COVID-19 UPDATE

We hope your family is staying well as we all navigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our families, our community, and our world.

As a result, the following spring and summer programs will be impacted:

- Fitness Testing Camp scheduled for May 15-17 has been postponed;
- June and July camps have been postponed.

We will be re-evaluating camps and reaching out to individual camp participants regarding alternative plans as the situation evolves.

We have place holders for each camp and have our accommodations plans worked out if there is a relaxation in social distancing and a safe way to bring athletes together. But, we are currently in a holding pattern until we have more guidance on safely holding the camps. Once we have an ability to proceed we will open up registration and adjust an early bird rate.

If you require an immediate refund, please contact irina.komarova@cxcskiing.org if you have any questions or concerns about your registration.

Thank you for your patience. Stay safe, stay healthy, we are in this together!

- CXC Skiing

IGOR LEGACY CAMPS / U12 & U14 (ages 10-13)




This summer begins the 7th season of the Igor Legacy Camps. The focus goals of the 2020 Igor Legacy Camps are to promote growth and development of youth-age cross country skiers and to provide exposure to the fundamental building blocks required for successful cross-country skiing, as well as summer training with teammates, and meeting new Nordic friends.

Camp activities include an introduction to ski specific dry-land training, roller skiing, and cross training activities; such as agility and obstacle courses, pole hiking and bounding, and outdoor games.

* The age groups are guidelines, and have room for flexibility, depending on each participant's experience and fitness level.

Igor Badamshin was instrumental in developing senior and junior performance programs for CXC from 2008-2014; Igor helped many athletes and coaches gain experience and skills in the sport of cross country skiing; his love for skiing, coaching, youth development has left a legacy of success. The intention of each camp is to inspire and excite youth, in Igor Badamshin's honor because his positive and playful approach to coaching has touched and inspired skiers of all ages.

IGOR SUMMER DRYLAND KICK-OFF CAMP

June 12-14, 2020 / University of Wisconsin Superior (Superior, WI)


IGOR MID-SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP

Location & Dates: TBD

IGOR SUMMER FINALE CAMP

August 7-9, 2020 / Gogebic Community College, Ironwood (MI)



Cost:
Depending on location, the cost to attend an Igor Legacy Camp varies between $135 and $165 per person (participant, parent, and/or coach); includes a 3% online processing fee, surcharge for state and local sales taxes, facility and lodging fee, six meals, coaching, camp T-shirt, and Nordic swag. Participants are welcome to register for more than one camp.

Coaches:
The main coach contact for Igor Legacy Camps is Joe Haggenmiller, CXC Sport Development Director; additional U.S. Ski & Snowboard Level 100 & 200 coaches as well as Nordic guests, including coaches, sport trainers, equipment representatives, and advisors from across the Central Region will also be present.

Volunteer Parents and Coaches:
- Volunteer parent "Coaches" will be capped at six (6) parents per camp, and parents must purchase a U.S. Ski & Snowboard Volunteer membership, which includes required background screening and safe sport training.

- Attending Club or Team Coaches must be certified U.S. Ski & Snowboard Level 100 or 200, and be limited to six (6) Club coaches per club.

Igor Legacy Camp Coaches (Including "Parent Coaches", who are every bit as important to our camps' success as our certified US Ski & Snowboard Professional Coaches):

Safe Sport, Background Checks and the US Ski and Snowboard Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Program is something we as a group have to be aware of. As a partner of our NGB (US Ski and Snowboard), we have to comply with federal government safe sport guidelines. Athlete safety is important to CXC and an issue in the forefront nationally following the revelations of the Nasser abuse with minor gymnasts.

To participate in our camps as a coach (or volunteer parent coach), we need to have each of you background screened, Safe Sport trained and familiar with the US Ski and Snowboard Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Program. These steps are each handled by US Ski and Snowboard through their membership process. You will have 2 options in this regard - a volunteer membership or a coaching membership. Which membership is appropriate for each of you is your choice. To sign up for a membership and start your training, please follow this link: https://my.ussa.org/membership/start

The US Ski and Snowboard training and background check will take some time, so please start on this as soon as practical. Once you have completed your training, please let Joe know and he will confirm your certification with the US Ski and Snowboard. Thank you for your understanding of this important need.

