Wheaton North Track Clinic coming December 4th

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The 2016 version of the Wheaton North track clinic will take place on Sunday, December 4th.

This year, we will host learn-by-doing sessions in the hurdles, the shot put, and the discus.

The sessions are open to high school athletes and to coaches at any level. Our clinic staff will put the high school kids through a series of drills designed to build sound fundamentals in their event. Coaches will be welcome to observe the teaching of those drills, to ask questions, and to film any segment of the clinic that they’d like. The athletes will walk away with a thorough understanding of the technical aspects of their event and with a set of drills which, if performed regularly, will help them to develop solid technique.

Here are the deets about the clinic:



Date:  Sunday December 4 from 12:00 – 3:00 PM

at Wheaton North  701 W. Thomas, Wheaton, IL  (Enter Door 7).

Cost:  $40/person

Open to:  All high school athletes (male & female) and coaches who want experienced instruction in either the Hurdles or Throws.  Arrive in flats and workout clothes

REGISTRATION:    or  http://bit.do/WNTrackClinic


Hurdles                                                                                                                Throws

Don Helberg (Wheaton North 33 years)                                     Dan McQuaid (Wheaton North 24 years)

10 state medalists including 4 state champions                         10 state medalists including 2 state champions

Steve Wiesbrook (Naperville Central 34 years)                          Roger Einbecker (Waubonsie Valley 12 years)

8 state medalists                                                                              20 state medalists

Shawn Schleizer (All-American Shot Putter U of I)

Coached state champ Shot Put 2004

Your Clinic Instruction will include:

  • Warm Up and Drills
  • Coaching Points-Cues for coaches and athletes
  • Video analysis of the athlete

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