DatesFriday July 14, 2023
TimesCheck-In: 8:00 am
Camp: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
LocationLockwood High School
1932 US Highway 87E
Lockwood, MT 59101
Entry FeesEvent: $150 per participant
(Includes camp and up to 5 events.)
DeadlinesOnline Registration Deadline: July 7
Guaranteed T-Shirt Deadline: July 1
View Sport Information Register Here
T-Shirt Pickup:T-shirts can be picked up during check in at the event location.
Additional Related EventsTrack & Field Events
World Record Track & Field Camp
Triple Jump, Long Jump, High Jump, Javelin, Pole Vault, Sprints & Hurdles
World Record Camps are designed by proven winners for dedicated young athletes. Ultimately, the goal is to unlock each person’s full potential and improve their performance so they can compete at the highest level and have fun doing it! Training recommended for young athletes 12-18 years old at all ability levels.
|Entry Fee:||$150 Includes Camp on Friday and up to 5 Big Sky State Games Track & Field registrations for Saturday and Sunday.|
|Track Camp Ages:||12 to 18 (Recommended)|
|*Coaches encouraged to come:||If 3 or more of your athletes attend, recieve a Big Sky State Games T-shirt. Coaches Register Here|
Long Jump & Triple Jump
Willie Banks, Long Jump and Triple Jump: World Record Triple Jump Holder (1985-1995), Olympian (1980,1984,1988), Silver Medalist World Championships. Banks was inducted into the USA Track and Field Hall of Fame in 1999. Banks now coaches young athletes all over the world in the triple jump event.
Gregg Simmons, Sprints: A very successful and well known speed and performance coach for elite, professional, collegiate, and young athletes for the past 30+ years.
Daniel Roberts, Hurdles: 2020 Olympian, Division I collegiate All-American, 2019 USATF Outdoor Champion, 2019 NCAA 2nd in 60 meter hurdles, first team All-American. Roberts participated in track at the University of Kentucky and his 110m hurdle time ranks him as one of the top two collegian in the United States of all time.
Erin Shean, High Jump: 2000 Olympian, four-time World Championship Finalist, Pan American Bronze Medalist. Shean also participated on the US Women's National Volleyball team and is a 7-time All-American competing in both sports for the Texas Longhorns.
Duncan Atwood, Javelin: 1980, 1984 Olympian, two-time winner of the Pan American Games 1979, 1987, World Cup Finalist and a one-time World Championship Finalist. He was a clinician at the Ironwood Throws Camp and currently is the assistant coach for Pacific Lutheran University.
Scott Huffman, Pole Vault: 1996 Olympian, two-time World Championship Finalist, three-time US National Champion. He competed at the University of Kansas. Huffman held the American pole vault record of 19’ 7” from 1994-2006. He is often most known for his vaulting technique, called the “Huffman Roll”.
Tripp Piperi, Shot Put: A promising Olympian prospect, two-time NCAA Champion and World Champion Finalist. He is a University of Texas alumni and now competes professionally for team USA.