Project Triple Jump: 1st '16-'17 clinic set for Jan. 12-15 in Fla. 

(10/21/16 update)

The NSAF has announced that the first clinic of the '16-'17 season is planned for January 12-15, 2017 at a Florida location to be announced.  Originally set for Oct. 6-9, we postponed the clinic due to the impact of Hurricane Matthew on travel plans (Head Coach Peter Pratt would have been unable to join us due to flight cancellations from Nassau, Bahamas).

Location and full details will be announced soon. We hope you will join us to start the New Year!

This clinic is open to all interested athletes and coaches, and you can register HERE. All participants must complete and bring a signed copy of THIS WAIVER (pdf download).

Project athletes are training hard this fall following our annual clinic in Nassau, Bahamas, which took place over Labor Day weekend, Sept. 1-4, which bridged the end of its 5th year (2015-16) and the beginning of the 6th. A clinic is tentatively planned later in the winter, as well.

Alumni Alert: Keturah Orji 4th in Rio!

U. of Georgia soph Keturah Orji (Project Class of '14) barely qualified for the final in her first Olympic triple jump, getting one fair jump in the trials – a 46-2.25 for 12th.  But once in the finals, she unleashed the beast, hop-skip-and-jumping a jaw-dropping 48-3.25 on her first attempt, holding down 2nd after one round.  Orji couldn’t improve on that mark, but did add three more jumps at 47-2 or better and finished in 4th place – just an inch away from a bronze medal.  It was the highest finish ever by an American in the TJ, beating Sheila Hudson’s 10th from 1996, and matched her 4th at the World Indoor champs this past March (see below for more "alumni" notes).

Coaching Staff
Bahamian Tradition of Triple Jump Excellence

More information on the Triple Jump Tradition of the Bahamas can be found HERE.

2015-16 in Review

Project Triple Jumpers enjoyed another great campaign during the 2015-16 season. In the fall, we trained for the first time at IMG Academy, where the many highlights included learning from and working with Olympic LJ gold medalist Dwight Phillips. In January, we returned to the outstanding facility at Desert Vista, AZ, for some mild weather winter training. With the annual Bahamas clinic being a little later this year, it will serve as a bridge of sorts between seasons.

Here is a list of some of the top achievements for our jumpers this past season:



The ongoing goal of this project is to identify emerging elite youth and junior triple jump talent and provide them with the best technical and training methods available, and to maximize their development to international level jumpers in order represent the United States in Olympic/World Championship events.

State-of-the-art coaching and training instruction is available to any coaches and athletes who attend the camps, in addition to the selected and sponsored throwers in this program. In a first-of-its-kind program in the U.S., Project Triple Jump brings the top U.S. and Bahamanian triple jump coaches together to provide a level of understanding and education about triple jump technique and training never before available in the U.S.

The clinic is open to any interested coaches and athletes for observation and interaction with our coaching staff. Coaches and athletes are encouraged to film, ask questions and generally be involved so they can gain maximum benefit from the Project.




We welcome all NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA College coaches to attend our clinics.


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