Whistler-based Uprise Performance Camps has joined forces with three-time Ironman World Champion and two-time 70.3 World Champion Craig “Crowie” Alexander to launch an Ironman Triathlon Camp, a five-day training camp for athletes and executives looking to elevate their performance and conquer the Ironman race. The camp takes place June 23 to 28 at the exclusive Four Seasons Resort Whistler
“We’re thrilled to partner with Ultimate Potential and the Four Seasons Resorts,” said Craig Alexander, who is leading the Ironman Triathlon Camp’s training program along with his Sansego team of high-level modality coaches, Frank Jacobsen and Armando Galarraga. “Their knowledge has been priceless to me over the years.”
Camp participants will train closely with Alexander along with other world-class athletes and trainers including Ironman World Champion, XTerra World Champion and Olympic Silver Medalist Michellie Jones, mobility expert Jessi Stensland as well as world-renowned athlete coach and Camp Director Paul Romero. Participants will also receive luxury five-star accommodation at the Clubhouse, the Four Seasons Resort’s private residence, where they will have the exclusive opportunity to network and socialize with some of Ironman’s top names.
“We’re offering the best of the best in every aspect of training,” said Romero. “No one has offered this calibre of training before. Every participating athlete is going to feel the warmth and benefits of a very personalized mentoring and coaching program.” Romero said.
Registration for the Ironman Triathlon Camp is limited to 20. For more information and to register visit www.upriseperformancecamps.com