March Break Training Camp

Registration for March Break 2019 is now open!  Download the information package, or see below.

The Etrack March Break training camp is a fantastic, partially club-funded, team building effort mixed with maximum fun.  It’s also a great way to get a leg up on all of our competitors with a serious week of warm weather training (and the beaches really help too)!  Download the information package or browse the information and previous camp pictures below.  Contact Julius for more information – (416) 258-2888 or

REGISTRATION FOR MARCH BREAK 2019 IS OPEN!! Information and details are below, please contact your coach for the required registration forms.

March 8 – 17, 2019

Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama

The complete trip cost of $875 is to be covered not later than March 3, 2019. A Deposit of $275 (or full cost) must be made by February 14, 2019.

6:00am Friday, March 8, 2019 from Etobicoke Centennial Stadium, main parking lot, 156 Centennial Park Rd, Toronto, ON M9C 5N3.  Returning to the same location Sunday, March 17, 2019.

By Highway Coach

March 8, 2019 at the Ramada of Bowling Green, Kentucky.  Phone: 1 (270) 781-3000.
March 9 – 16, 2019 at the Summer House Condos, Orange Beach, Alabama.
March 17, 2019 at the Ramada of Bowling Green, Kentucy.
We have five suites booked in Alabama. Each suite can accomodate 8-10 people and contains 2 four-piece bathrooms, TV and a complete kitchen including stove, refrigerator and dishwasher. Each unit also contains a washer and dryer. Besides an outdoor pool there is a heated indoor pool, hot tub, sauna-steam room, fitness rooms and a grilling area.

Damage Deposit
A cheque in the amount of $50.00 per athlete will be collected along with the trip payments. This amount will be returned within 30 days if the unit is left intact. Otherwise the appropriate amount will be deducted and the balance if any will be refunded. Damage deposit cheques should be separate from other payments, made out to Etobicoke Track Club and attached to the “parental permission letter”.

Meals will be the responsibility of each condo grouping. Supermarkets and other stores are close at hand and there will be group excursions for grocery shopping. There is a common fully stocked (cutlery, plates, cups, utensils pots and pans) kitchen and dining area in each suite.

Clean Up
All athletes must clean up after their use in the kitchen as well as keeping their rooms neat and clean. Training camp chaperones will monitor rooms on a daily basis and will enforce the rules. There is no daily linen or towel exchange however; each unit has a washer and dryer for the athletes use. It is expected each athlete will do at least one washing, at least, mid-week.

Required ID
A valid Passport is required for entry into the USA. If you are under the age of 16 please bring a copy of your birth certificate.

Permission Letter
A letter of permission from parents and/or legal guardians of all Athletes is a must. A sample letter is attached to the information package for your use. The athlete’s Insurance Policy should be annotated on this document which must be handed in as you board the bus on March 8, 2019. Also, any athletes who are not Canadian will require their Passport of Citizenship and a permanent resident card and a US Entry Visa (where applicable).

Medical Insurance
Athletes must have suitable coverage for out of country risks. All Insurance Companies and Policy Numbers must be provided prior to Departure. C.A.A. or any of the big banks provide this type of coverage.

Is to be obtained in U.S. dollars. Most stores etc. accept the major credit cards and cash may be drawn against your credit card or debit card at local banks. Please note and we can’t stress this enough, they will not change Canadian Currency and neither will the coaches or chaperones. Check with your bank to ensure that your debit card will work while is the U.S.

Group Activities
Will be organized to meet the recreational desires of the majority following discussions with the athletes. Final decisions will be binding on all athletes.

Free Time
May be spent by athletes on the “approved free time” recreation of their choice provided it does not contravene camp rules and is carried out in groups of 3 or more persons. Athletes must, at all times, advise the supervisors of their
whereabouts, and no athlete may, at any time, leave the group unaccompanied or without permission.

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