YETI: Youth Elite Training Initiative 2018

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YETI is back for the 2018 Off-Season!

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Ready to raise your game to the next level? Portland Ultimate’s Youth Elite Training Initative is for young players looking to hone and improve their skills in the 2018 off-season. Over 6 two-hours sessions, players will learn advanced strategies and technique, training with elite coaches — Camden Allison-Hall and Dylan Freechild.

Who: High School players and Middle School players who have played on a High School team before (league counts). This program is for players ready for advanced instruction, strategy and technique. We are capping registration at 30 players and expect registration to fill up. 10 spots are reserved for girls.

Where: Salvation Army Moore Street Field


When
: Wednesdays 6:00-8:00 PM, January 10th – January 31st. Then 7:30 – 9:30, Feb 7 and 14.

Cost: $60.00 for 6 two-hour training sessions.

What do I need to bring? Bring plenty of water, cleats, layers, a light and a dark.

Financial Aid
Please email youthdirector@portlandultimate.org for more information about scholarships and financial aid.

REGISTER HERE

Coaches

Camden Allison Hall
Camden Allison-Hall has been playing ultimate since 2008 where he first picked up the sport at the University of Oregon. Through his college career he played at four college championships and made two semifinal appearances. During his fourth and fifth years he gained national recognition for his dedication to the sport and on-field performance and was named to two consecutive Nexgen All-Star teams. Camden has played club with Portland Rhino for six years and competed at three USAU Club Nationals.

Camden is especially interested in the strength and conditioning aspect of sports which led to his certification as a strength and conditioning specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. It’s Camden’s hope to bring awareness of the importance of off-field training to a younger generation. It is often over-looked in the sport of ultimate but is an equal contributor to the creation of a great ultimate player. This training will not only bring on desired results in strength and speed but will also, and more importantly, prevent injury throughout an entire athletic career.

Dylan Freechild
Dylan has been playing ultimate since 2005. In his five years at University of Oregon he attended college nationals five times, appeared in the semifinals four times and took home a silver medal in his final season. Dylan played three years with the Nexgen All-Star tour and has played club ultimate for seven years, with Portland Rhino and Seattle Sockeye. In his time in the club scene Dylan has competed at five USAU Club Nationals.
Dylan has represented the United States at the World Flying Disc Federation World Games on three separate occasions. He has a Junior World Ultimate Championship, World Ultimate Championship, and International World Games Championship in the sport of Ultimate. Dylan has flown to both Japan and the Philippines to unofficially represent the United States on various teams. Dylan has coached everything from middle school ultimate to being a talent scout at the Junior Worlds west coast tryouts.
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