Interested parents and coaches should submit a letter of interest and short biography to Joe Haggenmiller, joe.h@cxcskiing.org.

Camp fees for parents and coaches are the same fee as for athletes ($155-$165 per camp); U.S. Ski & Snowboard Level 100 & 200 coaches will be compensated with a coaching stipend. Parents and coaches will be assigned camp roles and responsibilities upon selection. If you are NOT selected to attend as a parent or coach, your credit card will be reimbursed for camp fees paid.

What:
Three different Igor Legacy Igor Nordic ski camps, for youth U12 (ages 10-11) and U14 (ages 12-13) interested in the sport of cross country skiing. The age groups are guidelines and have room for flexibility.

Focus:
Each camp will include similar focus points: athletic movements for balance, agility, strength, mobility, and power. Camp activities will include dryland training, roller skiing, pole trekking, hiking, soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, and much, much more. Activities may vary slightly at each camp due to the terrain and features at each venue. A detailed camp schedule and equipment list will be emailed to registered athletes two weeks prior to each camp start date.

Food:
Each camp will include six meals and snacks: two breakfasts, two lunches, and two suppers, and evening treats. Meals will be served indoors.

Lodging:
Varies by location from Tent/Car Camping to Dorm Rooms. If a room buddy is needed, CXC will help with arrangements.

Camp Swag:
All athletes will receive CXC swag, an Igor Legacy Camp T-shirt, and other skiing goodies.

Cancellation Policy:
(Effective 24 hours after registration): if you register before May 1st (during our early-bird pricing) you will be refunded except for a $75 administrative fee. If you sign up after May 1st, only 50% of your registration fee will be refunded. Unfortunately, if you cancel less than one week before your child starts camp, we will be unable to offer any refund and your registration fee will be counted as a tax-deductible donation.

* If you register before May 1st (during our early-bird pricing) and have a medical/injury reason that causes you to miss a camp, CXC will offer refund up to 1 week before camp with a doctors note.

Further Information:
For further information or details about the 2020 IGOR LEGACY CAMPS please feel free to contact Joe Haggenmiller joe.h@cxcskiing.org.

Required Forms: before you come to camp please complete and sign on-line

    1. Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
    2. Medical Release and Permission Form
    3. Photo Release

On-line Registration | Parent/Coach Registration | 2019 Camp Photos


PARA-NORDIC ADAPTIVE CAMPS / (ages 13-17)

2020 Para Nordic Camp


CXC and U.S. Paralympics - Nordic are pairing up to host a youth development camp for standing, visually impaired and sitting Nordic athletes. A development and training opportunity for youth adaptive athletes, including rollerskiing, dryland activities, and games.

Rollerskis, mountain board for sit skiing and poles will be available. Athletes will need to bring ski boots, helmets, gloves, and athletic wear. Participants will join the Junior Camp athletes for meals, some training/workouts, and evening presentations.

Central Cross Country Skiing (CXC) is a Gold Medal Paralympic Sport Club that works to make cross country skiing accessible to individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments. Paralympic Sport Clubs are community-based programs developed to involve youth and adults with Paralympic-eligible impairments in sports and physical activity, regardless of skill level.

NOTE: Limited space available 8 athletes / 3-5 Coaches; No experience is necessary, but we would really love to find some folks who we think might really take an interest in the sport.

***

DATES: June 16-18 and July 22-24, 2020

LOCATIONS: Superior (WI) / UW Superior Campus and Cable, WI / Telemark Condos

WHO: The camps are open to visually impaired, standing, and sitting athletes interested in pursuing winter ski sports.

COACHING STAFF: BethAnn Chamberlain, John Oman, Karen Manske, Bruce Manske and guest ParaNordic athletes and coaches

CAMP PRICE: No cost for housing, food, or coaching; athletes are responsible for their own transportation to camp(s).

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE & ATTENDANCE OPTIONS:

    Day 1
    12:00 - 1:00 PM / Check In
    3:00 PM / Nordic Walking, Bounding & Games
    7:00 PM / Evening Presentation - Paralympic Nordic Skiing and Biathlon

    Day 2
    AM Rollerski Skate Session - Technique and Training
    PM Games/Strength & Biathlon Introduction with Electronic Rifles
    7:00 PM Evening Presentation - Nordic Training

    Day 3
    AM Rollerski Session with Games
    PM Lunch
    1:00 PM / Checkout

    ***

    Attendance Options:
    - Full Camp
    - Select Days / Sessions


Required Forms: before you come to camp please complete and sign on-line

    1. Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
    2. Medical Release and Permission Form
    3. Photo Release

On-line Registration | Questions? Let us know.


