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Register now for BYU summer sports, dance camps

Registration is now underway for all summer sports and dance camps at Brigham Young University.

The camps, which are presented by Conferences and Workshops, include trained counselors, all-you-can-eat cafeteria meals, training with BYU's nationally known head coaches and professional guest coaches and practices on some of the nation's finest facilities and equipment.

Sports camps range from football to gymnastics, and dance camps include everything from clogging to ballroom.

Some noted coaches who are part of the summer staff include Gary Crowton, BYU head football coach, and Steve Cleveland, BYU head basketball coach.

Prices, dates and amenities vary with each camp. Early registration is recommended as camps fill quickly. Walk-ons will be accepted in each program, excluding ballet and Summer Scholars, on a space-available basis. To receive a full listing of camps and workshops or to register, visit http://sportscamps.byu.edu or call Conferences and Workshops at (801) 378-4851.

Writer: Liesel Enke

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