Here are the details for the relay race we will be using as fitness test in July.
The Fibonacci 4K is a family-friendly event and fund raiser for Discovery Space Children’s Science Museum and KidTech – two local non-profits focused on hands-on STEM experiences which spark creativity, curiosity and love of learning. Run is mostly on grass, with mixture of hills and flat terrain on the grounds of the Pennsylvania Military Museum in Boalsburg. Events for kids, families, teams.
Online registration: http://www.imathlete.com/events/EventOverview.aspx?fEID=65776
To conclude our busy week of traveling, we took a small group of athletes to Lehigh for the PTFCA Indoor Track Carnival. This meet has been on the schedule before, but bad weather kept us from making the trip. Thankfully, this wasn’t the case in 2017. Rausch Fieldhouse is always jam packed with athletes, coaches, and spectators making it a very energetic atmosphere, because the athletes are constantly surrounded as the crowds are inches away at all times. On our schedule was Michael in the 800 and the girls’ distance medley relay. As we were waiting for our turn to compete we were treated with some great competition, including a new US #1 time in the girls’ 60m Hurdles by Cheltenham’s Chanel Brissett, a back and forth battle in the HJ that featured PA #1 Kyle Garland (Garland won with a clearance of 6-9), and the state record holder in the pole vault, Katie Jones, set the meet record and attempt to break her own state record. We also got to see Olympian and USA Track and Field Hall of Famer, Joetta Clark, as she was there supporting her daughter who was also competing.
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Continue reading PTFCA Indoor Track Carnival Recap
From the Centre Daily Times:
St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy cross country runner Brian Hackman is a Centre Daily Times Athlete of the Week.
Hackman won two dual meets during the week and turned in a standout performance in the Forest Hills Invitational.
Hackman ran 16:47 for 3.1 miles as the Wolves split a tri-meet with Penns Valley and Philipsburg-Osceola on Tuesday. Hackman ran 17:57 in a sweep against Bellwood-Antis and Tyrone. He saved his quickest time of the week for last as he ran 16:40 to place third in the Forest Hills Invitational. His finish helped the Wolves place eighth as a team.
Read more here: http://www.centredaily.com/2014/09/14/4354328_athlete-of-the-week-brian-hackman.html?rh=1#storylink=cpy