2004 IATCCC Cross Country Clinic



Carmel High School

520 E. Main St

Carmel, Indiana, 46032

in the Studio Theater


Friday, November 5th 3:30 to 9:30

Saturday, November 6th 8:00 to 2:00



All registration will be done on arrival

no pre-registration

$50.00 for IATCCC members

$60.00 for non-members


Click Below for local hotel information

The Hotel is right down the street from the high school, new, and gave us a great rate!!

Hilton Garden Inn

FRIDAY: November 5th
3:30-4:30   Registration.
4:00-6:00   All-State Selection process, Boys: Ken Witt of Crown Point

Girls: Scott Lidskin of Westfield
6:00-7:00   Dinner (OYO)
7:15-8:15   Terry Brahm,

Indiana Olympian "The Major Keys to Becoming a Successful Runner".
Ralph Reiff, St. Vincent's Sports Medicine   "Core Body Strength Training, ala Bob Kennedy,"

9:30 - ??  Coaches Social,

Hilton Garden Inn

SATURDAY: November 6th
8:00-8:30 Late Registration(costs the same
8:30-9:30   Scott Lidskin,

Westfield "Building a Major Power XC Program".
9:45-10:45   Dan Candiano former Hammond Coach "Reflections of Coaching 3 sub 9:00 two-milers"
11:00-12:00   TBD
12:00-12:45   LUNCH (provided)
12:45-2:00   Boys and Girls "Top 5" Coaches Panel (followed by Q&A) led by moderator, Steve Furman, former great Highland girls coach.

All those attending the Clinic will receive an "IATCC XC Clinic" vinyl folder (treasured by all coaches)!
Any and all money made by this clinic will go to the continued support of the Indiana Senior All-Star Team in the Mid-East Meet of Champions held every year in
Kettering, Ohio

Vendor News

Runner’s Forum – will have free shirts for all who attend the clinic

Other vendors who have committed

Blue Star

Morris Screen Printing


All of you XC Nuts need to come.....there Will be hospitality!! You can count on it!!

Questions or more information contact

Chuck Koeppen XCKOEPPEN@aol.com


Vendor Registration Form

Speaker Note:

In 1975, Dan Candiano coached three runners from Indiana's Hammond High who broke 9:00 for 2 miles, a feat not equaled since. The three were Rudy Chapa, Tim Keogh and Carey Pinkowski.  Rudy Chapa still holds the Indiana 1600/mile record 4:02.20 and the 3200/2 mile record 8:55.10.

 Special note:
Kent Graham, of Noblesville is in charge of vendors if you know anyone who would be interested. He has also suggested that each coach bring an extra team t-shirt so there can be a t-shirt drawing between sessions.