FAQ

How to Register

PLEASE READ THE BELOW DIRECTIONS BEFORE YOU START THE REGISTRATION PROCESS

Please click the REGISTER NOW button above. This will take you to our registration system. Once on this page you will create an account. Here you will enter the parent/guardian information.

Once you create an Account you can add wrestlers by clicking the ADD CAMPERS button. On this page you will enter information about the wrestler or coach that will attend our camp. Also on this page you will select the camp(s) you want to attend. You will also have transportation options and payment options here.

To Register A Team

IF YOU ARE REGISTERING AS A TEAM THE TEAM DISCOUNT WILL BE APPLIED AFTER YOU REGISTER ALL OF YOUR WRESTLERS. YOU MUST REGISTER ALL 10 CAMPERS AT THE SAME TIME OR CALL US AT 559.967.0602 TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS.

IF YOU ARE REGISTERING AS A MEMBER OF A TEAM PLEASE ONLY SUBMIT THE $100 DEPOSIT WHEN YOU REGISTER.

PLEASE E-MAIL US AT Coordinator@wrestlingcamps.org FOR MORE DETAILS ON HOW TO REGISTER YOUR TEAM AND RECEIVE THE TEAM DISCOUNT.

About Our Camps

Wrestling is Wrestling! Set ups, take downs, riding, escaping and pinning. All camps teach wrestling movesĀ½. but what makes Azevedo-Hitchcock different is that we bring in the best coaches and wrestlers in the nation.

Each of our camps will bring in wrestlers and coaches that will teach what made them a great wrestler. We will also have Olympians Joe Gonzales from Bakersfield and 2004 Silver Medalist Jamill Kelly to assist John Azevedo to teach the best wrestling technique in the world.

All of our camps are designed for all levels of wrestling skills. Each camp will feature Cal Poly’s head coach John Azevedo. John was an NCAA Champion, Olympian and World Medal winner. He was voted National High School Coach of the year and the NCAA Rookie Coach of the year. He brings a wealth of experience to the camp. At every session of the Hitchcock Azevedo Wrestling camp John teaches the wrestling system that made him an NCAA Champ, Olympian, World Medalist, and the most successful High School Wrestling Coach in the history of California wrestling.