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Royals Running Camp - Session II

July  11, 2016  - July  15, 2016  9:00 AM  - 3:00 PMQueens University of Charlotte Sports Complex 2229 Tyvola Road Charlotte, N.C. 28210

Registration Information

Full Day Camp: $240.00 per runner

  • Full Day: July 11-14: 8:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.; July 15 8:30 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Half Day Camp: $135.00 per runner

  • Half Day: July 11-15: 8:30 a.m.- 12 p.m.

(10% Late Fee will be added after June 1 for Session I and after July 1 for Session II)

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Contact Information

Coach Tsehaye Baney
Phone:
252-227-1849
Email:
baneyt@queens.edu

Event Details

Queens Boys & Girls Running Camp is designed to provide runners with the opportunity to become better and more efficient runners while having fun! We strive to help young runners reach their full potential by reinforcing the fundamentals of running. For runners learning correct form and pace is critical in the early stages of running. Participants should bring a bag lunch.

Grades: Boys and girls grades 5 through 12.

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