Summer Clinic Registration Deadline (First Call)
The clinic is less than 2 months away and while it may seem far off, from a planning and organization standpoint, it’s right around the corner.
Every year, people wait until the last minute. Then we sell out or close down and the panic sets in. Last year, half of our registrations came in the last 3 weeks of open registration.
To pull off the beast that this clinic is, we need to close down registrations at least a month early.
We are officially in our late season Registration Deadline taper. Here is how it will work:
⇒At the end of the day on Friday, June 6, the cost to register for all event groups (that haven’t sold out yet) will go up to $299. If you don’t want to pay that, register now and get it out of the way.
This price increase is essentially ‘Final Call’ for clinic registration and there will be one week remaining in the open registration period.
⇒ At the end of the day on Friday, June 13, registration will close down entirely.
REMEMBER: Event groups that fill our predetermined ‘cap’ will shut down when that number is reached. For example, there are only 28 spots left in the Sprints Group.
So, that group will never make it either the price increase or the registration deadline.
Avoid the total chaos and pandemonium of kids freaking out by registering for the clinic now.
Coaches, remember, if 3 athletes from your team register, you can come for free. Get on your kids to sign up before their seasons send.
If those links do not sufficiently answer your questions/s, simply post them below and I will answer them.
As a high school athlete I would have benefited greatly from an opportunity to get the quality of instruction we deliver at this clinic. And if I weren’t running the event, I’d for sure be there as a coach.
I’d go just to watch Boo, quite frankly.
Don’t wait. Register now.
About Latif ThomasUSATF Level II and USTFCCCA Event Specialist (Sprints, Hurdles & Relays) Certified High School Track and Field coach specializing in the sprint events. But I know a thing or two about the jumps and hurdles as well.
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