A paratriathlon training camp open exclusively to veterans.Registration Closed
About this camp
Injured Military Camp is a paratriathlon training camp exclusively for veterans and active military personnel. Camp concludes with Leon’s Triathlon, a race that pays special tribute to active and retired military.
This program is open to any service member or veteran with a physical disability, visual impairment, traumatic brain injury, or PTS.
- Instruction and clinics in swimming, cycling, running/wheelchair pushing and triathlon transition.
- Education in Paratriathlon 101: An educational session about paratriathlon opportunities, from grassroots to the Paralympic pipeline.
- Access to adaptive equipment, wetsuits, handlers/guides.
- High-level training from certified coaches and mentor athletes.
- Single occupancy lodging and ground transportation covered. Limited travel stipends are offered to any qualifying injured military or veteran.
- Dare2tri tech T-shirt and tri top.
- Entry into Leon’s Triathlon on Sunday, June 5, 2022.
The camp is hosted in Northwest Indiana, a short drive from Chicago. Camp activities are split between Munster and Hammond, Indiana. Lodging is located in Hammond.
Dare2tri provides ground transportation from Chicago’s Midway Airport to the camp hotel and back. Individuals must arrive at MDW between 1 and 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 2 and depart after 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 5.
To ensure the health and safety of our community, all participating athletes and volunteers (ages 18 and up) are required to show proof of vaccination to attend Dare2tri camps. Masks are preferred in indoor spaces, although the majority of camp is held outdoors. Policy is subject to change. Dare2tri will continue to monitor best practices and guidelines as suggested by the CDC.
- $25 per participant (includes three nights of hotel accommodations)
- Individuals with a demonstrated financial need may apply for a scholarship and/or travel stipend. Applicants must apply BEFORE registering for camp.
This program is funded in part by a grant from the US Department of Veteran Affairs. The opinions, findings and conclusions stated herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the US Department of Veterans Affairs.