Multisport Training Camp

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2023 New England Multisport Camp

The 2nd Annual New England Multisport Training Camp, presented by Tri It Your Way Coaching, is an opportunity for athletes to spend a weekend training, learning, connecting and having fun with other multisport athletes. Come start your season off strong for 2023!

Register HERE

If you have read through the information below and still have questions, please email Coach Anne at

The 2nd Annual New England Multisport Training Camp, presented by Tri It Your Way Coaching, is an opportunity for athletes to spend a weekend training, learning, connecting and having fun with other multisport athletes.

Camp is open to long and short course multisport athletes - there will be options for shorter and longer training sessions to fit your training needs. For the best experience, it is recommended that you do 2 out of the 3 (swim/bike/run), but you do not need to participate in all 3 sports. We will have alternative options for the runs and swims.

Over the weekend we will have guided and coached swim, bike and run sessions, along with workshops, including myofascial release and a nutrition workshop. Accupuncture or cupping sessions will be offered to all campers staying in the house.

Campers will enjoy a full weekend of training, but there will be time for rest and relaxation in the cozy farmhouse, socializing, group meals and enjoying the farmhouse game room.

Long and short course options will be available for bike rides and runs. At a minimum, it is required that you are able to ride 15 miles (or 1 hour on the trainer) to participate in the short course ride, and 40 miles or 3 hours on the trainer in order to participate in the long course ride.

Runs will be more flexible with distance with options for walk/run, but it is recommended you are able to run or walk/run a minimum of 30 minutes. Water in Maine may be chilly in May, so if you are planning to participate in the swim, please plan to bring appropriate gear including a long sleeve wetsuit and any thermal camp/booties/gloves you may need, depending on whether you are acclimated to the colder water temperatures. There will be alternative options for the runs and swims if you choose not to participate.

More information on the agenda will be provided as we get closer to the camp weekend. If you have any concerns or questions about the activities and your ability to participate, please email Coach Anne at and we will make our best efforts to make sure you are accommodated!

The New England Multisport Camp is open to adults (over 18) of all genders. Our camp does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

$500 deposit required at the time of registration. Balance remaining is due by 03/12/2023. Balance can be paid via check, Venmo or credit card (add 3.5% processing fee for credit card)

Camp Includes:
Overnight accommodations in beautiful Farmhouse at Pineland Farms, Maine (**except for day campers/commuters)
All meals and snacks from Friday afternoon, 5/26 - Monday lunch, 5/29
Accupuncture/cupping session (**except for day campers/commuters)
Workshops including: myofascial release, nutrition, bike skills clinic, tire changing/basic bike maintenance, and transition clinic
A full weekend of swim, bike, run training focused on helping you get the best out of your training and racing
Access to a staff of coaches and leaders who will be there to guide you through workouts, answer questions, share knowledge and make sure no one is left behind
SWAG bag filled with goodies from camp sponsors and partners
RAFFLE with special giveaways from camp sponsors and partners

Camp does NOT include:
Transportation to and from the camp venue (Pineland Farms). A facebook page will be set up to facilitate carpooling.
Transportation to and from open water location (carpooling will be available)
Any gear or equipment needed to participate in the training sessions (full list of necessary gear will be sent out prior to camp)

**Day campers will be able to participate in all activities and receive all perks and benefits of the camp weekend excluding overnight accommodations and accupuncture/cupping sessions.

Tentative Camp Schedule (subject to change)
Friday, 5/26/23

3-5 pm: Open arrival window and checkin
4 pm: Optional group trail run or hike
6-7 pm : Dinner, welcome and weekend overview
7: Bike Maintenance and Tire Changing Clinic
7:45: Social/Down time

Saturday, 5/27/23
Breakfast available starting at 5 am
6 am: Long Course athletes depart on bike ride
7 am: Short course athletes depart on bike ride
9:30: Optional 20-30 minute run off the bike
10-12: Snack/refueling, free time, Acupuncture/cupping sessions
12-1: Lunch/free time
1-3: Free time, Acupuncture & cupping sessions
3-4:  Yoga and myofascial release with Annie Cannon of Revive Acupuncture & Wellness
4-5:30: Workshop: Nutrition for Endurance athletes & Recipe making experience with R.D. Briana Bruinooge
6-8: Dinner, social time

Sunday, 5/28/23
Breakfast available at 5:30 am
6:30: Depart for Morning swim (Free time/optional morning hike for non-swimmers)
9:30-10:30: Free time/Acupuncture/Cupping sessions
10:30-12: Run Session: Perfecting form and efficiency on tired legs. Free time or stability drills for non-runners
12-1: Lunch, free time
1-2: Free time, Acupuncture/Cupping Sessions
2-3: Hills on the bike
3-6: Free time, Acupuncture/cupping sessions
6 pm: Dinner, social time

Monday, 5/29/23
Breakfast available starting at 6:30 am
8:30-10: Bike Skills & Transition Clinic
10-10:30: Snacks/Free Time
10:30-11:30: Myofascial release #2 with Annie Cannon
11:30-12: Pack up, camp closing, Q&A
12: leftover/on the go lunch and depart

Weather Policy:
If weather is unsafe and we are unable to do certain activities, schedule will be rearranged, and/or camp will be modified with alternative activities. No refunds will be provided for changes to the camp schedule due to weather.

**COVID Precautions**
The safety of our campers and those you will be going home to are of the top priority. Due to the nature of the camp with shared indoor living and sleeping spaces, we have policies in place to continue ensuring a safe environment for campers. To that end, please read the following policies carefully before registering.
**It is highly recommended that you are up to date on all vaccinations and boosters, and that you exercise extra precautions in the weeks leading up to camp.**

1) Campers will be required to complete a symptoms checklist Friday morning, 5/26 before arriving to camp.
2) Campers may be required to submit a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of arrival if they live in, or have traveled to, a county where the COVID rate is "HIGH" according to the CDC, if they have any COVID symptoms, AND/OR if they have been exposed to a person who has tested positive for COVID. All Campers will be required to verify this information the week of camp before arrival.

There will be no exception to these policies.

There will be no refunds (outside of the refund policy below) if campers are unable to follow all requirements.

Refund Policy:
Cancel prior to 02/01/23 - full refund less a $100 processing fee
Cancel prior to 03/15/23 - 50% refund less a $100 processing fee
Cancel prior to 03/31/23 - 25% refund less a $100 processing fee
There will be no refunds for cancellations on or after 04/01/23

Because of the investment of time and money into planning the camp and securing lodging, guest speakers, etc we are unable to provide any exceptions to this policy, including illness or injury.

No refunds will be provided for changes to the camp schedule due to weather.

We reserve the right to cancel the camp if we deem it unsafe to hold camp for any reason, or if there are not enough participants to hold the camp. If camp is cancelled by the host for any reason, a full refund will be provided to each camper, less the RunSignUp service fees.

"The greatest gift of all ...

... was being a part of Anne’s winning, positive attitude. It was a given, with Anne, that I could and would achieve my goals. I have incorporated her game plan in all of my running adventures. Anne’s can-do philosophy and obvious enthusiasm are contagious. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced athlete, Anne will meet your needs in an encouraging and friendly manner.

- Marcia O'Brien

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