Cascade Masters Track and Field

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Masters Do Well at UW Preview

Posted by Scott Copeland on January 19, 2020 at 7:47am

Ortman Pays Tribute to Two Hall-of-Famers, Rex Harvey and Mel Larsen

TRACK MEET OF LIFE

In the big track meet of life we are all entered in different events. Some find themselves in the sprints and run a short race before moving on. Others find themselves in a marathon that can last a century or more.

Some find themselves in the hurdles or steeplechase with a seemingly unending series of barriers or jumps to overcome.

Whether short or long, one thing is certain, a finish line awaits us all.

While we set off when the starting gun…

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Posted by Scott Copeland on January 11, 2020 at 8:08am

Welcome 2020!

Happy New Year!

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May each of you have an injury free training and competition year, meet your individual training goals, reach your target times, distances, and heights, and always have…

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Posted by Scott Copeland on January 1, 2020 at 7:37am

Prequel to the Best Running Book of All-Time

Following Once a Runner and Again to Carthage, Racing the Rain is the prequel to the original story about Quentin Cassidy written and published more than 30 years ago.  Another fantastic read by John L Parker.

Posted by Scott Copeland on December 28, 2019 at 6:00am

Sequel To The Best Running Novel Of All Time Even Better Than Original

 5 Spikes out of 5 Rating.

"But still, I miss the spiritual certainty in the direction of that arrow. And when recently I looked around and saw people in my life dying of natural and unnatural causes it occurred to me that I myself would not live forever and that I had long ago given up the certainty of that arrow before I had to. It also occurred to me that I had a little bit of time left to reclaim it. To be a runner…

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Posted by Scott Copeland on December 27, 2019 at 6:00am

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Where to train & where to compete: List & links to USA Colleges

Where to train & where to compete: List & links to USA Colleges http://www.mastershistory.org/Schools/1.htmlContinue

Started by Jeff Davison Mar 15, 2011.

 
 
 

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Olympia Workouts

Olympia Masters Track & Field
Olympia Masters Track and Field is sub- and masters- specializing in sprints, jumps, and multi-events and competes for Barron Park Striders

Sundays 
10:30 am - 12:00pm
Sprint Drills and Conditioning
   

Contact Information:
Scott Copeland 360-791-6026
 
 
Die Hards Track Club
The Die Hards Track Club is a 50+ track and field club, specializing in throwing events


Contact information:
Paul Kelly 360-352-4978.

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