CXC DREAM CAMP / U14 (ages 12-13)
by invitation

2020 Dream Camp


The top 12 U14 boys and top 12 U14 girls from the final CXC Youth Cup points lists (6 per gender from each division - Midwest and Great Lakes) will be invited to the CXC Dream Camp this summer where they will be training alongside various members of the CXC ski community.

The goal of the Dream Camp is to bring together top U14 boys and girls to train and receive feedback, educational materials, while offering a glimpse at the bigger picture of Nordic ski racing. These collaborative camps provide a motivating environment for the athletes to positively push and improve together.

DATES: August 8-12, 2020

LOCATION: Gogebic Community College in Ironwood, MI

* A detailed camp schedule and sign up for camp will follow once we are comfortable proceeding with plans for an in person training camp.

CAMP PRICE: the cost to attend a Dream Camp is $635 per person and includes coaching, limited local transportation, food and lodging, and a 3% online processing fee.

Camp payment in the amount of $615 can also be made by check and mailed to:

CXC Skiing
P.O. Box 930442
Verona, WI 53593

INFO:

    Qualification: Top 6 on the divisional CXC Youth Cup Final Scoring List, minimum participation in 2 races.

    Invited athletes from the final CXC Youth Cup points list will be contacted with an invitation in mid March.

    After April 1, if registration is not complete the spot is forfeited and CXC will invite the next athlete on the points list. If CXC goes to 12th place in either gender from either division, MW or GLD, without filling the spots, a petition process will be opened.
REQUIRED FORMS: before you come to camp please complete and sign on-line

    1. Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
    2. Medical Release and Permission Form
    3. Photo Release
    4. COVID-19 Agreement and Waiver

On-line Registration | 2019 Camp Photos | Questions? Let us know.


CXC FITNESS TESTING CAMP (ages 14-19)

2020 Fitness Camp


This camp focuses on fitness testing and individual technique work on the Roller Ski Treadmill in Madison, WI. The roller skiing sessions on the treadmill will provide opportunities for technique breakthroughs and provide athletes good technique cues to work on throughout their summer and fall training.

The VO2 Max testing component of the camp offers an opportunity for athletes to understand their current fitness level, develop a baseline for future analysis, update training zones and gain knowledge that will help better execute a quality summer training plan.

NOTE: This "camp" is not a great fit for beginner roller skiers. The roller ski treadmill can be an intimidating adjustment for seasoned rollerskiers, and is not the place to start your roller skiing career. It is recommended that those signing up for this camp have at least one dry-land season of experience roller skiing in both the Freestyle and Classic techniques.

***

DATES: May 15-17, 2020 / CXC Center of Excellence, Madison (WI)

FORMAT: sessions will run as one-on-one sessions in the lab, no organized group activities. Each athlete will be scheduled for 3 flexible 1 hour blocks. Plan on slots available on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, and it being best to stretch the slots over 2 days to make the sessions productive. The three ~1 hour sessions will proceed in the following order:

1. a VO Max Test
2. RS treadmill session (technique of choice)
3. RS treadmill session (other technique)

For optimal sessions, adequate recovery is needed. Athletes should not schedule more than 2 sessions back to back.

CAMP PRICE: the cost to attend the CXC May Fitness Testing Camp is $210. Fees include Center of Excellence use and coaching. Room and Board is not included. It has limited space to be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.

CANCELLATION POLICY (Effective 24 hours after registration): if you register before May 1st (during our early-bird pricing) you?ll be refunded except for a $75 administrative fee. If you sign up after May 1st, only 50% of your registration fee will be refunded. Unfortunately, if you cancel less than one week before your child starts camp, we will be unable to offer any refund and your registration fee will be counted as a tax-deductible donation.

* If you register before May 1st (during our early-bird pricing) and have a medical/injury reason that causes you to miss a camp, CXC will offer refund up to 1 week before camp with a doctors note.

