Paratriathlon Training Camp

Three days of skill development, confidence building, and fitness-focused fun!


June 7-9, 2019 / PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WI / $315

Athletes travel from across the country to participate in Dare2tri’s Paratriathlon training camp at the RecPlex in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. The event boasts top-level coaches, first-rate facilities, and state of the art adaptive equipment. Our daily schedule includes clinics in swimming (pool and open water), cycling/handcycling, running/pushing, triathlon transitions, nutrition, equipment maintenance, and much more.

Whether you are a beginner or experienced athlete you’ll be given the tools, knowledge, and skills necessary to succeed in any of our activities. All of our coaches are highly qualified and talented in their areas. They work with each participant to develop new skills. Whether it’s becoming a stronger swimmer, learning to push a racing chair, or getting more confident on your bike, we’ve got you covered!

On Sunday, athletes are invited to put their new skills to the test and race in the Dare2tri Tri It Triathlon. All paratriathletes are welcome to participate, whether or not they attended the camp. Dare2tri Paratriathlon Training Camp is the official technical training camp of USA Paratriathlon.

Dare2tri also makes lodging arrangements based on double occupancy and provides ground transportation.

Join us for a transformational weekend!

Your $315 registration fee includes:

  • Dare2tri tech t shirts and tri top

  • Double occupancy lodging for 2 nights (6/8, 6/9)

  • Ground transportation to/from hotel/venues

  • Meals (Fri lunch, Sat breakfast, Sat lunch, Sat dinner, Sunday breakfast and brunch)

  • Entry into Dare2tri’s Tri It Triathlon

  • High-level, individualized coaching

Scholarships and travel stipends are available for those with financial need. PLEASE FILL OUT THE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR CAMP. Apply for a scholarship.

training Camp: In their own words

I really appreciated the level of expertise available by the staff for each sport. I felt like I was really learning very valuable basic skills that provided great take aways for me to use as I train.
— 2017 Paratri Camp Athlete
I was super excited to attempt to learn how to ride a two wheel bike. I really appreciated all the volunteers helping me ride an upright bike. I also loved socializing with others (especially Paraolympians that came to help coach!)
— 2017 Paratri Camp Athlete
I thoroughly enjoy being around other disabled athletes, as there is no better support group for me. I always leave camp having made new friends and seeing old ones.
— 2017 Paratri Camp Athlete