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Only $100 for four (4) days of swims, rides, runs, clinics and fun with your fellow triathletes.
Thursday - March 10th
- 1pm till evening: check in and get sorted.
- TBD depending on everyones arrival: Shake out ride, hike, or pool swim
Friday - March 11th
- 7:30am - 8:30am: Breakfast
- 9am - 10am: Pool video analysis or just shake out swim (TBA)
- 11:30am: Drive to Lake San Antonio run course. 60-90min run on the Wildflower run course.
- 2:30pm: Lunch
- 3:30pm - 4:30pm: Set up bikes (Lake house). Bike Q and A: maintenance/fast tire change/bike fit
- 4:30pm - 6pm: Walk down to water for swim or pool film analysis at resort pool (TBA). Swim Q and A (BRING WETSUITs)
- 7pm - 8pm: Dinner
- 8pm - 9pm: Lecture - Time to put all the “mythes and misconceptions to rest” talk. 🙂
Saturday - March 12th
- 7:30am - 8:30am: Breakfast
- 9am - 11:30am: Group bike ride
- Link to ride here: https://www.strava.com/activities/139674952#3173000832
- 12pm - 1pm: Lunch
- 1:30pm: Depart for Lake for swim
- 2pm: Swim - ins and outs/drafting/open water “hacks”
- 5:30pm - 7pm: Early supper and discussion: How to prep for race tomorrow. Nutrition, course recon, swim/bike/run, soft tissue work, RELAX!
- 10pm: Lights out
Sunday - March 12th
- 6:50am - 7:30am: Breakfast
- 8am: Drive to Lake San Antonio
- 9:30am: Race Wildflower SPRINT/OLY distance race course (route updates TBA)
- 12:15pm - 1:30pm: Lunch
- 1:30pm: Clean up/pack
- 2pm: Camp ends
There are two options for lodging.
- Camping at Lake San Antonio. Campers will be in charge of their own accommodations.
- RSVP to stay at a home right on the Lake Nacimiento (Almost full)
Camping Address: 2610 San Antonio Rd, Bradley, CA 93426
Lake San Antonio is open for overnight camping. North Shore sites are available on a first come first served basis. At South Shore, reservations are required for campsites in Harris Creek, Loop A; Lynch, Loop A; and Redonda Vista, Loop A. All other campsites at South Shore are first come first served. Please use self pay envelopes when entry gate is not staffed for first come first served campsites.
Lake House Address: 8772 Deer Trail Ct.
Note: we will meet for discussions, pool swims (TBA), bike maintenance, etc. at the lake house.
Contact Jason Smith to RSVP for the lake house.
Athletes should be prepared with plenty of clothing for multiple workouts daily, plus:
- Watch or H/R monitor/Garmin- mandatory!
- Swim gear, goggles, wetsuit, caps, 2 towels
- Bike gear, helmet, glasses, bike shoes, 2 water bottles
- Tire repair items (extra tube, tire irons, CO2s)
- Running gear, hat, shoes, etc
- Tri gear (tri shoes( bike), racing suit, racing flats,)
- Sunscreen, chapstick, bug repellant
- Medications you may need – inhalers, any meds you might need
- Personal items- shower stuff
- Sleeping bag and pillow (just in case)
- Money for incidentals
About Your Coach: Jason Smith
A native of Indiana and graduate of Indiana University, Jason Smith took his degree in Exercise Science and Business to Santa Barbara, California in 2010. His athletic accomplishments started at a young age as Jason was inspired for a life full of competition by his father, Kip Smith, Indiana University's Head Sports Medicine Director and a Hall of Fame Athletic Trainer. Jason never turns down an opportunity to compete. During college he played football, ran the 800 meter in track and field, and ran cross-country as well as competed on IU’s Cutters Little 500 cycling team. He was All-Conference in the 800 meter run while on also receiving Rookie of the Year honors on the cycling team. In 2002 he continued his endeavors as an elite cyclist competing professionally in 2009, earning top ranks in the USA as an adventure racer, All- American honors in triathlon for the 2009, 2010, and 2011 seasons, and competing as a professional triathlete. He is dedicated to his own professional career as a triathlete as well as the health and wellness of all those he trains and coaches young and/or “experienced”. Jason is a cancer survivor and uses his wealth of experience to inspire athletes and non-athletes to reach their full potential in life.