New England Track and Field Clinic

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CompleteTrackandField.com will present the 2012 New England Track and Field Clinic at Brown University on July 19 – 22, 2012. This clinic is for for high school track and field sprinters, hurdlers, throwers (shot put, discus, javelin), and jumpers (long jump, triple jump, high jump, pole vault) between the ages of 14-18, and high school track and field coaches.

Track athletes at the 2011 New England Track & Field Clinic

It's great to see the growth of the New England Track & Field Clinic. It's not surprising though, because those athletes who are willing to do whatever it takes to get better will be there.
- Latif Thomas, CompleteTrackandField.com

CompleteTrackandField.com will present the 2012 New England Track and Field Clinic at Brown University on July 19 – 22, 2012, from 9am – 4pm each day. Registration is open!

CompleteTrackandField.com is proud to bring the event back to Brown University for the second consecutive year. This clinic is for high school track and field sprinters, hurdlers, throwers, and jumpers between the ages of 14-18, and high school track and field coaches.

Last year’s clinic was an overwhelming success with over 200 athletes and 60 coaches coming from 24 different states as well as Canada, Sweden and the Bahamas. This year the attendees are expected to double, and the program will be expanded to include twice the number of slots for the sprints and hurdles, the jumps (long jump, triple jump, high jump, and pole vault), a throwers (shot put, discus and javelin) session, classroom sessions for coaches and more staff to ensure low staff to athlete ratios.

The cost for athletes (per session) is $197 (before 4/30/12) or $247 (after 4/30/12); the cost for coaches (both sessions) is $197 (before 4/30/12) or $247 (after 4/30/12).

According to Latif Thomas, from CompleteTrackandField.com, “It’s great to see the growth of the New England Track & Field Clinic. It’s not surprising though, because those athletes that are willing to do whatever it takes to get better will be there. If you want to stay ahead of the competition, whether you are a coach or athlete, you’ll want to know what the best track and field athletes are doing, so you can start doing it yourself. If this sounds like you, you need to come to this clinic.”

And there to help you improve will be the following featured clinicians: Coach Latif Thomas, Bishop Feehan HS (MA); Coach Marc Mangiacotti, Brown University (RI); Coach Ron Grigg, Jacksonville University (FL); Coach Dave Cusano, Wheaton College (MA); Coach Fletcher Broooks, Williams College (MA); Coach Reuben Jones, Brown University (RI); Coach Rob Whitten, University of Rhode Island (RI); Coach Jen Harlow, Stonehill College (MA); and Coach Michelle Eisenreich, Brown University (RI).

Please find answers to questions regarding the 2012 New England Track & Field Clinic on the clinic webpage at http://www.CompleteTrackandField.com/clinic.

CompleteTrackandField.com is the resource for all things track and field fueled by the knowledge and experience of Latif Thomas. Thomas was the 2005 MA State Track Coaches Association Coach of the Year; holds a USA Track & Field Level II Certificate & USTFCCCA Event Specialist Certification – Sprints, Hurdles & Relays; Earned All IC4A, All Big East & All New England honors while attending the University of Connecticut on a track scholarship; and Coached: MA Class B & All State Championship Meet Record (girls 4×100), Class D Championship Meet Record (boys 4×200), Class C & Class D Championship Meet Records (boys 300m), 2004 MA All State Champion (55m), 2006 MA All State Champion (300m/400m),and 2008 & 2009 MA All State Champions (girls 4×100 & 4×200)

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