Scheduled speakers @ clinic:
a member of the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Coaching Staffs. She was head coach of the 1985 World Cup team
and the 1987 Pan American team. She has
authored coaching manuals and videos.
She coached the 1996 Olympic gold medallist –
Charles Austin – and she has coached 3 of the seven American women to have
cleared 6’ 6” – including Angie Bradburn (
Representative for M-F Athletic Company
years coaching @ Bloom H.S. in
Head boys XC & Asst. track coach @ Lawrence North. Gannon is in his 10th year @ LN. Since 1994, LN has been to the state XC championships five times and have finished in the top 5 three consecutive times since 2000. He and Kevin Kincaid coordinate the year-round distance program @ LN. His top athlete has been Nef Aria --- 2 –time state XC champ, last spring’s 3200 champ & 4th place in this fall’s Footlocker XC final.
Head coach of Girls & Boys Cross Country @ Columbus North H.S. with a coaching record of 179-42 for boys & 169-5 for girls. His girls teams have been to the state meet for 20 consecutive years with 16 top 10 teams and 10 top 5 teams!!! His boys’ squad was runner-up in 2001 and won it all in 2002. Has been using the Paavo system of training for many years.
Head coach of boys T&F @ F.W. Northrop - Was Indiana state champion in pole vault with a state record of 16’6” --- this record held until 2001! An 18’ vaulter!
Angie is a 3-time Missouri Valley Conference champ in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles & 3-time 800 meter champ@ Indiana State. She had an 8th place in the 800 @ the NCAA indoor championships with a best of 2:06.19 indoors & 2:06.05 outdoors.
2nd year as assistant coach @ Lawrence Central.
Tim was previously at
Head girls T&F coach @ Portage H.S. and coaches the male & female throwers. During his 10 years, he has coached 14 state finalists, including 1 state champion (Discus – 1992) and many medallists.
18’ 5” vaulter -- currently training & competing to set master records. Clinician at camps/clinics many times.
17’ 9” vaulter --- National JUCO champ --- still competing at the master level