The Utah Athletic Foundation’s Bobsled and Skeleton program is launching a series of evaluation clinics designed to introduce athletes to the sports of bobsled and skeleton. The fitness evaluation consists of a nine-item test, which includes interval running (up to 60 meters), a shot put toss, vertical leap and a power clean/ back squat (lifting). The clinics will be held at Utah Olympic Park’s summer state-of-the-art push track where basic push skills will be taught. All sessions are free of charge. Pre-registration is required. The camp is open to both males and females, ages 14-24. For information, visit http://www.olyparks.com or call 658-4252.
Park City Recreation presents the 30th annual soccer camp under the direction of guest coach Randy Farris from St. Mary’s College in San Francisco, Calif. The camp allows kids to learn skills and drills through games and competition. A portion of camp proceeds will benefit KidsAlive International, a non-profit that provides a safe and loving environment for kids at risk around the world. The camp is designed youth ages 7-13 and all abilities. There will be two sessions of the camp offered — one running July 7 through July 11 and another July 14 through the 18. Half-day sessions are $85. Full day sessions are $160.
Youth hoops camp
Park City head girls basketball coach Matt Mapstone is holding the Park City Basic Fundamentals Basketball Camp June 23-27 and June 30- July 4. The camp is open to girls and boys and will teach basic skills. The cost is $120 for a week of camp. The camp will be held at the Park City High School gym from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, call Mapstone at 640-3733.
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