Entering 3rd-8th Grades | Maximum Enrollment: 30
Two week session: Weeks 2 + 3 (June 12-23)
9am - 4pm M-F | Early Care: 7-9am | Late Care: 4-6pm
Triathlon Champ Camp emphasizes goal-setting, self-respect and personal best along with healthy lifestyles and competition. Campers will be divided into age groups to work on challenges and drills.
Tracy Anderson will return as our director.
- Daily running, morning swimming workout and afternoon free swim.
- Daily endurance training.
- Bike safety and conditioning. Each camper must bring their own bike, helmet and safety gear.
- Camp Undernight June 21, from 4-8 p.m. Campers will go on a 10 mile bike ride; five miles out, a rest and then 5 miles back.
- J Camp Mini-Triathlon Friday morning, June 23
Triathlon Champ Camp Pre-requisites: Prior to Camp, campers must be able to
- Ride and steer a two-wheeled bicycle
- Know how to swim and able to swim the length of the pool
During the J Camp Mini-Triathlon
- Campers under the age of 10 will run 1 mile, swim 100 meters and bike 1.75 miles
- Campers age 10 and over will run 2 miles, swim 200 meters, and bike 2.25 miles.
Triathlon Camps can participate in The J’s Youth Triathlon for FREE with a $10 USA Triathlon (USAT) membership fee.
Cost per Two-Week Camp:
Full Time: $830 | $550 with Member Discount
Early & Late Care: $12 each per day | $6 each per day with Member Discount
Permission to leave Camp Independently
J Campers who are entering 5th grade or older may get parental permission to leave J Camp independently when dismissed between 3:45 – 4:00 p.m. Parents may sign the parental permission form in the CampDoc Authorizations section. When parents give permission, once dismissed after Camp, independent campers 5th grade and older will not be supervised and parents must arrange a time and place to pick them up. The Independent youth must be able to be trusted and agree to be in approved areas of the Jewish Community Campus. Approved areas include the Main Lobby, and if they are J member, they must show their J membership card to go to open areas of the pool, gym or racquetball courts. Independent youth must behave themselves, and act appropriately. The J reserves the right to remove the option of a youth continuing to leave independently if they are not able to follow the rules.