$50 – $85

2018 Armory Indoor Track & Field Camp

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The Armory

216 Fort Washington Avenue

New York, NY 10032

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2018 Armory Indoor Track and Field Camp is now in its 2nd year after a successful beginning in 2017. This year will feature some of the best coaching minds in the sport and some of the finest American athletes in track & field.

The event will take place at the Historic New York City Armory in Washington Heights at 216 Fort Washington Ave. The Armory is the site to one of the finest indoor track & field facilities in the world with state of the art features within the walls of a historic New York City landmark.

The structure of the event will vary slightly from last year by featuring a morning and afternoon session. This will allow all student-athletes the opportunity to register for more than one event or attend for just a half day.


Schedule:

Morning Session:

7:00-8:00am: Morning session check in & day of registration

8:00-8:30am: Welcome & staff athlete and coach introductions (arena floor)

8:30-8:45am: Split into groups and warm up

8:30-10:00am: Individual group work

10:00-10:30am: Breakout session (flexibility, lifting or nutrition)

10:30-11:30am: Individual group work

11:30am-12:00pm: Q&A with staff athletes & coaches in individual groups

12:00-12:15pm: Recap of session, release athletes


Afternoon Session:

12:30-1:30pm: Afternoon session check in & day of registration

1:30-2:00pm: Welcome & staff athlete and coach introductions (arena floor)

2:00-2:15pm: Split into groups and warm up

2:00-3:30pm: Individual group work

3:30-4:00pm: Breakout session (flexibility, lifting or nutrition)

4:00-5:00pm: Individual group work

5:00-5:30pm: Q&A with staff athletes & coaches in individual groups

5:30-5:45pm: Recap of session, release athletes


CAMP COACHES & PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES



SPRINTS
Lisa Morgan:  Morgan averaged three division one scholarship-athletes per year while coaching at Columbia High School from 2008-2015. She is currently the head track and field coach at Bloomfield College.

Lisa Morgan: Morgan averaged three division one scholarship-athletes per year while coaching at Columbia High School from 2008-2015. She is currently the head track and field coach at Bloomfield College.


Najee Glass : Glass helped the University of Florida capture a national title in the 4x400 during 2013 and earned NCAA All-American honors 16 times. He now competes professionally and finished 7th at the 2016 Olympic Trials.

Najee Glass: Glass helped the University of Florida capture a national title in the 4x400 during 2013 and earned NCAA All-American honors 16 times. He now competes professionally and finished 7th at the 2016 Olympic Trials.


HURDLES
Andy Capellan:  Capellan is the head track and field coach at New Rochelle High School. Since 1975, he has led his teams to claim 44 County Championships, 50 League titles and 37 Sectional Championships for Section One Class A/AA across the indoor and outdoor seasons.

Andy Capellan: Capellan is the head track and field coach at New Rochelle High School. Since 1975, he has led his teams to claim 44 County Championships, 50 League titles and 37 Sectional Championships for Section One Class A/AA across the indoor and outdoor seasons.


DISTANCE
Bart Sessa:  Sessa coached the Syosset boys team to 10 consecutive Section 8 cross country championships from 1996-2006 and guided his 2005 team to an indoor national record in the 4x800.

Bart Sessa: Sessa coached the Syosset boys team to 10 consecutive Section 8 cross country championships from 1996-2006 and guided his 2005 team to an indoor national record in the 4x800.

Kenyetta Iyevbele:  While competing for North Caroline State University, Iyevbele was named a 2x NCAA All-American. She holds their 800m indoor and outdoor school records and currently competes on the professional level for the NJ-NYTC.

Kenyetta Iyevbele: While competing for North Caroline State University, Iyevbele was named a 2x NCAA All-American. She holds their 800m indoor and outdoor school records and currently competes on the professional level for the NJ-NYTC.


RACEWALK
Maria Michta-Coffey:  Michta-Coffey is a two-time Olympian, holds seven American Records and won her fourth consecutive USATF Championship Mile Racewalk title at the NYRR Millrose Games this past indoor season.