REQUIRED FORMS: before you come to camp please complete and sign on-line

    1. Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
    2. Medical Release and Permission Form
    3. Photo Release
    4. COVID-19 Agreement and Waiver

On-line Registration | 2019 Camp Photos | Questions? Let us know.


U16-U18 THREE-DAY CAMPS (ages 14-17)

2020 Three-Day Camps


Now in its fifth summer the CXC U16-U18 Three-Day Camps are designed to specifically meet the needs of athletes ages 14-17 who are newer to dry-land training and roller skiing. The goals of each CXC Three-Day Camp is to further promote the growth and development of junior cross country ski racers and expose young athletes to the building blocks required for successful cross country ski racing.

These camps will occur during and "shadow" the first three days of each of the longer camps, but be dialed back as appropriate for each participant.

Camp activities will include outdoor games, dry-land activities, roller skiing, and cross training activities. The intention of each camp is to inspire and excite skiers to further pursue the next level of skiing following the experiences gained at the Igor Legacy Camps, and before joining the ranks of the CXC U16-U18-U20 Camps.

The CXC Three-Day Camps offer new roller skiers and summer skiing trainers a chance to integrate with other junior skiers at the CXC U16-U18-U20 Camps while obtaining specific coaching that tailors to their developing needs. This model allows the newer summer training athletes to set their sights on older athletes to envision and motivate their future skiing while training at a level appropriate to their needs.

Athletes are welcome to attend one, two or all three camps. Those who are looking to make the most of their summer training are encouraged to attend all three camps, and work with their individual team/club coach between each camp.

Note: The age groups are guidelines, and have room for flexibility, depending on an athlete's experience and fitness level. The camp schedule includes overlapping camp dates with the CXC U16-U18-U20 Camps and locations to accommodate families and teams with different age athletes.

DRYLAND KICK-OFF CAMP

June 14-16, 2020 / University of Wisconsin Superior (Superior, WI)


ADVENTURE & MIXED INTENSITY CAMP

July 19-21, 2020 / Telemark Condos in Wisconsin's Northwoods, Cable (WI)


MAX VO2 CAMP

August 1-3, 2020 / Gogebic Community College, Ironwood (MI)



Cost:
Depending on location, the cost to attend a CXC U16/18 Three-Day Camp varies between $310 and $330 per person (participant, parent, and/or coach); includes coaching, 3 meals/day where applicable, facility and lodging fees, and a T-shirt and/or camp swag. The fee also includes a 3% online processing fee and surcharge for state and local sales taxes. To attend all three camps the fee is $800.00 per athlete.

Camp Itinerary:
A detailed camp itinerary and gear/equipment list will be emailed to registered athletes two weeks before each camp date.

Coaches:
The main coach contact for U16 Camps is Joe Haggenmiller, CXC Sport Development Director; additional U.S. Ski & Snowboard Level 100 & 200 coaches will be present. Team and club coaches from the Central Division are encouraged to participate. Coaches stipends in addition to food and lodging during the camps are available for U.S. Ski & Snowboard Level 100 and Level 200 certified coaches.

Safe Sport, Background Checks and the US Ski and Snowboard Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Program is something we as a group have to be aware of. As a partner of our NGB (US Ski and Snowboard), we have to comply with federal government safe sport guidelines. Athlete safety is important to CXC and an issue in the forefront nationally following the revelations of the Nasser abuse with minor gymnasts.

To participate in our camps as a coach, we need to have each of you background screened, Safe Sport trained and familiar with the US Ski and Snowboard Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Program. These steps are each handled by US Ski and Snowboard through their membership process. You will have 2 options in this regard - a volunteer membership or a coaching membership. Which membership is appropriate for each of you is your choice. To sign up for a membership and start your training, please follow this link: https://my.ussa.org/membership/start

The US Ski and Snowboard training and background check will take some time, so please start on this as soon as practical. Once you have completed your training, please let Joe know and he will confirm your certification with the US Ski and Snowboard. Thank you for your understanding of this important need.

Please contact Joe Haggenmiller at joe.h@cxcskiing.org to arrange coaching opportunities.

