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These training ideas for early season Michigan weather from a collection of coaches from around Michigan. Winter-Like training in the Thumb of the Mitten Lisa Shaw/Croswell-Lexington It is not by chance that the Thumb has a multitude of wind turbines. It can be a downright windy, snowy place at the beginning of the track season. The Cros-Lex Pioneers refer to … Continue reading
Dr. Eric Zemper requested that this observation & discussion be presented to the MITCA Membership. Atom has previously requested the MHSAA to rescind the 2-turn Stagger Rule. An Observation from a Track & Field Starter: The Michigan High School 2-turn Stagger Rule is Unfair to the Athletes I think we all can agree that as officials (and as coaches) … Continue reading
MITCA is pleased to announce that coaches who attend our annual Track and Field Clinic The clinic, featuring many local as well as national experts from the world of Track & Field, will be Feb 4-5-6 at the Causeway Bay Suites (6820 S. Cedar Street, Lansing, MI. Rooms are going fast so reserve now!) This year’s clinic features nationally renowed distance … Continue reading
MITCA is pleased to announce that we will again be holding Learn-By-Doing Student sessions, in conjunction with our 2016 Track & Field clinic, at the Causeway Bay Hotel in Lansing. The student clinic will begin at 1:00PM on Saturday, February 6th. Registration will take place between 12:00 and 12:45. The cost is $15 (pre-registered) or $20 (walk-ins). CLINIC FLYER Student-athletes … Continue reading
The Ambrose 101 Club is seeking tax-deductible donations to support TEAM MICHIGAN in the Mideast (XC) and Midwest (TF) Meet of Champions in 2016.
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See how former Michigan high school athletes fared at the NCAA Cross Country Championships. CLICK HERE … Continue reading