IMPORTANT - Throws Section of the Duke Track & Field Camp will be cancelled this summer because of facility upgrades.

Welcome To Duke Track & Field Camp

Duke Track & Field Camp provides campers with detailed instruction and an inside look into what has made the Blue Devils one of the premiere, up and coming track & field programs in the country. The camps are conducted on the beautiful campus of Duke University in the heart of Durham, North Carolina.

The Duke Track & Field Camp is designed to meet the needs of each individual camper. The camp is divided into events area's and spread over a 4 day session. The session (July 9th - July 12th) will consist of sprints, jumps, hurdles, throws and the Famous Duke Pole Vault Camp. Coaches will work one on one with each camper to insure a quality learning experience while at camp.

Satisfied Camper Review:

"Thank you and your team for conducting an excellent Track and Field Camp. When I picked up my daughter today she could not stop talking about how much she enjoyed your Track and Field Camp. She learned a lot (particularly in the high jump), met new friends, had the opportunity to be coached by your great team and had fun staying in the dorms…she told me to sign her up for your Camp again next year. So...we will see you again next year."

General Camp Information

July 9, 2014 - July 12, 2014 (Sprints, Jumps, Hurdles, Throws and The Duke Pole Vault Camp) Check-in between 1:30 pm and 3:00 pm on Wednesday, July 9th. Check-out is at 1:30-2:00 pm on Saturday, July 12th.

Duke University (Durham, North Carolina)

Boys & Girls (ages 12-18 years)


  • $520 (overnight) and $400 (day camper)

Duke Training Facilities

The training facilities at Duke University are among the best in the nation. The eight-lane, Olympic-size 400-meter outdoor track in Wallace Wade Stadium is well known for hosting the 1990 and 2000 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, as well as the 1995 USA Pan Africa meet, and the 1996 Gold Rush meet. Shielded from any wind by a 34,000 capacity stadium, the new synthetic embedded surface is ideal for training and is among the fastest in the nation.