Four Team USA Minnesota Runners Coaching Twin Cities Cross Country Teams this Fall

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penned by Pat Goodwin, President and Founder of Team USA Minnesota Four Team USA Minnesota distance runners – Meghan Peyton, Heather Kampf, Rob Molke and Katy Moen – are coaching either college or high school cross country teams in the Twin

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Attention High School XC Runners & Coaches!

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Learn from the best! Some of the top runners in the USA share their top training, racing, and “attitude” tips for cross country runners below. Want to raise some money for your High School program? AthleteBiz announces that we’re extending

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Track Shorts 2016: Lap 3

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For 10 days Portland borrowed the mantle of “Tracktown USA” from neighboring Eugene as it hosted first the US Indoor Nationals, then the World Indoor Championships. All reports suggest it was a success. And while those events naturally captured much

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Track Shorts 2016: Lap 2

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I swear we’re not sitting on our hands here at the AB offices but the pile of results since our last post (not counting the OT marathon) is daunting.  I count at least 12 important competitions and probably 50+ potentially

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Can’t Lose – Goal Setting (Oh hi, Boston!)

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This probably seems totally out of place for me right now, but sometimes as a cycle comes to a close, it’s helpful to reflect back to the beginning of this one, and also to previous cycles. As mentioned in my

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Representing Team USA in Scotland

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from Running Joyfully Earlier this month I had the awesome opportunity to represent Team USA in Scotland at the Great Edinburgh International Cross Country Challenge. It was my first time racing in the red, white, and blue and I was

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Track Shorts 2016: Opening Lap

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Yes, this is a year with our favorite quadrennial event – leap year…the European soccer championships…the presidential election…the Summer Olympics.  Most of our sport’s events take place within the context of that larger competition and its riveting preliminary, the Olympic

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ICYMI

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Your dose of yesterday’s best action from the finest, fittest athletes on the planet Apparently, Craig Lutz is competitive in all things The wii really brings out a runner’s competitiveness and @scott_n_ready can’t touch my slalom skiing ability — Craig

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Not in full form for Club XC

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from Aspirations of a BA Steeplechasin’ Woman The Club Cross Country National Championship race is an intersection of ambitions, fitness levels, affiliations, and ages.  The first two times I competed at Club XC, I ran for professional teams, who saw

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Adventures in LA: Course Preview Takeaways

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One of the many blessings of being able to work with the Appalachian State University Cross Country and Track and Field programs is that I was able to attend my 3rd USTFCCCA Convention, which was hosted at the JW Marriott in San

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