What is toughest CCS At-Large distance mark?

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Coming up later today...

An interview with Alameda HS senior, Cameron Tu...

If you have an athlete or coach that you would like me to interview, please add their names in the comment section below.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gabe Arias

Anonymous said...

chuck woolridge

Albert Caruana said...

http://www.crosscountryexpress.com/2008/09/catching-up-with-campolindo-coach-chuck.html

Speaker for the anonymouses said...

What happened to the list of best team websites that everyone wanted?

Albert Caruana said...

That's an early summer project. Way too many things going on right now between teaching and coaching. Most team websites are fairly easy to find with a simple google or facebook search.

Anonymous said...

Any of the 3 SCCAL coaches; Doug Chase, Dan Gruber or Rob Collins. I find it amazing how they all seem to produce top runners that compete with others from schools often twice their size. I know some have already been done a couple years ago, but I don't think I've seen one with Doug Chase?

Albert Caruana said...

Doug Chase:
http://www.crosscountryexpress.com/2011/05/catching-up-with-scotts-valley-hs-coach.html

Dan Gruber:
http://www.crosscountryexpress.com/2008/10/catching-up-with-aptos-coach-dan-gruber.html

Rob Collins:
http://www.crosscountryexpress.com/2010/09/catching-up-with-san-lorenzo-valley.html

Anonymous said...

Jose Pina would be interesting I think.

Anonymous said...

Andrew Melendez or Gabe Arias

Anonymous said...

Aidan Goltra or Gabe Arias

Anonymous said...

How do they do it?

1. Great feeder programs deliver quality freshman impact from the start.

2. Talented athletes.

3. Good coaching.

4. Good community support.

5. Talented athletes.

Karsten said...

Andrew Melendez

NCSftw said...

Albert, do you know if there will be any revised team state rankings before Stanford?

Albert Caruana said...

State rankings will be updated this week before the weekend races.

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