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Cross Country Mindset Training Camp

Any and all runners grades 9–12

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When: August 2–6, 2021

Time of Day: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Where: Holy Names University
3500 Mountain Boulevard, Oakland CA 94619

Fee: $5 for the week, includes camp t-shirt!
Athletes will need to bring their own lunches.

Register by: July 22, 2021
Please register here:

Please make a payment here.

Download this waiver, complete, and return it to
or bring it to the first day of camp.

Get ready for the Fall season with top local cross-country coaches and learn mental skills techniques!

Hosted by Holy Names University, high school varsity coaches and Sport and Performance Psychology graduate students. This week-long camp at Holy Names University for high school students entering grades 9-12 will offer cross country instruction, races, and mental skills training from High School Varsity cross-country coaches and graduate Sport and Performance Psychology students. Intended for intermediate and advanced level runners.

Learn how to:

  • Improve your running focus
  • Perform under pressure
  • Build and sustain confidence
  • Use imagery to visualize success

Please register here:

Please download this waiver, complete, and return it to or bring it to the first day of camp.

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