2012 Personnel and Guest Speakers
Director: Dr. Mike Collins, Coach - Lewis-Clark State College
Coach Collins received his BS degree from Boise State University, his MS in Exercise Physiology from University of Utah and his Ph.D. in sport science from University of Idaho. Among the accomplishments he has been associated with while the coach at Lewis-Clark State include 13 Consecutive years of LCSC Women's XC ranked in the top 25 of the nation Eleven consecutive trips to nationals for Women's cross country team, Ten consecutive years for men's team ranked in the top 25, Ten consecutive years team has been represented at nationals, seven in a row for full team. Frontier conference men's coach of the year ('07, '08, '09, '10. '11), women's coach of the year ('07, '08, '09). Over 80 all-Americans since 1999. In 2011 his men's team finished 4th in the nation and the women the 11th. The were awarded the honor of being the 4th best combined program in the nation. He has also coached marathon national champion in 2005, NAIA runner of the week (xc) in 2010. USATF Level II Coach, professor of Exercise and Sport Science. USA Triathlon National Qualifier ('97, '98, '99, '00, '01), Ironman Triathlon finisher (2005, 2009). President, NAIA Cross Country Coaches Association.
Coach Steve Scott - Cal State San Marcos - World Class Athlete and American Record Holder
Coach Scott is known as one of the greatest milers in history, Steve Scott won the U.S. menís 1,500m title six times and the U.S. Indoor mile crown four times. He is perhaps best known for having run 136 sub-4-minute miles in his career, more than any other athlete in the world. Track & Field News ranked Scott #1 in the U.S. on 10 occasions, and 11 times during his career he was ranked in the top ten in the world by T&FN. The NCAA 1,500m champion as a senior at the University of California-Irvine in 1978, Scott went on to win the 1980 Olympic Trials, but he did not compete at the Olympics in Moscow due to the U.S. boycott of the Games. Scott competed in the 1984 and 1988 Olympics finishing 10th and fifth, respectively. The silver medalist in the 1,500 meters at the inaugural IAAF World Outdoor Championships at Helsinki in 1983, Scott owned the U.S. Outdoor mile record of 3:47.69 (1982) now owned by Alan Webb and U.S. Indoor records in the mile (3:51.8-1981) and 2000 meters (4:58.6-1981). Scott currently is the head track and cross country coach at Cal State San Marcos where this past season his womenís cross country team won the national title for the 3rd year in a row and his men finished 2nd.
Coach Nicole Stewart - Head Coach - Pendleton HS, Oregon
Coach Stewart was a two time all-American at Central Oregon Community College in cross country helped her teams place 2nd and 1st at nationals. She also place 5th in the 1500 and 4th in the 800 at the national meet. She went on to run at Montana State University where she was part of a national championship qualifying team that went on to place 14th and as a part of that team was inducted into the MSU Hall of Fame. As a high school coach she was named Ford Coach of the year in 2008 and has had numerous runners qualify and do well at the state meets and the Footlocker championships.
Professor Bill Hayne, Lewis-Clark State College
Bill Hayne, an Assiniboine/Sioux from Fort Peck, Montana, was born and raised on the Nez Perce and Shoshone/Bannock Reservations in Idaho. He attended schools in southern Idaho and graduated from Blackfoot High School. Following high school Bill pursued a blend of athletic and academic experiences in college, which earned him All American Honors in baseball and a BS degree in psychology from Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. He received his Master's degree in Health from Central Washington University where his focus was on Wellness and Resiliency in American Indians. Professor Hayne is also a member of the Footbag (Hackysack) Hall of Fame. He is an inspirational speaker and will be providing a motivational talk to the campers.
Curt Kinghorn - Owner - Runners Soul, Spokane, WA
Having been in the sporting goods industry since 1973, Curt Kinghorn stepped up as Spokaneís running retailer in 1986 when he bought The Human Race from Bloomsday founder Don Kardong. Opening Runners Soul in 1999, Curt offers a highly credible and respectable knowledge to Spokaneís running community. Volunteering at many local races and events, Curt shows his excitement for the sport and all its participants, encouraging everyone. While expecting personality and passion from his employees, he offers a great deal of himself to them and his customers.
Shawn Lawler - Head Cross Country & Distance Track Coach - Timberlake HS, ID
6x District XC Team Champions
2005 State XC Team Runner-up
2009, 2010 State XC Team Champions
State Champions Track (2004, 2006, 2007)
Coach of a 6x Individual State Champion
John Doherty - Head Cross Country Coach - Capital High School, Idaho
Cathy Compton - Head Coach - Coeur D'Alene HS, ID
Tracy Collins, ATC - Head Athletic Trainer - Lewis-Clark State College
Current record holder in the 100, 200, 4x100, 4x200 (Lewiston, HS). Sprinter at Boise State University.
2012 CLEARWATER RIVER
Brief outline of camp
Camp will spend its first evening and part of next day on the campus of LCSC. Included in this time will be the annual VO2max demonstration and a strength training session in the weight room.
The next three days of the camp will take place at the on the Selway River at the Johnson Bar Group Campsite, approximately 100 miles East of Lewiston, Idaho and 110 Miles West of Missoula, Montana.
The camp will have daily training sessions for runners of all abilities as well as group dynamic activities, educational sessions, games, swimming, beach and other competitions.
Although the camp is to assist in the development of young runners, we will be emphasizing fun and team building in most, if not all of our activities.
All campers will receive a camp shirt and water bottle, and other various items.
Camp participants must be 8th-12th graders in the upcoming school year. High school graduates are not eligible. Camp is limited to 80 campers.
Camp Highlights (more to come)...
Major Sponsors include:
NECESSARY CAMP FORMS AND INFO
COST OF ATTENDANCE
Camp is limited to 80 campers, so to insure your spot, get your registration in early
Make Checks Payable to:
LCSC Cross Country Camp
c/o Coach Mike Collins
500 8th AVE
Lewiston, ID 83501
Online registration available at ACTIVE.COM
100% minus a $50.00 processing fee will be refunded if cancelled by May 1
50% will be refunded if cancelled by June 1. After June 1 there will be no refunds.
ACTS OF GOD & UNFORESEEN EVENTS DISCLAIMER
Every effort will be made to conduct the camp in the positive and exemplary manner as advertised. However, it is possible that events that are currently unforeseen could change the daily itinerary, locations, etc... These events "could" include but are not limited to forest fires, campground closures, etc...
Lewis-Clark State College's Head Athletic Trainer will be available throughout the camp and will be attending during the camp session on the Selway River. All campers must fill out the health history questionnaire in order to help us be aware of any health issues that may need to be dealt with.
Insurance information must also be provided. All campers that carry an Epi pen for allergies, including bee allergies MUST have their pen with them at all times.
CHECK IN AND CHECK OUT
Campers can begin checking in on TUESDAY July 24th between 5:00 and 6:00 pm. Camp will officially start at 6:30pm. Camp officially ends on Saturday July 28 at 4:00pm. For those checking in earlier and/or getting picked up later, be prepared to entertain yourself. The student union will be open during that time with the game room available, along with seating to read or other.
Arrangements can be made to pick you up at the Lewiston Regional Airport. Please make these arrangements ahead of time.
Current major sponsor for 2012 is Lewis & Clark Orthopaedic Institute.
If you or your business would also like to be a sponsor of this camp, please contact the camp director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-792-2308 (office), 208-791-6483 (cell).