Off Season Training Means Post Season Accolades & Competition for Tracksters

While most kids sat around in the off season these athletes came in and put in Work! Most started their off season programs in September. The young ladies continued their training even during the season. Track is more than just “getting in shape”.  Our off season programs work on technique, develop the critical small muscle groups and teach fatigue management so that when the season starts you have a strong foundation on which to compete.  Thank you to the athletes and parents who understand and appreciate the value in that. Pleasure working with your and your athletes.

Clayton-  Jordan Velasquez (above) Clayton Valley NCS Masters 100m Champion with a PB of 10.91. Now on to state!


Walnut Creek- NCS Masters 400m runner up, state qualifier and big PR by 1.25 run 54.51 Now ranked no.6 in the state Anaya Alexander  (Below)of Las Lomas High.

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Berkeley-  Avi Wilson Perteete (Below) St Mary’s High, 3rd place finish in the 800m 2.11.85 . On to the state meet!

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Berkeley – Dejah Robinson(below) (St Mary’s, Berkeley). After being hurt all year with an ankle injury. She only got to run the 300 hurdles in conference just weeks before NCS. In the first round she ran a personal best of 45.17 a half second improvement from last season. She came up short in the final placing 9th with 46.37 but she did the best she could with what the season gave her. Heart of a warrior. More runs to come this summer.

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Lafayette- Masina Mayo (below). The freshman placed 4th in the NCS 100m (12.82 -1.1w) and 5th 200m (26.04).  Just missed the NCS final 9th place 12.65 and 13th 200m 26.00 (-1.2w). The only female freshman sprinter to qualify for the NCS Masters meet.



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Pleasanton – Chi-Chi Okoro (not pictured) No doubt one of california’s best young prep sprinters this ninth grader has run times of  12.04,/ 25.2, (Sacramento) 12.2/24.70 (Chabot) , 11.98 (Davis), 11.83 /24.90. All against college level competition. She would rank no.1 ninth grader at 100m for wind legal no. 20 overall in the state. In the 200m she would rank no.3 fastest ninth grader in the state.

She and her parents have opted for her not to run for her high school team and receive professional training and management from coach Aaron Thigpen of Gamespeed. This highly talented sprinter now will prepare for Junior Nationals June 24th. She