A blog covering some old stories...but mostly Distance Running, the Collegiate Running Association and the Richmond Spiders XC/TF teams.
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Track & Field Camp-Day #4 Photos
We are so excited about our Track & Field Camp! Everyone was exceptional and made excellent improvement during camp. Below you will find photos from the last day of our 2010 camp. Be sure to join us on July 18-21, 2011 for next year’s edition of the University of Richmond Track & Field Camp…
Click here for photos from each day of our 2010 camp:
Co-Founded the Collegiate Running Association in 2013 to offer Collegiate National Championship events in Road, Mountain & Trail Running with Prize Money reserved specifically for college students. Also serve as the Head Track & Field and Cross Country coach for the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia...a highly competitive private University competing in NCAA Division I sports...and I'm a country boy to my soul.
"I firmly believe sleep is underrated for Athletes and overrated for Coaches!'ST
"In Discipline the blood boils, the brain turns to marble and muscles to steel. When wrapped in the scalding arms of the Discipline I can't rip my eyes away from the sun. I feel no pain. If you know what I mean, then you know what I mean." Henry Rollins
"Why should I practice running slow? I already know how to run slow. I want to learn to run fast." Emil Zatopek
"Your training partner's name is pain. You start out trying to ignore him. Can't do it. You attempt to reason with him. No way. You try to strike a bargain. Hah. You plead. You say "Please stop, please go away. I promise never ever to do this again if you just leave me alone." But he won't. Pain only climbs off if you do. Then you're beaten. " Scott Martin
"There is a time when most athletes reach a crossroads in their career. Even the most talented juniors need to realize that success at the highest level requires a new set of parameters in training and attitude and that without devotion - bordering on obsession - the path desired by most remains impossible to find." -Steve Cram