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Welcome, Chicago Outfit Recruits!


First, fill this out: http://bit.ly/NewOutfitSkater


Boot Camp: Mondays 7:30 – 10:30pm, November 5 – December 3

Women interested in becoming Outfit skaters may attend any number of these boot camp practices. While not a requirement for the tryouts in the subsequent weeks, one will have the opportunity to be taught what she will be tested on during the tryouts.



Tryouts: Mondays 7:30 – 10:30pm, December 10 & December 17
Potential skaters will be tested on skills taught at the five boot camp sessions. While the boot camp sessions are optional, these two nights are required to be accepted into the Outfit family. One should expect to be tested on skating, stopping, proper falling, hitting, and taking hits.



Location
All boot camp and tryout sessions will be held at the following location:

Fleetwood Roller Rink

7231 Archer Avenue

Summit Argo, IL 60501


Cost

To help offset the cost to use the space, each boot camp attendee must pay $5 per boot camp session she attends. There is no cost for the tryouts.


What to Bring

All attendees will be required to bring the following items with her to each session she attends. If a skater does not have all the required safety gear, she will not be allowed to skate:

-Quad skates (speed skates, not in-line)

-Helmet*

-Mouth Guard

-Knee Pads*

-Elbow Pads*

-Wrist Guards*

-Water Bottle

-Government-issued picture identification, such as driver’s license, State ID, or passport (first-time attendees only)



*must have hard protective shell or inserts

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  • Team In Training
  • Jun 23, 2009
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