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.
All campers will check in on July 10 from Noon - 4pm at the North Idaho College campus. You do not need to be there exactly at noon you can come at 3pm as it will only take 1 hour.
Camp ends at noon on July 15 but keep in mind you can leave the morning of the 15th if needed as that morning session is optional.  Reminder:  We will not provide accommodation or transportation prior to July 10th or after July 15th!!!!
Transportation from the Spokane International Airport or Greyhound terminal can be arranged through the camp office for a round-trip fee of $40. If you need transportation to and from the airport make sure and email us your itinerary at or we will not pick you up.  The shuttle will run from 9am to 2pm on July 10th and 4am to 2pm on July 15th. We will have representatives at baggage claim on the 10th with signs to pick you up and put you on the shuttle. Make sure if you are using the shuttle service that you pay the $40 fee online and that you send the camp email, your itinerary so we know we have to pick you up. All campers who drive to the camp on their own will be required to turn in their car keys for the duration of the camp. All local campers are responsible for their own transportation to and from the camp. IF THE AIRLINE REQUIRES A FLIGHT CHAPERONE FOR A CHILD UNDER THEIR AGE LIMITATION IRON WOOD IS NOT RESPONSIBLE TO PROVIDE A CHAPERONE. Please contact your airline to find out their requirements.

Click here to pay the Transportation Fee

*We will not provide transportation to and from any airport or bus station other than Spokane International Airport or Greyhound Terminal located in Spokane.

--David Dumble, throws coach at Arizona State University
"The Iron Wood Throws Camp is a unique experience when it comes to throwing camps. It is a great experience for all levels and ages of throwers. The campers are subjected to immense amounts of knowledge and experience in all areas of the throws. Campers are immersed not only into the technical and training side of throwing, but they also learn the culture and attitude of successful throwers. It is a rare opportunity to ask questions of and to learn from past Olympians and top level coaches, like those at Iron Wood. In my twenty years of being a thrower and coach, I even learned some new drills and ideas when I attended the camp. I look forward to being there again."
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