History

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Cross Training launches its first Christian basketball camp with 74 kids enrolled. The first registration form came through the mail from Joe Brown on March 30th.
1994
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Camp enrollment doubles in size to 160 players and is a full-week long.

Former Dallas Maverick player, Walter Bond makes appearance at camp.
1995
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Co-founder, Bob Upgren, steps away from college coaching to focus on ministry. Enrollment triples in size as the camp schedule extends to two weeks
1996
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Camp enrollment surpasses 300 kids, as Cross Training expands even further to offer camps for kids entering Grades K-3.

Official Cross Training CD releases

1997
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Overnight Extreme camp launches, making the camp season one month long.

Inside Cross Training newsletter also comes into play.

1998
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Over 500 kids in attendance. Ministry is gaining respect across the region.
1999
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Shooting Academy launches as a half-day session. Upgren and Cross Training receive awards for their work with youth.
2000
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Camp enrollment hits 1,000 kids, while Cross Training gets a new look with branding and logo.
2001
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Top100 launches as the first showcase camp for high school athletes in the area.

Tim Grover, John Frappier and Bruce Crevier all make appearances at camp.

NBA guest, Mike Miller, makes first NBA appearance to Overnight Extreme.

2002
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Dan Dickau and Adrian Branch appear at Top100 while former Dallas Mavericks star, Darrel Armstrong, is the guest NBA player at Overnight Extreme.

Individual Instruction launches as a one-week session

2003
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Cross Training celebrates 10 year anniversary with Bruce Crevier as the Top100 guest of honor.

Next Level basketball camp launches for players entering Grades 6-9. Shooting Academy extends to a full-day camp offering.

Former NBA player and National champion, A.C. Green, appears at Overnight Extreme.

2004
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Spud Webb makes appearance at both Top100 and Overnight Extreme. Hall of Famer, Rick Barry also appears at Top100.

Individual Instruction expands to two full weeks.

2005
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Cross Training gaining momentum as one of the top Christian basketball camps in the country.

Kevin Burleson, formerly of the Charlotte Bobcats, is the NBA guest for Overnight Extreme.

2006
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The "Clown Prince," Meadowlark Lemon of the Harlem Globetrotters, visits Cross Training. Meadowlark personally addresses over 250 autographed basketballs to players and coaches.

Cross Training looks to expand it's team of coaches.

2007
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Cross Training has now extended its camp season to eight weeks. New record of 1,200 kids enrolled for camp. New high school camp offering is launched.

Comedian, Tim Hawkins, presents in front of 200 kids at Overnight Extreme.

2008
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Indiana Pacers forward, Dahntay Jones, graces us with his presence at camp.

Cross Training takes its first boys and girls' team internationally to the Dominican Republic. This is the first official missions trip sponsored by Cross Training.

2009
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Cross Training expands its boundaries by implementing volleyball camps into the mix.

Former Tarheels and Denver Nuggets point guard, Ty Lawson, is the feature guest at Overnight Extreme.

2010
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Cross Training Volleyball launches a full-day camp called The Next Level, for girls entering Grades 7-10.

NBA star, Shannon Brown, of the LA Lakers, appears at Overnight Extreme.

Twenty-five players and coaches return to the Dominican Republic for Cross Training's second basketball missions trip.

2011
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LA Lakers guard and former Duke Blue Devil, Chris Duhon, graced us with his presence at Overnight Extreme.

An all-camp attendance record was hit at 1,333 kid

2012
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Cross Training took it's third missions trip to the Dominican Republic with 30 athletes and coaches.

Miami Heat shooting guard, James Jones was our NBA guest at Overnight Extreme.

2013
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NBA legend, Muggsy Bogues makes an appearance at Overnight, as well as the amazing ball-handling family, the Crevier's!
Every camp session was SOLD OUT!
2014
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A highlight for this year was definitely 2014 NBA Rookie of the Year, Michael Carter-Williams, of the Milwaukee Bucks. This year, we also took our fourth and largest group of athletes to the Dominican Republic on a sports missions trip (41 ahtletes and coaches). Bags Without Borders was established and over 240 bags were distributed in the DR.
2015
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Shaun Livingston of the Golden State Warriors was our guest of honor at the 2016 Overnight Extreme Camp. We also had a record breaking year in attendance, as we launched Cross Training's first Football Camp!
2016