Sugarloaf Winter Youth Track Practice Program

10 week training program on Sunday Nights

Sugarloaf Winter Youth Track Practice Program

Join SMAC at the Smith Indoor Track and Tennis facility this 2018-19 winter season! For kids in grades K–8, the Winter Youth Track Program provides an introduction to a variety of track and field events, and is a great way to develop athleticism, practice skills and techniques of track and field events. Come out to have fun, make new friends, and get the winter wiggles out! Coaches Sydney Henthorn, Ashley Krause, Alex Niemiec, and Marc Patillo, along with our Smith College t & f athletes and high school-aged assistant coaches, we will teach running, jumping and throwing events. Each evening athletes will be divided into co-ed groups by age, and rotate through 3 to 4 stations with 2-3 coaches per station/activity. Stations and activities will vary each week. SMAC'S YOUTH TRACK PROGRAM MISSION: To foster the development of youth through participation in track and field training to develop athletic strength, sportsmanship, and a passion for lifelong fitness. New Time this year! 4pm- 6pm Fee $90 The program is from 4-6 PM on the following Sunday evenings, at Smith College's Indoor Track and Tennis facility (ITT) off West Street (Route 66): November 18, 25, 2018 December 2, 9 January 13, 20, 27, 2019 February 3, 17 February 24 All Comers Track Meet 2 -6 pm Questions?
Contact Sydney Henthorn, program director shenthorn20@gmail.com Register online at Runreg.com

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