Wingfoot Running Camp

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Atlanta Track Club's cross country camp returns this summer at a new location. Middle and high school runners are invited to Wingfoot Running Camp at University of Alabama in Huntsville. Nestled in the foothills of the southern Appalachian mountains, this week-long overnight camp is led by college, high school, and elite coaches with college runners serving as camp counselors. Guest appearances will be made by college/professional coaches and college/elite athletes. Educational sessions will cover proper running technique, speed, form and team building. Runners will also learn about a wide range of running-related topics including nutrition and footwear. Our camp is open to any and all entrants between the ages of 12 - 18.

Wingfoot Running Camp is solely operated by Atlanta Track Club, which is not affiliated with The Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama or The University of Alabama in Huntsville.


  • July 10 - 15, 2022


  • University of Alabama - Huntsville
  • Housing - Charger Village Addition - 601 John Wright Dr, Huntsville, AL 35805

Member / Non-Member

  • Through July 9 - $725 / $775

Camp Sessions

Training Sessions

Enjoy morning runs on the trails of Monte Sano State Park and along the Tennessee River on dirt roads and afternoon learn-by-doing sessions on the spacious campus of UAH. Campers will be grouped according to fitness level, and groups will be led by experienced runners. A solid week of training that is appropriate for early summer preparation for the fall cross country season can be expected.

Guest Speakers

A great lineup of featured speakers will appear at camp including but not limited to adidas footwear specialists talking about the latest advances in technology, Katelyn Tuohy, the most decorated high school cross country runner of all time and current NCAA leader in the 5000m, state championship winning high school coaches, and more!

Educational Sessions

Campers will have an opportunity to learn from experienced coaches and athletes from a variety of levels( (professional, collegiate, high school, and youth). By the end of the week, campers will have learned about a variety of topics, such as training, recovery, nutrition, race tactics, and more. Campers will have a chance to equip themselves with a knowledge base to be successful in our sport.

Recreational Sessions

Outside of daily free time, campers will have staff-led recreational opportunities. These sessions will be fun, allow campers to meet new people, engage with their peers, and develop long-lasting friendships.

Daily Schedule

6:45 AM

Wake up

7:00 AM


8:30 AM

Educational Session

9:30 AM


11:30 AM


12:30 PM

Free Time/Recreational Session

2:45 PM

Educational Session

4:00 PM


5:30 PM

Dinner/Free Time

7:00 PM

Recreational Session

10:00 PM

Lights Out

Additional Information

Final Camp Details

Be sure to read through all the final camp details, found here, so you are ready for the week. For questions email


Charger Village Addition
601 John Wright Dr
Huntsville, AL 35805

Camper Forms

All campers must complete and submit the following forms.

  • Physical Evaluation Form (completed and signed prior to 7/10/21) - Submit to by 7/4/22.
  • Camper Code of Conduct form - Complete and bring to camp check-in. Click here.
  • University Alabama Huntsville Waiver - Complete and bring to camp check-in. Click here.
  • Medicine Intake form - Complete and bring to camp check-in if applicable. Click here.

Refund Policy

No refunds but if an extreme medical condition develops contact


For additional questions contact

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Become a Member

Members of Atlanta Track Club get to participate in 7 free events throughout the year! They also receive discounts on all events and programs as well as guaranteed entry into the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Peachtree Road Race!