Saturday, January 13, 2018

2018 Northern California Cross Country Coaches Summit

Hello Coaches,
We will be hosting the 2018 Northern California Cross Country Coaches Summit on Saturday, January, 20, 2018 at Dublin High School in Dublin, CA from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM:
Please come join us for this fantastic opportunity to gather knowledge and strengthen your coaching.
Chris Williams
Northern California Cross Country Coaches Summit Director


Anonymous said...

$60 bucks?

Anonymous said...

Individual decision of course, but as a distance coach the speakers are the ones I'd like to learn from. And breakfast and lunch included. These things cost money to put on.

I'm not associated with the event.

Anonymous said...

I would pay $60 to hear from that lineup of coaches. If the slots don’t get filled, can interested non-coaches attend?

Albert Caruana said...

I think $60 is a very fair price for a coaching clinic. Most schools also cover the costs for the coaches.

Anonymous said...

The one at Amador is Free :-)

Coach Ozzie said...

The two clinics are different formats. We had a good day at Amador Valley yesterday and I hope that all the coaches that attended feel like they are more prepared to train their athletes and get ready for a great season. At the same time, at our clinic, we don't have clinicians to pay and we are able to cover the costs of the meals through sponsorship.

We are unique, but most clinics do have an admission fee and the $60 fee that Dublin is charging is competitive with the rest of the NorCal clinics. Dublin has a very strong group of presenters and I'm sure that any coach who is passionate about getting better as a coach and learning about how top teams train their athletes and manage everything else in their programs will feel like they got their money's worth.

Anonymous said...

Can someone do a recap of this event? I wish it were open for all but would settle for a synopsis of how these coaches set their kids up for success.

Albert Caruana said...

The event just like most coaching clinics are open to anyone who wants to attend. If you want to become a good coach, there are many opportunities, especially if you can travel as well.

There really is no excuse for not improving your coaching expertise.

Anonymous said...

How about non-coaches who have kids in a school that has a part time coach that doesn’t know which side of the whistle makes the noise? We would love to hear what the top NorCal coaches had to say today.

Albert Caruana said...

Hopefully, your kids don't run for me. I am actually quite familiar with how to blow a whistle.

You have the email address of the meet director. You can certainly email him and ask the same question.

Lastly, some of these clinics are open to adults that want to coach. If you email those clinic directors, they can let you know if you are eligible to attend.

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