“What has impressed me most over the time I have worked with Houshang is his continual commitment to building and developing young Canadian talent within the sport of cycling.”
- Svein Tuft
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Pacific Cycling Centre Announces U17 Talent Identification Training Camp

 

(Victoria, BC – March 16, 2012) The Pacific Cycling Centre, Victoria, BC will be holding a U17 Talent & Identification Training Camp from May 12-13.  The Camp will focus on developing skills, endurance and core fitness.

The camp - led by Olympic coach Houshang Amiri and Olympic athlete Erinne Willock - will lead cyclists through all of the techniques and skills they need to reach their goals. They will work on biking skill and techniques including set up, pedaling efficiency, riding economy and nutrition-hydration before, during and post training and racing.  Training targets will be identified as goals are built and core stability/endurance, flexibility and balance will be worked upon.

The camp requires a minimum of 10 athletes and maximum of 20. Deadline to apply is April 30 - there is a 10% discount if you apply before April 15. For more information go to http://www.pacificcyclingcentre.ca/camps/default.html.

Pacific Cycling Centre is committed to developing the sport of cycling, building champions and your very best. During the past 12 years PCC has proved its ability to produce and develop World Champions. PCC is a leading training centre that produces long term results. Pacific Cycling Centre would like to thank Action Motorcycles for their support during these camps.

 


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