Ranking, Olympic Record Holder, US Olympic Trials Record Holder, US National Champion
  • Teruyasu Yonekura-(18’04.5”-5.60M) Former Japanese Record Holder, 1996 Atlanta Olympian

 


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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)


Mike Powell, Long Jump

Personal Record
8.95m (29 feet 4.25 inches)

Achievements
World Record Holder (1991 - Today)
3x Gold Medalist (1991, 1993, 1995 World Championships)
2x Silver Medalist (1988, 1992 Olympic Games)
1x Bronze Medalist (1995 World Championships)

Mike Powell is the current World Record holder in the long jump. He has held the record for over 24 years. Mike currently coaches at the Academy of Speed in Rancho Cucamonga, California.


 

Mac Wilkins, Discus

Personal Record
71.86m (232 feet 5.75 inch) - Discus
21.06m (69 feet 1.5 inch) - Shot Put

Achievements
Former Discus World Record Holder (1976 - 1978)
2x Competed in the Olympic Games
1x Gold Medalist (1976 Olympic Games)
1x Silver Medalist (1984 Olympic Games)
1x Gold Medalist (1979 Pan American Games)

Mac Wilkins is the former Discus World Record Holder. He broke the world record a total of four times. He ranked as the number one Discus thrower in the world from 1976 to 1980.

Mac currently is the USATF Throws Coach at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, CA.

 

Gregg Simmons, Sprints

Gregg Simmons is a notable coach in Track and Field. He specializes in speed and performance for Elite, Pro, Collegiate, and Youth athletes.

Over the past 25 years Coach Simmons has produced champions at the high school, collegiate, and elite levels. He has also trained elite sprinters who have participated in the U.S. Olympic Trials. When interviewed by the San Diego Union Tribune, Coach Simmons stated "He can make anyone faster" and the success of his athletes prove he's true to his word.


Schedule


Day One

December 28, 2017

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

December 29, 2017

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


The Olympic Training Center
2800 Olympic Pkwy, Chula Vista California 91915