Cancellation Policy:
(Effective 24 hours after registration): if you register before May 1st (during our early-bird pricing) you will be refunded except for a $75 administrative fee. If you sign up after May 1st, only 50% of your registration fee will be refunded. Unfortunately, if you cancel less than one week before your child starts camp, we will be unable to offer any refund and your registration fee will be counted as a tax-deductible donation.

* If you register before May 1st (during our early-bird pricing) and have a medical/injury reason that causes you to miss a camp, CXC will offer refund up to 1 week before camp with a doctors note.

Further Information:
For further information or details about the CXC U16 Camps, please feel free to contact Joe Haggenmiller joe.h@cxcskiing.org.

Required Forms: before you come to camp please complete and sign on-line

    1. Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
    2. Medical Release and Permission Form
    3. Photo Release

On-line Registration | 2019 Camp Photos | Questions? Let us know.


U16-U18-U20 CAMPS (ages 14-19)

2020 U16-U18-U20 Camps


These training camps are designed to bring the committed athletes from collaborating teams and clubs together to train and workout for extended periods during the summer. The focus at each camp is to supplement a year round training program while learning how to train hard, effective and efficiently. The camps are geared to increasing performance and preparing athletes to compete at the State, Regional, and National levels via technique analysis, strength, endurance and intensity based workouts that will allow athletes to tap into their full skiing potential.

Each camp features presentations on important topics by qualified coaches and guest speakers each evening along with social and group activities, workouts that explore unique outdoor areas, and other optional outdoor actives such as swimming, canoeing, biking and more.

Note: The age groups are guidelines, and have room for flexibility, depending on an athlete's experience and fitness level. All athletes ages 14 to 19 are welcome to attend these camps. U16 Athletes (ages 14-15) who are ready for 5 days of camp training are welcome to be a part of the full camp and have had great success in the past. For those who are new to year round training, the camp schedule includes overlapping camp dates with the CXC U16-U18 Tree-Day Camps and locations to accommodate families and teams with different age athletes.


DRYLAND KICK-OFF CAMP

June 14-19, 2020 / University of Wisconsin Superior (Superior, WI)


ADVENTURE & MIXED INTENSITY CAMP

July 19-24, 2020 / Telemark Condos in Wisconsin's Northwoods, Cable (WI)


MAX VO2 CAMP

August 1-7, 2020 / Gogebic Community College, Ironwood (MI)



Cost: * AFTER MAY 1: $770 (ONE CAMP) / $1420 (TWO CAMPS) / $2060 (THREE CAMPS)
If registering prior to May 1: the cost to attend one camp is $700 per athlete; any two camps is $1,285 per athlete. To attend all three camps is $1,790 per athlete. Fees include coaching, 3 meals/day where applicable, lodging fees, a T-shirt and/or camp swag. The fee also includes a 3% online processing fee and surcharge for state and local sales taxes.

Camp Itinerary:
A detailed camp itinerary and gear/equipment list will be emailed to registered athletes two weeks before each camp date.

Coaches:
The main coach contact for U16-U20 Camps is Joe Haggenmiller, CXC Sport Development Director; additional U.S. Ski & Snowboard Level 100 & 200 coaches will be present. Team and club coaches from the Central Division are encouraged to participate in the camps. Coaches stipends in addition to food and lodging during the camps are available for U.S. Ski & Snowboard Level 100 and Level 200 certified coaches.

Safe Sport, Background Checks and the US Ski and Snowboard Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Program is something we as a group have to be aware of. As a partner of our NGB (US Ski and Snowboard), we have to comply with federal government safe sport guidelines. Athlete safety is important to CXC and an issue in the forefront nationally following the revelations of the Nasser abuse with minor gymnasts.

To participate in our camps as a coach, we need to have each of you background screened, Safe Sport trained and familiar with the US Ski and Snowboard Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Program. These steps are each handled by US Ski and Snowboard through their membership process. You will have 2 options in this regard - a volunteer membership or a coaching membership. Which membership is appropriate for each of you is your choice. To sign up for a membership and start your training, please follow this link: https://my.ussa.org/membership/start

The US Ski and Snowboard training and background check will take some time, so please start on this as soon as practical. Once you have completed your training, please let Joe know and he will confirm your certification with the US Ski and Snowboard. Thank you for your understanding of this important need.

