Registration open for 2014 Athlete Development Camp

April 09, 2014, 12:09 p.m. (ET)

USA Taekwondo is proud to announce the 2014 Athlete Development Camp being held at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center June 10–15, 2014. The annual Athlete Development Camps are a great opportunity for taekwondo athletes and coaches throughout the country to experience the elite-level coaching, facilities and nutrition provided to U.S. National Team Members.

Athletes attending this camp must meet the following qualifications:
-Be an active member of USA Taekwondo in good standing
-Hold a black belt certification or Kukkiwon
-Must be between 12–25 years of age on June 10, 2014

Coaches attending this camp must meet the following qualifications:
-Must be the current coach of an athlete participating in this camp
-Must hold at least an Associate Coach Certification through USA Taekwondo

Registration fees for all participants are $650, which includes a bed in a shared room, meals in the Olympic Training Center dining hall, training, nutrition classes and strength and conditioning sessions. Airfare is not included. All attendees must arrive on June 10, 2014, before 10 p.m. MDT, and must depart on June 15, 2014, after 2 p.m. MDT. To register, please click here.

Space is limited, and registration is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is available online through the USA Taekwondo Hang-A-Star system. We encourage anyone who aspires to compete on the National Team to take advantage of this unique opportunity to experience the world-class coaching and facilities at the Olympic Training Center. This is a great way to get ready for Nationals!

Questions? Contact stacy.andrews@usa-taekwondo.us

LEVEL 2 COACHING SEMINAR
USA Taekwondo will be hosting a Level 2 Coaching seminar June 10-11 during the Development camp in Colorado Springs. Interested coaches can sign up through the USA Taekwondo Hang-A-Star system. The cost for the Level 2 Seminar will be $450. Coaches can register to attend the Level 2 seminar and the Development Camp.

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