The goal of my camp is to provide the best technical running camp for junior high and high school runners and to help each camper achieve his or her fullest potential. My aim is to produce the complete runner-mentally, physically and spiritually.
— Jim Ryun, U.S. Olympian Former WR Holder in the Mile, 1500m and 880yds

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What We Offer

Responsible and experienced staff

Structured and intentional schedule

Quality workouts

Mental training, character development, nutrition plans, training schedules

Coach's clinic and Q&A with Dr. Jack Daniels and Jim Ryun

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This past summer we turned over a brand new page with the camps in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jim Ryun's World Record in the mile with new speakers and a new daily schedule. The week of camp has been transformative for Camp alums such as Ryan Hall (2008 and 2012 Olympian in the marathon), Jenny Simpson (2011 World Champion at 1500m and 2016 Olympic bronze medallist at 1500m) and many other All-Americans.

The cost for camp is $825 per individual, $750 for individuals coming with their teams and for every seven athletes from the same team, a coach comes for free. Full scholarships will also be available.

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Each day is carefully scripted for maximum impact.

6:30 Wake-up

6:45-8:15 Workout

8:15-9:00 Breakfast

9:00-9:45 Showers and Room Clean-up

10am-12pm Lecture Periods and Character Development

12-1pm Lunch

1-3pm Flat on Back (Rest time)

3:15-4pm Cross Training or Second Run

4-5pm Ultimate Frisbee or other team sports

5-6pm Free Time

6-6:30 Dinner

7-9pm Additional Free Time (optional film time from 8-9pm)

9:30pm Lights out

What Coaches Have to Say:

The Jim Ryun Running Camp was an incredible experience for my team and for me as well. The instruction athletes received was exceptional and as a coach, it validated our current program initiatives while providing enriching material to add to our program. My athletes enjoyed the camp tremendously and benefited from their experience in many ways. They made lasting friendships with peers who have common interests, participated in training exercises as well as fun games and activities, and came away with a greater sense of themselves as runners, but also as children of God. The Ryun family and the counselors are amazing and provided a wonderful balance of fun, work, learning and growth. Thank you to all the Ryuns and the staff for devoting their time and talents to developing athletes who are strong in mind, body and spirit.
— Coach Laura Daniels, Auburn High School (Virginia)
I have made the Jim Ryun Running Camp a part of my program at San Juan Hills High School. Though the camp is good for runners of all ages and experience levels, I am particularly focusing on getting my upcoming captains and experienced runners to attend. This is so important that I work to raise scholarship money for those who attend; working with the Ryun Camp we make it possible for the kids to be there.
— Coach Bob Price, San Juan Hills High School (California)
The Jim Ryun Running Camp truly stands alone and unparalleled in the opportunity and environment it provides for runners—young or old, competitors or coaches—to improve not only in regards to running, but also and more importantly, in terms of the whole being—spiritual, mental, and physical. Each and every day, the camp staff, comprised of exceptional leaders and counselors, address all three of those components, and they do so intentionally through powerful and meaningful examples that are set and lived out and through relationships that are built by the staff with all those at the camp.
— Coach Dave Riden, Deer Creek High School (Oklahoma)