Summer Camp Registration Deadline is This Friday!

Posted by Latif Thomas

If you’re still debating whether or not to come to the clinic this summer, search #ctfclinic on Twitter to see what past attendees said during and after the event.

So, every year we get a flood of last minute registrations and countless sad stories from coaches, parents, and athletes who waited too long and get locked out.

If you want to take advantage of the $50.00 ‘Early Bird’ discount and NOT have to pay full price, you MUST register by the end of the day this Friday, May 27.

⇒ Register now for the 2016 CTF Summer Clinic (click on the event groups in the menu for their individual pages.)

Coaches: Remember, if you send three athletes from your program, you can come for free.

If you coach high school track and field in New England and you’re not coming to the clinic, well, I guess you got everything locked down so congratulations to you on that.


For everyone else, you can come learn some stuff from some really good coaches.

Register now. Save money. Get better at track and field, whether coaching or competing.


See you this summer!


Latif Thomas

CTF Clinic Co-Director

Twitter: @latif_thomas

Latif Thomas - Latif Thomas owns and operates Complete Track and Field and serves as the Co-Director of the Complete Track and Field Clinic at Harvard University, the largest track and field clinic in the United States. A popular speaker and presenter at some of the largest coaching clinics across the country, Latif has true passion for the sport and it definitely shows. Over the past 19 years, he has coached more combined League, Division, All-State, and New England Champions in sprints, hurdles, and jumps than he can count. Follow @latif_thomas on Twitter.

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