To us it means a camp that is as enjoyable as it can be whilst helping you develop as much as possible as a triathlete. It also means delivering a great experience from start to finish whilst recognising the need to focus on true value.
ETE stands for “Elite Training Experience”. That doesn’t mean we’re just for Elite Athletes. In fact it’s the reverse: we want athletes of all levels and abilities to benefit from our camps. Beginner or Contender, our camps deliver:
We’re still a young company, this is just our 2nd year. But 2017/18 sees growth of over 100% and that’s just the beginning.
“We had a great time and learnt so much from Perry. The whole team out in Cyprus were great and made it a brilliant training camp.” – Gary, UK
“There was a wide range of people on camp, from hugely experienced to relative new-comers to the sport, but we all got on well together and learned from each other in a spirit of support, not competition. It was great to train alongside the elites, and to see how hard they work for their success. They were very open and happy to talk about their training – really inspirational. Good hotel, good and plentiful food – and fantastic that we could have double breakfasts!” – Catherine, UK
ETE is proud to be supporting StreetGames and will be making the charity the focus of it’s fundraising.
StreetGames (www.streetgames.org) is an award-winning national sports charity launched in 2007. A delivery partner of Sport England and a national centre of expertise for developing sport in disadvantaged communities, the charity helps to make sport accessible to all young people, regardless of their income or social circumstances. It does this by supporting and establishing local projects around the UK that deliver doorstep sport, i.e. positive activities and sport provided to young people when they want it, where they want it and how they want it. Over 2.4 million attendances have already been generated by StreetGames projects.
StreetGames’ ongoing work to change sport, communities and lives has been recognised by The Chief Medical Officer’s Public Health Awards, The Charity Awards, The Business Charity Awards and Beyond Sport. Additionally, in 2011, StreetGames’ Chief Executive Jane Ashworth was awarded an OBE for services to community sport. These commendations demonstrate StreetGames’ effectiveness in sport and wider impact on crime, health and community development.
We’ve set a goal to raise £1,000 this year. Please visit our justgiving page.