Maria Michta-Coffey: Michta-Coffey is a two-time Olympian, holds seven American Records and won her fourth consecutive USATF Championship Mile Racewalk title at the NYRR Millrose Games this past indoor season.


LONG JUMP & TRIPLE JUMP
Dominic Zanot:  As head of the boys track and field program at Harrison High School, Zanot recently led his team to capture their League Championship for the 8th year in a row – and the 10th in the last 12 years.

Dominic Zanot: As head of the boys track and field program at Harrison High School, Zanot recently led his team to capture their League Championship for the 8th year in a row – and the 10th in the last 12 years.


Odrine Belot:  Belot   was an All-American triple jumper while at UConn. She currently competes professionally for the Garden State Track Club and is the jumps coach at NYU.

Odrine Belot: Belot was an All-American triple jumper while at UConn. She currently competes professionally for the Garden State Track Club and is the jumps coach at NYU.

Robin Reynolds:  Reynolds was a part of the University of Florida's national champion 4x100 and 4x400 teams in 2015. She was also a 16x All-American for the gators and currently competes on the professional track and field curcuit.

Robin Reynolds: Reynolds was a part of the University of Florida's national champion 4x100 and 4x400 teams in 2015. She was also a 16x All-American for the gators and currently competes on the professional track and field curcuit.


HIGH JUMP
Priscilla Frederick:  Frederick competed in the 2016 Olympics and earned silver at the 2015 Pan American Games for Antigua and Barbuda. She also was a 2x All-American while at St John's University.

Priscilla Frederick: Frederick competed in the 2016 Olympics and earned silver at the 2015 Pan American Games for Antigua and Barbuda. She also was a 2x All-American while at St John's University.


Lauren Biscardi:  For leading several high school athletes to New York state and national championship titles, Biscardi was named the 2016 NJCAA Assistant Coach of the Year.

Lauren Biscardi: For leading several high school athletes to New York state and national championship titles, Biscardi was named the 2016 NJCAA Assistant Coach of the Year.


POLE VAULT
Tim St. Lawrence:  Lawrence is director of the acclaimed Hudson Valley Flying Circus and has coached 10 athletes to jump over 16 feet, included a former New York state record holder.

Tim St. Lawrence: Lawrence is director of the acclaimed Hudson Valley Flying Circus and has coached 10 athletes to jump over 16 feet, included a former New York state record holder.


Stephanie Duffy:  Duffy was a Big East pole vault champion while at the University of South Florida and currently coaches at the Hudson Valley Flying Circus

Stephanie Duffy: Duffy was a Big East pole vault champion while at the University of South Florida and currently coaches at the Hudson Valley Flying Circus


MORE EVENT COACHES AND PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES WILL BE ADDED IN THE NEAR FUTURE



FAQs

Are there minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Yes, this camp is reserved for athletes in grades 9-12.

Will the camp be active practice sessions or just lecture?

The camp will be a mix of both. All attendees will learn about the events from the staff members, but will also go through a series of drills and practice sessions during the camp.

Can I participate in more than one event group?

Yes! New this year an athlete can register for one event group in the morning and another event group in the afternoon.

What should I bring?

Athletic wear, running shoes, spikes (no spikes will be allowed in the shoes), water bottle

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM THE ARMORY

The Armory is located at the corner of 168th Street, off Broadway. It is accessible off the West Side Highway or the FDR. The Armory is also in close proximity to public transportation. Below is a listing of the different ways available to access the Armory.

Subway
We are located one block west of the 168th Street stop off the A, C and 1 trains.

Bus
The M4 stops directly in front of our building on Fort Washington Avenue.
M100, Bx7, M5 and M3 have stops one block west of the Armory on Broadway & 168th Street

Car Service / Taxi
Taxis can often be hailed off the street. In front of Milstein Hospital and near bus stops are easy places to catch them. If you are unable to locate a cab, there are also a number of car services available.
High Class Limo & Car Service
(212) 926-1111
First Class Car and Limo
(212) 304-1111
UBER
Via phone application (iPhone & Android)

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact: Aaron Robison

arobison@armorytrack.com or 212-923-1803 x7028

What's the refund policy?

30 days prior to the event.

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