The Iron Wood Thrower Development Camp offers 'world-class'
instruction in the four throwing events of Track and Field: Discus,
Hammer, Javelin, and Shot Put.
IRON WOOD CAMPUS & LOCATION
Campus information

Located in the resort town of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, North Idaho College is located on a beautiful lake just 30 miles from Spokane, Washington.  Click here for the MAP OF NIC CAMPUS . Check in is at . For additional information on North Idaho College, visit their site at WWW.NIC.EDU.

Directions

North Idaho College
1000 W. Garden Ave.
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83814


Facilities
Campers will be bussed to Lake City High School just 3 miles away from North Idaho College.
Discus: Lake City High School East Field
Hammer: TBA
Javelin: Lake City High School Stadium
Shot Put: Lake City High School West Field


All other activities will be at North Idaho College including meals, rest, non throwing activities, lake activities, check in, orientation and all classroom sessions.
Living Accomodations
All resident campers will be housed at the North Idaho College dormitories and provided with three buffet-style, all-you-can-eat meals a day. Males and females will be housed under the constant supervision of designated staff members, especially during recreational and evening hours.

Please note:

Each camper is responsible for providing their own bedding, towels, and toiletries.

Campers will be responsible for their own meals prior to dinner on the first day of camp (July 10th), and after breakfast on the last day of camp (July 15th).

Any room keys not turned in at the end of camp will result in an immediate $100 fine assigned to the person responsible for that particular key.

Any building key not turned in at the end of camp will result in an immediate $25 fine assigned to the person responsible for that particular key.

TESTIMONIALS
--Ramona Pagel, American record shot putter at 66’ 2.5” Olympic qualifier in ’84, ’88, ’92 and ’96
"Iron Wood Throwing Camp is one of the few track and field camps in the nation that is dedicated to just throwing. The atmosphere at the camp for young throwers is electric and highly motivating. After working the camp, I get calls and emails for months from athletes and coaches alike that are still psyched up about their experience that they had at the camp. For me, the opportunity to talk to the legends of our events is exciting and something that I can bring back to my athletes to help keep them motivated. See you at Iron Wood!!"
 
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