Ato’s first Trinity camp will get kids right on track

The recently formed Trinity Performance Track Club, founded by Cydonie Mothersill’s husband Ato Stephens, is holding a track camp for a week next month. It runs from 1-5 August, from 8am-12noon at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex and costs $75.

Budding athletes are introduced to field events like high jump, long jump and shot put. The running events taught will be 100 metres, 200m, 400m and middle-distance. The last day of camp is a friendly competition where each camper can choose the events he or she would like to focus on and medals will be awarded. The camp is open to ages 7-18 and of all levels of ability and experience.

Coach Stephens, who has competed for Trinidad and Tobago in the 400m, said: “Campers are grouped by current ability and level. We have campers of all levels and abilities from beginners to kids who have been competing for their school teams for years.

“We group them according to current ability and the camp will be fun and encouraging and we celebrate their improvements no matter what level they start from.”

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