at NORTH IDAHO COLLEGE
On the beautiful shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene.
Camp Director: Pat Whitcomb
Two-time NJCAA Coach of the Year
3 Weeks • 5 Olympians
($230 for commuters)
CAMP 1: JUNE 18-22
CAMP 2: JUNE 25-29
CAMP 3: JULY 5-8
North Idaho Wrestling Camp
c/o Pat Whitcomb
P.O. Box 2999
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816
Application Form for North Idaho Wrestling Camp 2011
WHICH WEEK? ❒ June 18-22 ❒ June 25-29 ❒ July 5-8 Check box if you are a commuter: ❒ Commuter
Name Age Weight
Address City State Zip
Name of School Emergency Phone No.
In case of injury or illness, necessary emergency treatment is authorized.
Insurance Company: Policy Number
I hereby waive and release North Idaho Wrestling Camp from any and all liability and injuries or illness incurred while in camp. I authorize the said camp to act
for me in any medical emergency, according to their best judgement.
Home Phone Parent/Guardian Signature
NOTE: Don’t wait until it’s too late. Only a limited number of wrestlers will be accepted. Enclosed is $165 for my deposit. (Check or money order is accepted).
The balance due ($165) will be paid upon my arrival at camp. Deposits are non-refundable. Make checks payable to North Idaho Wrestling Camp. Send applica-
tion and deposit to North Idaho Wrestling Camp, P.O. Box 2999, Coeur d’Alene, ID, 83816.
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CAMP PHILOsOPHY LOCATION PAT WHITCOMb, Camp Director
This is the largest wrestling camp in the Pacific We’re located on the beautiful shores of Lake Whitcomb is in his 14th year as NIC’s head
Northwest. We’ve continued to grow because of Coeur d’Alene, one of the top camp locations in coach and has led NIC to three national team
our reputation for providing quality instruction the United States. Swimming and going to the championships. He was named coach of the
and a fun atmosphere. Quality clinicians are beach between sessions makes for a great camp year in 1999 and 2001 and is one of the top
hired each year and this year’s staff includes five experience. The camp is located 35 miles east of young coaches in college wrestling. Whitcomb
olympians. The teaching sessions will include all Spokane, Washington, in Coeur d’Alene, one of the was a two-time NIC national champion
levels of collegiate-style wrestling with special nation’s outstanding vacation destinations. and was named outstanding wrestler of the
emphasis on takedowns. The camp concludes with NJCAA Tournament.
a takedown tournament on the last night that is
open to the public. CAMP sCHEDULE kEvIN JACksON, 1992 Olympic Champion
7:30-8:30 a.m. Breakfast 4-5 p.m. Free time & rec Jackson is a 1992 Olympic Gold Medalist and
CAMP 1: JUNE 18-22 (high school only) 9-11 a.m. Session I 5-6 p.m. Dinner a 1991 and 1995 world champion. He was a
11:30-1 p.m. Lunch 7-9 p.m. Session III three-time Pan American Games champion
CAMP 2: JUNE 25-29 (high school only) 2:30-2:30 p.m. Recreation
1 10:30 p.m. In rooms and a four-time NCAA All American while
This team camp has limited space. Three 2-4 p.m. Session II 11 p.m. Lights out wrestling for LSU and Iowa State. Kevin is
sessions of wrestling will be held each day. The
morning session is technique instruction, followed now the head Coach at Iowa State University.
by two duels in the afternoon and evening CHECk IN
sessions. A team champion will be determined
• North Idaho College Residence Hall located in
JUsTIN AbDOU, 2000 Canadian Olympic Team
following pool competition. Justin was a four-time NAIA National
the middle of NIC’s campus. Champion for Simon Fraser University
Each team will consist of approximately 15
weight classes. Extra team members will be placed • 1-4 p.m. June 18, June 25, or July 5. where he is head coach. He is a member of
on teams that are short on weight classes. In just • Transportation is provided to and from Spokane the Canadian World Team. He was 7th in the
one week, campers receive nearly half the live for campers coming by train or plane. 1994 World Championships and has won eight
match competition they’ll receive in a full high Canadian national titles.
school season. • First meal is at 5 p.m. after check in.
• First session is at 7:30 p.m. on the first night of HEINRICH bARNEs, Olympian
CAMP 3: JULY 5-8 (k - 8th and girls camp) camp. Barnes competed in the Beijing Olympics in
This camp includes one technique session 2008. Barnes was a two-time All-American at
• Campers should be picked up at the NIC
daily followed by two sessions of dual competition. North Idaho College and a national champion
Teams are chosen based on weight and age. Residence Hall at 11 a.m. on the last day of camp.
in 2007. Barnes also is a South African national
champion as well as Division 1 All-American
FACILITIEs ✁ Clip and save in 2009.
We’re very excited about the quality of rooms
and food service that are provided in NIC’s new WHAT TO bRING sHAUN WILLIAMs, Olympian
Residence Hall. Wrestling sessions take place in Sleeping bag, pillow, towels, toiletries, workout gear,
Williams, who is from Pretoria , South Africa,
NIC’s Christianson Gymnasium with more than and wrestling shoes. Casual play clothes, warm jacket,
swim suit, softball glove, spending money for snacks, competed in the Athens Olympics in 2004.
8,000 square feet of mats. Additional facilities Williams was a two-time All-American at
include a weight-lifting room, soccer fields, and notes, t-shirts, etc. Head gear is optional.
North Idaho College and a national cham-
tennis courts. The Residence Hall*, gym, and food MEDICAL INsURANCE pion in 1999. Williams also is a South African
services are all located close by. Each camper is responsible for their own insurance. national champion.
* Female campers must attend Camp 3. No one will be admitted to the camp without a signed
emergency release including an insurance policy
number (on application form).
CLARIssA CHUN, Olympian
COsT Chun was the 2008 World Champion and placed
Cost is $330 (commuter rate $230) each week ADDITIONAL INFORMATION fifth in the 2008 Bejing Olympics. She is a two-
for Camp 1 or 2, and $275 (commuter rate $175) Dates: June 18-22, June 225-29, July 5-8 time United States World Team member and
for Camp 3 which includes a t-shirt and room Location: North Idaho College, Coeur d’Alene, ID was a participant in the World Championships
and board. Coach’s rate is $150 with four or less in 2000 and 2008. Chun was a United States
wrestlers enrolled; $100 with at least five wrestlers Director: Pat Whitcomb, Office: (208) 769-7870
national champion in 2006 and 2009 and was
enrolled; or free with at least 10 wrestlers enrolled. Cell: (208) 755-1634
a U.S. Nationals runner-up in 1999, 2000, 2003,
The last meal is breakfast before check out on the Email: email@example.com
and 2004. She is currently ranked No. 1 for Team
last day. U.S.A. at 48 KG.