Please contact Joe Haggenmiller at joe.h@cxcskiing.org to arrange coaching opportunities.

Cancellation Policy:
(Effective 24 hours after registration): if you register before May 1st (during our early-bird pricing) you will be refunded except for a $75 administrative fee. If you sign up after May 1st, only 50% of your registration fee will be refunded. Unfortunately, if you cancel less than one week before your child starts camp, we will be unable to offer any refund and your registration fee will be counted as a tax-deductible donation.

* If you register before May 1st (during our early-bird pricing) and have a medical/injury reason that causes you to miss a camp, CXC will offer refund up to 1 week before camp with a doctors note.

Required Forms: before you come to camp please complete and sign on-line

    1. Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
    2. Medical Release and Permission Form
    3. Photo Release

On-line Registration | 2019 Camp Photos | Questions? Let us know.


CENTRAL REGIONAL ELITE GROUP CAMP
by invitation

2020 REG Camp


Central (CXC) Regional Elite Group Camp (REG) brings together the top juniors in our region to train and receive feedback, educational materials, and a glimpse at the bigger picture of Nordic ski racing. The NEG (National Elite Group) athletes are selected from the four REG camps around the country. Athletes selected to the NEG will be invited by U.S. Ski Team to participate in additional camps. Bryan Fish will be U.S. Ski Team coach attending this camp this year.

DATES: August 1-6

CAMP PRICE: $650 (coaching, limited local transportation, food and lodging included)

LOCATION: Gogebic Community College in Ironwood, MI

* A detailed camp schedule and sign up for camp will follow once we are comfortable proceeding with plans for an in person training camp.

INFO:

REQUIRED FORMS: before you come to camp please complete and sign on-line

    1. Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
    2. Medical Release and Permission Form
    3. Photo Release
    4. COVID-19 Agreement and Waiver

* Qualified athletes will be sent invitations to register for the camp.

On-line Registration | 2019 Camp Photos | Questions? Let us know.


WEST YELLOWSTONE: SKI CAMP & FESTIVAL

2020 West Yellowstone Camp


Junior athletes and coaches are invited to take part in the CXC Nordic On-Snow Ski Camp and Festival in West Yellowstone November 20-29 to kick-off the season. The focus of the camp will be early season transition to snow, building on technique and strength through the week.

DATES: Nov. 20-29, 2020 (10 days)

LOCATION: West Yellowstone, Montana

LIMIT: 16 athlete participants
(interested coaches or parent helpers - i.e. van drivers, please contact Coach Haggenmiller)

PRICE: * Click to View 2019 Yellowstone Trip Fee Details

- $990 (athletes/coaches) + 2.9% processing fee if paid online

Note: full payment or $250.00 down payment REQUIRED to reserve a spot (down payment is non-refundable).

REQUIRED FORMS: before you come to camp please complete and sign on-line

    1. Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
    2. Medical Release and Permission Form
    3. Photo Release

View 2019 Itinerary | 2020 On-line Registration | Questions? Let us know.


CXC MASTER SKIER CAMPS (age 30+)

2020 CXC Master Skier Camps


The camps focus on technique drills and workouts that tend to be unique and different from most skiers' normal routines.

All levels are welcome, from beginners to advanced.

A fair amount of each camp includes technique drills and skills that break down individual movements and skill progressions to help skiers understand what is required for personal improvement.

During camp, participants will work on agility, balance, dryland training, ski imitation, and skiing on snow or rollerskiing. The camp is also a great opportunity to learn about training, technique, racing, recovery and more. Video analysis is available at all Masters Camps.


DATES:

  • TBD / (Cable, WI) - Technique Camp


  • TBD / (Cable, WI) - Technique Camp


  • TBD / (Cable, WI) - On-Snow Technique Camp


  • TBD / (Cable, WI) - New Year's Training Camp


  • * These camps are free to CXC Masters Team (?) members; please RSVP to reserve your spot.

  • * Meals and lodging are not included in the $200 camp coaching fee. Attend full weekends or select days. The coaching fee is $150 if attending on individual days.

REQUIRED FORMS: before you come to camp please complete and sign on-line

    1. Waiver of Liability and Assumption of Risk Agreement
    2. Medical Release and Permission Form
    3. Photo Release

On-line Registration | Camp Photos | Questions? Let us know.