Last Updated on November 21, 2012 by Jimson Lee
The 2010 Canadian National Sprints Conference, November 12-14, 2010
"The Development of Speed"
This conference is an outstanding panel of experts that will discuss contemporary sprint training theory and practice over the course of 3 days. If you are in the Greater Toronto Area, then this is one of the “must attend” conferences of the year. If not, consider flying and visiting Toronto for a week or weekend.
This conference aims to analyze and debate a variety of sprint training systems and technical models in order to help coaches better understand the development of speed and how to improve their athletes’ performances.
Date: Nov 12 to 14, 2010
Location: Athletic Centre, University of Toronto
Registration Fee: $200 CAD
- Tom Tellez
- Loren Seagrave
- Les Gramantik
- Gary Winckler
- Molly Killingbeck
- Anthony McCleary
- .. and more: Canadian National Event Group Coaches, athletic therapists, Canadian National Team Medical Practitioners and sports scientists from the Canadian Sport Centre Ontario.
Click here for the conference brochure (includes all presenters and schedule of presentations)
Click here to download the registration form.
Or contact Brian Kropman at: +1 (780) 492-1370 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Tom Tellez
Tom Tellez is one of the most well-respected sprint coaches in track and field. His distinctive biomechanics approach has contributed to the success of an unprecedented number of athletes, including nine-time Olympic Champion Carl Lewis. Tellez served for 22 years as Head Coach at the University of Houston where he produced numerous NCAA champions and All Americans. He has also mentored several top coaches such as Dan Pfaff, Vince Anderson, and John Smith. A USTFCCCA Hall of Fame 1998 inductee, Tellez continues to serve as a volunteer
About Loren Seagrave
Loren Seagrave is an internationally renowned coach and lecturer recognized for his progressive thinking around speed development and athletic preparation. He has worked with some of the finest sprint talent in the world, including Donovan Bailey, Andre Cason, Dawn Sowell, Sheila Echols, and Gwen Torrence. Formerly Head Women’s Coach at Louisiana State University, he is the co-founder of Speed Dynamics. Seagrave currently coaches Olympic Gold Medalist and three-time World Long Jump Champion Dwight Phillips and 2003 100mH World Champion Perdita Felicien.