Pole Vault Atlanta Fall II Training Begins: October 24, 2015

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Pole Vault Atlanta Fall II Training Begins: October 24, 2015

Unread postby PV-ATL » Tue Oct 20, 2015 10:33 am

Pole Vault Atlanta Fall II Training Begins: October 24, 2015

Pole Vault Atlanta (PV-ATL) will begin our Fall II Training Sessions for pole vaulters of all levels. Our training sessions for
Fall II will begin: Saturday, Oct. 24 and Sunday Oct. 25, 10:00am, at Emory University's Track & Field Facility.

We continue to expand our training days and our times for Fall II, 2015. We will now go on both days of every weekend (Saturdays & Sundays) and also on Wednesday nights, 6:00pm - 7:30pm beginning Oct. 28.

We will offer two training groups for our Fall II Sessions on weekends to accomodate the large numbers of jumpers at this time of the year. This will ensure more "pit/runway" time for all interested jumpers. On Wednesday nights, training will be open to all jumpers, but Beginners must have attended two Weekend Sessions, since we are not staffed for Beginners on Wednesday evenings.

Fall always affords us some great weather. Now is the time to train, improve your technique, or learn this great event, even for the first time ( ...we specialize in beginners, so come on out and try...!). We train year-around, we have THREE pits and runways, and 230+ poles in our inventory. If you would like to get in some expert PV training for this Fall II, 2015, please see our website for our training schedule and more information: http://www.pvatl.com.

Coaches are always welcome to attend our training sessions (...and, it's free for Coaches, too...)!




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