This camp is designed to help young athletes improve their athletic performance and technique through the development of strength, speed, endurance, mobility, nutrition education, and confidence, while growing in their faith as a Christian athlete. Athletes of all sports are welcome!
June 5 - 7
1st - 12th Grade
6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 1st-6th Grade
7:15 - 9:00 p.m. 7th-12th Grade
Darner Field Scott City Kansas
Cost: $40 includes a camp t-shirt, race registration, and a digital photo of the athlete
Make checks payable to Brett Meyer
Send payment to:
1oo W 36th St Apt A
Hays, KS 67601
Or bring payment on the first day of camp.
For any questions you can email Brett Meyer at email@example.com or call (620) 874-8341.
Ever since I was a kid, I have always loved sports! Whatever sport was currently in season, was my favorite at the time. Whichever season it was would determine my favorite sport. Baseball season, I would throw tennis balls against the house imagining that I was about to throw a “no hitter” in the World Series. During football season, you would find me throwing touchdown passes to myself in the front yard. I was always going play-by-play, winning national championships along the way. But, basketball was the sport that had a special place in my heart. The thrill of visualizing myself, making it feel so real, may sound silly, but that psychology and practice could have been a key skill that enabled me to succeed in the future. National championships in the front yard began when I was in third grade, and continued throughout the years.
My high school career was a blast! I was very blessed to be a part of an amazing culture that formed me into the coach I am today. WE won many state championships, and also fell short in a couple. WE didn't believe we ever lost a game though, we “just ran out of time”! Eventually, I moved my focus to track and competed in the 800m and the relays. Sometimes records were in reach, but I always fell short. Even though I didn't put my name on the record books, I was a part of three state titles on the track my senior year - the 4x800m and 4x400m relays, and the open 800m!
College was where I found my passion for the sport. Competing at the Division II level helped me develop as a runner, as most of my background was basically in basketball and football. By my sophomore year, I was all in! I found success in the 800m and the mile but it was a continual process to stay competitive with the best in the country. This sport requires discipline and consistent hard work year-round. At the apex of my college running career, I finished my senior year winning the national championship in the 1500m. Along the way, I ran 1:50.1 in the 800m, 3:43.4 in the 1500m, 4:04 in the indoor mile and 3:59.7 in the outdoor mile. By the end, I achieved All-American status seven times - in the 800, mile and 1500m events.
Today, I run professionally in hopes of achieving my dream of lining up against the nation’s (and world’s) best runners. My current personal bests are 3:56.1 in the mile and 3:38.1 in the 1500m. My wife, Kelly, and I work at Fort Hays State University and are assistant coaches for the FHSU Track & Field and Cross Country Team.
My vision in this life is to always encourage athletes on their journey, show them that optimism is a competitive advantage, teach them to be curious and never stop learning, and to always serve those around you!