Level 1 School
February 15-16, 2014
San Diego City College - San Diego, California
$150.00 - Pre-registration (received by January 31, 2014)
$200.00 - Late Registration (received after January 31, 2014 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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register online now.
If you have problems registering online please contact the school director.
(A current USATF membership is required to register--please join
online if you are not a member.)
ALL received registrations are posted on the
Status page (list is updated hourly).
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
San Diego CC Administration Building
701 A Street
San Diego, CA 92101
The course will take place in the Administration Building, room A101 which is
on the second floor and near the Records Office.
for detailed map.
From Chula Vista, Imperial Beach, National City, and
Freeway 5: Take freeway 5 north to the “B” Street exit in Downtown San Diego.
Turn left on “B” Street to San Diego City College.
From El Cajon, La Mesa, East San Diego, and surrounding
Freeway 8: Take freeway 8 west to 163 south. Follow 163 down to Downtown, San
Diego. Turn left on “A” Street to San Diego City College. Freeway 94: take
freeway 94 west to “F” Street in Downtown, San Diego. Make a right turn on 16th
Avenue to San Diego City College.
From North County, Poway, Del Mar, Mira Mesa, and
Freeway 5: From freeway 5 south, take the “B” Street exit in Downtown San Diego
to San Diego City College. Freeway 163, or follow freeway 163 south down to
Downtown, San Diego. Turn left on “A” Street to San Diego City College. Freeway
805: Take Freeway 15 from freeway 805 or 15, take freeway 8 west to 163 south.
Follow 163 down to Downtown, San Diego. Turn left on “A” Street to San Diego
City College. No parking charges on weekends, and you may park in staff spaces.
Trolley: The San Diego Trolley stops at SDCC at the corner of C and
Air: San Diego International Airport (SAN) is 5 miles NE of San
Diego City College. The San Diego Trolley takes you to SDCC for $2.50 from the
airport. SuperShuttle: www.supershuttle.com, (800) 974-8885, with one-way fares
starting at $12.00 one way.
There are many hotels within walking distance of SDCC that cover a wide spectrum
of prices. When selecting a hotel, locate one near San Diego City College or
the convention center in the vicinity of Ash, A, or B streets.
- Reny Colton - Reny began competing in track at the age
of 8, which culminated with Colton becoming the 2004 Youth National Champion
in pole vault. A graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy, Reny has a B.A. in
Psychology from Claremont McKenna College. In addition to Claremont Colleges
all-time top-ten performances in 100m, 200m, 100mH, and high jump, she holds
school records in long jump, triple jump, and the heptathlon. She is a
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Athlete of the
Year, a Claremont McKenna College All-Sports Athlete of the Year, and a
two-time NCAA D-III All American. Reny has USATF coaching certificates in
sprints-hurdles-relays and in jumps. She is the youngest person to hold
USATF Level 3 and IAAF Level 5 certificates. She trains, and is on the staff
of the Olympic Training Center, Chula Vista.
- Eric Dixon - Over 35 years of experience, coaching in
the sprint events (60m-800m). Assistant track coach at Orange Coast College
& head coach of Tachyon Track Club. In his last 5 years of coaching he has
coached several nationally ranked youth athletes; American masters record
holders, and world record holders. Dixon has coached one athlete to a number
2 National Youth ranking in the 110 hurdles and one to the Youth Olympic
trials in the 100 & 200. He also coaches the Athena track team, a National
Masters Women’s Track club which currently holds five World and American
records. Coach Dixon is an IAAF Level 5 Elite coach in sprints/hurdles,
USATF Level 3 sprints/hurdles/relays/ endurance and USATF Youth
Specialization Level 2. In addition Dixon serves as the So-Cal USA.
- Jeremy Fisher - Success has followed Coach Fisher
throughout his stellar coaching career. While at CSU Northridge, Fisher was
named the 2005 NCAA DI West Region Men’s Jumps/Multi Event Coach of the
Year. In 2007 and 2009, he was named the Midwest Region Assistant Coach of
the Year by the USTFCCCA. Over his coaching career Fisher has been
responsible for guiding 17 student-athletes to NCAA All-American. Not only
has Fisher helped to place his athletes on the podium, he himself was a high
school and NCAA All-American and finished 2nd at the 2000 USATF Indoor
Nationals. Fisher is USATF Level 3 Certified, holds Level 2 Certificates in
the Sprints, jumps and throws and is a certified strength and conditioning
specialists. He is also the Operations Manager and Jumps Coach at the
Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista while coaching top US jumpers Will
Claye and Brittney Reese.
- Chris Richardson - Director of Track and Field at
Cerritos College, Richardson has coached previously at ECC-Compton Center,
University of Central Arkansas and Moorpark College. Richardson started his
coaching career by joining the Cerritos coaching staff after finishing his
competitive T&F career which culminated as a state JC Champion in the
decathlon. From Cerritos Richardson transferred to Cal State University,
Long Beach, where he was a two-time All-American selection and competed in
the 2008 Olympic Team Trials, where he placed 16th with 7312 points.
Richardson earned his Bachelor’s degree from CSU Long Beach in Exercise
Science and Master’s degree in Exercise Science from Concordia University.
He is currently working on a Doctorate degree in Athletic Administration
from North Central University, while earning his USATF Level 2 certification
in both Jumps and Combined Events.
- Dr. Dave Shrock - Shrock began his coaching career
thirty-eight years ago at the College of San Mateo before coaching cross
country and assisting with track at Stanford and San José State. Under
Shrock’s guidance at Modesto JC, the program amassed two Nor-Cal
championships and three runner-up titles, with Shrock named California
Central Valley Coach of the Year ten times while the program generated
sixty-four All-Americans. Shrock is Level 2 certified in endurance, jumps,
and sprints/ hurdles, while having earned Level 3 certification in training
theory. Currently Shrock is the Pacific Association USATF President and
Coaches Committee Chair. Shrock lectures internationally on subjects
relating to sport management and coaching, and served as the Team USA Men’s
distance coach at the ’12 World Indoor Championships in Istanbul.
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