Learn from Olympic Champions, Elite Coaches, and Industry Experts at our One Of A Kind Empowerment Camp for Girls!

In partnership with Olympic Gold Medalist Natasha Hasting’s Tea Time With Tasha Empowerment Program, we are going on tour! First Stop was South Africa!  Upcoming U.S. dates include: Westchester, New York – September 21-22, Dubai – October 20, and Austin,TX – November 30-December 1. Registration will be released soon!

With TrackGirlz and Tea Time with Tasha both launching their camp programs in 2017, they decided to come together to create an even greater impact. Offering track and field clinic instruction and empowerment sessions, our camps connect teen girls with high-level female sport specific role models. Girls are able to directly interact with Olympians and World Champions to hear their advice and experiences while also learning from industry experts on education, nutrition, recovery, and positive mindset development.  Hastings’ Tea Time with Tasha program aims to inspire teenage girls to maintain a standard of excellence, while Freeman’s TrackGirlz program gives access to industry leaders that encourage girls to develop high-level performance on and off the track.  Together, they equip teen girls with specific tools on how to achieve their goals.

 

Two-Part Experience:

Part 1

Track & Field Inspired Clinic – A fun, interactive experience to learn movements that build speed and power for any sport.

Part 2

Tea Time with Tasha & TrackGirlz Empowerment Sessions – Q&A Panel featuring special guests and sessions to inspire teenage girls to maintain a standard of excellence while remaining classy young women on and off the track. “Girl Talk” topics include, body image, beauty secrets, relationships and social impact while sipping tea, eating desserts, and teaching etiquette. Conversations are guided using the Tea Time with Tasha and TrackGirlz  empowerment curriculum.

Where?

  1. Johannesburg, South Africa, March 3, 2018 – St. Benedict’s Catholic School
  2. Cape Town, South Africa, March 10, 2018 – Western Cape Sports School
  3. 2018 US Camp Dates TBD

Who?

Girls, Ages 12-18 – Limited to 150 spots each camp

Sample Schedule of Events:

  • 9:00-10:00am: Check-In/Refreshments
  • 10:00am: Welcome/Icebreaker Session
  • 10:15am: Speed & Power Clinic
  • Noon-1:00pm: Lunch
  • 1:00-4:00pm: Empowerment Workshops
  • 4:00pm Wrap Up/Adjourn

Cost

$100 Early Registration

$125 After Early Registration Date

Pricing includes meals, swag bag, workshops and training. Transportation and Lodging is not included.

One coach is allowed to attend the camp for free per athlete/per school. There is a $10 fee for each additional coach that attends the camp from the same school due on-site.

A $25 Multi-Person Discount applies starting with the third, then every additional attendee for coaches or parents who register 3 or more athletes at the same time. If you need to pay using a PO, please send an email to Mechelle Freeman at mechelle@trackgirlz.com to process payment.

 

Cancellation policy: Due to prepaid expenses incurred by the camp, there are no refunds within 30 days prior to the camp’s start date. Between 30 and 60 days prior to the camp’s start date a 50% refund will be given in the case of cancellation. More than 60 days prior to the camp’s start date, there is no penalty for cancellation.

 

Interested in Sponsorships or have any questions, contact: Mechelle Freeman with any questions. Mechelle@trackgirlz.com

Special Guests, Industry Experts and Elite Coaches will be updated as secured:

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Natasha Hastings, Olympic Gold Medalist

UA Athlete and U.S. Sprinter, Natasha has been dominating 400m sprints since her college days at the University of South Carolina, where she won national titles in indoor and outdoor seasons in 2007. She’s been a staple on the US National 4×400 relay team ever since, helping the team win six international medals, including two Olympic Gold Medals in 2008 and 2016. Not only is she known for her talent, she has coined herself as the “400m Diva” to reflect her love for her sport, beauty, and fashion.  In addition to being asked for fitness tips by her fans, she is paraded with requests to know the different color lipsticks she wears to her competitions.

Mechelle Lewis Freeman - CEO

Mechelle Lewis Freeman, Olympian/TrackGirlz Founder

Founded in 2015 by Track and Field Olympian Mechelle Lewis Freeman, TrackGirlz was born after she realized how underutilized and unrecognized phenomenal world class track and field women and girls were considered.  A Maryland native, she has a background in marketing and advertising, earning her bachelor and master degrees in Communications from the University of South Carolina, and experience working with global brands and agencies.  Mechelle saw an opportunity to create a brand to provide a consistent voice to help create and maintain relevance for track girls beyond the Olympic Games so she created a track and field aspirational brand offering athleisure apparel and fitness events, authentic lifestyle choices for track girls.