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IM Camp Schedule from the Easter Weekend

Below is the IM Camp schedule from last weekend. More details to come...


FRIDAY, April 10th:

7:30am: Camp Sign-in. Smith & Company Coffee House - WINNIPEG St. (off Westminster Ave) Penticton. Please come prepared to ride. We will leave directly after the ride briefing, once groups have been confirmed etc.

7:50am: Introduction to Leaders, bike routes for the day and weekend's activities.

8:20am -1:00pm: Cycling - Leaving from Smith & Co. - Rides vary from 40k to 100k (+)

2:00pm: Meet at Smith & Company - Run - 30 to 60min - An out-&-back route with group leaders. You can choose your own turnaround point.

4:30-5:30pm: Yoga. Shioki Triathlete Program. Trade and Convention Centre.

6:30 - 9:00pm: Welcome Night - Buffet @ SS. Sicamous (The boat at the west end of Lakeshore Drive) Guest Speaker - Dr. David Cox.

SATURDAY, April 11th:

8:30am: Cycling - Meet at Smith & Company - Ride briefing - Groups Assemble - Routes to be announced. All ride groups accompanied by support vehicles. 40 - 120k (Plus?)

4:00 - 5:30pm: Swim session at Penticton Community Center Pool. Mostly freestyle, aerobic paced swimming. 2000-3000meters, 6 lanes.

5:30 - 7:00pm: Swim session planned for faster swimmers - 3000-4000meters. 6 Lanes.
* Swim workout options (earlier/later) will be determined on Friday.
Free Night.

SUNDAY, April 12th:

8:30am: Run - Meet at Smith & Company. Routes and distances will vary according to the athletes' desires. This will be an out and back run on the scenic KVR (or challenging mountain trail run option). Up to 2.5 hours.

12:00: Cycling - Meet at Smith & Company. - Recovery spin or pile on the miles. Routes to be determined 20-100km.

4:30-5:30pm: Yoga. Shioki Triathlete Program. Trade and Convention Centre.

7:00pm: Pub Night & Camp Wrap-up - Kettle Valley Pub (Near Ramada) HWY 97.


Stuart said…
now that's a busy weekend...awesome!

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