This year promises to be a tremendous clinic that summarizes Alan Launder and John Gormely's book "From beginner to Bubka and Isenbayeva too". Saugatuck High School coming off it's third State Championship season in four years (and a runner up) will be the site of the memorial clinic honoring Alan Launder.
July 25 and 26, 2016
Saugatuck Track and Field presents "From Beginner to Bubka and Isenbyeva"
pole vault clinic inspired by Alan Launder and his description of the
Petrov/Bubka technical model.
Feature coach this year is: Coach Phil Eichbauer from Beaverton and Alma College, Phil has successfully coached two state champions and the D-4 State meet record holder using the Petrov/Bubka technical model. Phil has attended and assisted both Alan Launder and Bubka team mate Roman Botcharnikov at Slippery Rock.
Special guest and Camp Counselors: Curtis Bell and Erin Droulliard. Curtis is the Division 4 State record holder, three time national qualifier from Aquinas College and an NAIA All American finishing 2nd at outdoor Nationals with a jump of 16' 6 3/4”. Curtis attended the inaugural Saugatuck Clinic and brings first hand knowledge of his work with Alan Launder. Curtis will share with campers keys to his improvements that lead to an exceptionally successful season.
Erin Droulliard, Aquinas College record holder 12' 7 1/4”, Four time Nationals Qualifier and USTGCCCA Great Lakes Field athlete of the year brings campers her experiences on her amazing season and will demonstrate to campers how she accomplished this. Erin also attended the first Alan Launder Clinic here and will expound on how she exploits elements of the Petrov/Bubka Technical model.
This Clinic is directed by George Sipes, Assistant Track Coach at three time State Champion, Saugatuck High School, George has coached an individual State Champion in the pole vault and multiple all state athletes during his six years. Coach Sipes started working with Alan Launder in 2011 and remained in close communication with Alan until Alan's death in 2014.
Registration will be available at Michiana Timing very shortly.
More information : https://www.facebook.com/Saugatuck-Pole ... 7/?fref=nf
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