Overnight Camp

Princeton University Sports Camps - Baker Rink (Check-In Location)

Sunday, August 2, 2015 - Thursday, August 6, 2015
Baker Rink (Check-In Location) Baker Rink PrincetonNJ  08540
Sunday, August 2, 2015 - Thursday, August 6, 2015
Baker Rink (Check-In Location) Baker Rink PrincetonNJ  08540

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What's Included

Come prepared for a one week intensive training program. Our highly renowned staff coupled with Princeton's outstanding running facilities will provide both the beginner and experienced competitors with an excellent opportunity to develop both their conditioning and their running skills. Special attention will be given to individual development in order to ensure maximum athletic progress. Everyone from fun run joggers to Olympic caliber racers can benefit from the teaching and coaching of our renowned staff. Our five-day program will serve as an excellent preseason conditioner and motivational/instructional running clinic. In addition, our camp emphasizes team dynamics and stresses the philosophy that cross country is a "team sport". Several national high school champions have attended camp in recent years. Come learn from and run with the best.

About This Organizer

Since the early 1990's Princeton University's Office of Conference & Event Services, in conjunction with the Department of Athletics, has been offering sport-specific camps for young athletes. Today, Princeton University hosts about 70 camps and clinics annually, with athletes from around the world in attendance.


All camps are held on the beautiful and historic Princeton University campus. Overnight campers reside in one of the University dormitories and take meals in the dining facilities. Each camp is directed by the Princeton University Varsity Coaches, with assistance from college coaches and players from around the country.

Organizer Info

  • Princeton University Sports Camps

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Baker Rink (Check-In Location) Baker Rink PrincetonNJ  08540
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