Webinar: Become A Runner - Triathlon Run Technique & Feel
Topic: Become A Runner - Triathlon Run Technique & Feel
Spend time with Jarrod Shoemaker & Bobby McGee discovering ways to inject speed into your run through improved technique & feel. Jarrod Shoemaker is arguably the best runner USA triathlon has ever seen – he’s definitely one of the best in the world right now. Bobby McGee is known as the “game changer” when it comes to the run in triathlon and has worked with the best on their mechanics – other than Jarrod, names like Sarah Haskins, Andy Potts, Tim O’Donnell and many other greats have worked with Bobby on their run form. Learn from the best in this one hour webinar!
Bobby McGee is a USAT Level I coach as well as a USATF Level III Coach. He has worked as an Olympic coach for over 25 years as a running expert as well as an expert in sports psychology and mental skills. During his coaching career he produced world record holders, an Olympic champion and numerous Olympic runners. He now works with triathletes and has recently been hired full time by USA Triathlon.
Raised in nearby Sudbury, Shoemaker began his running career while attending the Fenn School in Concord, where he graduated from 8th grade. In 2000, Shoemaker graduated from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School where he earned ten varsity letters in cross-country (4), swimming (4), and track (2); served as captain of each team; and contributed to the school's state high school swimming championship in 1998. He continued his athletic career as a cross-country and track star at Dartmouth College, from which he graduated in 2004 with a major in history. While at Dartmouth, Shoemaker competed twice in the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships and once in the Division I Outdoor Track Championships. In 1999, Shoemaker was a Boston Globe All-Scholastic in cross country running and qualified for the Footlocker National High School Cross Country Championships, where he finished 22nd in Orlando, FL. In October 2002, Shoemaker won the Heptagonal Cross-Country Championship held at Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx, New York. In September 2005, Shoemaker won the Under 23 Triathlon World Championship in Ishigaki, Japan. On September 16, 2007 Shoemaker qualified for the 2008 Beijing Olympics by defeating 2005 International Triathlon Union World Number One Hunter Kemper and two-time ITU World Cup winner Andy Potts. Shoemaker was featured on the Wheaties Box in 2008 for his Olympic Qualification accomplishment. At the 2008 Olympics, Shoemaker finished 18th. He became world champion in duathlon in 2009 in Concord, North Carolina. Jarrod's sister Jenna Shoemaker is a professional triathlete as well and member of the US National Team.
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Jul. 22, 2010
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST
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