GVVA Cycling Athlete Identification and Development Camp
August 14 @ 9:30 AM - August 20 @ 6:00 PM$300
The mission of the GVVA Cycling Athlete Development Camps is to provide an environment of support to athletes who, at an early age, show signs of interest and commitment to their future success in cycling. The camp curriculum has been developed to maximize learning opportunities for all participants, as well as challenge each athlete to develop and implement new technical, tactical, physical and mental skills through the various seminars, training talks, and racing opportunities offered throughout the week.
Receiving daily instruction from some of Western Canada’s finest Cycling coaches, the camps provide the necessary framework to improve the athlete’s skillset, thus progressing their individual cycling development. Each athlete will receive an individual athlete report card following their participation in the camp assessing their cycling skills, tactical competency, and overall competition performance.
The camp is being offered by the Greater Victoria Velodrome Association (GVVA), supported by Cycling BC and the many youth clubs in Victoria and within British Columbia.
Kurt Innes – 2000, 2004 Olympic Coach; Head Coach, GVVA FastTrack Youth program
Lister Farrar – Head Coach, Triple Shot Cycling
Target Athlete Audience:
Athletes born in 1999-2004. (Eligible for U15, U17, or U19 competition in 2017).
The focus of the GVVA Cycling Athlete Development Camp will be on Track Cycling.
Age eligible athletes who are currently racing at the Provincial, and/or National level in Road, Track, CX, MTB or BMX are invited to apply. Athletes will be selected to participate based on previous racing results, RBC Training Ground and/or PODIUM SEARCH results, or club/PSO coach recommendations.
Athletes do not require track cycling experience, however a high level of fitness and some basic cycling racing competence is encouraged*. (*A coach reference confirming basic cycling competency is required for 1st year cycling athletes).
All athletes require a Cycling BC license to participate in the camp.