Level 1 School
December 7 - 9, 2012
Bishop McGuinness High School - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
$150.00 - Pre-registration (received by November 23, 2012)
$200.00 - Late Registration (received after November 23, 2012 or on-site)
$75 - Alumni pricing for those who have already taken and successfully completed
the Level 1 Course. Please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org to verify alumni status and register for the
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Refund policy: Only 1/2 of the registration fee ($75.00) will be
refunded after the registration deadline, and no refund will be given after the
Bishop McGuiness High School
801 NW 50th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Course will be instructed in the lecture room inside Bishop McGuiness High
Courtyard Marriott Oklahoma City Northwest
1515 Northwest Expressway
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Ask for the USATF Rate $76 + tax
- Randy Adair is the Highland Park High School (Dallas,
TX) Head Boys XC/Track & Field Coach. With over 30 years of coaching
experience in Texas, Randy has won State Championships in Track & Field and
Cross Country. Adair has coached numerous state champion athletes in the
sprints and jumps, as well as the record setting, all-time girls 4 x 400
Relay team in Texas high school history while an assistant at Dallas Skyline
High School. Adair holds a USATF Level 2 Certificate in the Jumps,
Endurance, and Multi-Events, and is the voice of all University of Arkansas
Track & Field Meets. Coach Adair has assisted as jumps and hurdles coach
for several track and field tours throughout Central and Western Europe and
Scandinavia. Coach Adair teaches Pre AP World Geography at Highland Park
High School and resides in Rockwall, Texas with his lovely wife Donna, Red,
the wonder dog and his side kick Jack, the Jack Russell Terrier.
- John Baumann is in his seventh season as the throws
coach at Oklahoma State University after spending six seasons at the
University of Illinois. His impact at OSU has been evident in the success of
his student-athletes. Five of the top eight indoor marks in the shot put in
school history and six of the top eight indoor marks in the weight throw
have been achieved during Baumann's tenure. Similar success has been
achieved in women's outdoors on Baumann's watch, as four of Oklahoma State's
top six outdoor marks in the shot put, five of the top six outdoor marks in
the discus and five of the top eight outdoor marks in the hammer throw have
been achieved since Baumann arrived in Stillwater. In 2007 Baumann was
inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame based on his stellar career at Doane
College in Crete, Nebraska. Bauman and his wife, Lisa, have three
daughters, Catabrean, Holly and Sadie, and one son, Max.
- Ryan Turner is entering his first season as the Head
XC/Track & Field Coach at Pratt Community College. Prior to coaching at
Pratt CC, Turner spent five years at the University of Houston as the Head
Cross Country and Assistant Track & Field Coach. Turnerís 2011 Menís team
placed 3rd at the CUSA championships. During his time at Houston, Turner
coached two individuals to advance to the NCAA Cross Country Championships.
The Holdenville, Oklahoma., native holds a bachelorís degree in physical
education, a master's degree in education and is a USATF Level 2 Coach in
the endurance and sprints/relays/hurdles events. He has two daughters,
Lauryn and Haylie.
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