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2016 HOKA ONE ONE Fall Cross Country Training Program

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POSTAL NATIONALS HISTORY

From 1957 through the 1970‘s at the end of the cross country season Track & Field News and the United States Track & Field Federation jointly held a nationwide competition. At first teams would run 2 miles on the track and mail the results in (hence the name “National Postals”), but then in 1969 when the 3 miles was added, regional races were held, all of which are known as the “National Postal” races. Since cross country courses varied and since there was not going to be a single national meet, the times from the regional races were taken for ranking the competitors nationally. To make the races fair in comparing times, the races were run on the track, but in a cross country type race. Teams of 5 runners were entered as well as individual entries. High school runners ran a 2 mile cross country event in those years. The 2 mile races for the National Postals were done from 1957 through 1982; and the 3 mile races for the National Postals were done from 1969 through 1978 (as in 1979 and after, the Kinney and Footlocker National High School Cross Country Championships were instituted for the 3 mile races). The revival of the Postal 2-Mile is a revival of the spirit of high school distance running, the revival of finding a true national champion and most importantly the revival of a team together. We are proud to reintroduce the running world to the Hoka One One National High School 2-Mile Postal Competition.

The Fall 2016 Cross Country Training program is sponsored by www.hokaoneonepostalnationals.com.

And one more comment: This training program was developed over 20 years of coaching, with advice and fine tuning from coaches from around the world. These are guidelines only. For younger runners and newer coaches, it is a nice program to begin from. For more experienced coaches and runners, the themes are key. Find what works best for you, and please reach out if you need ideas at runblogrun@gmail.com!

Also note, that we post daily training with updates August 23-December 20 on your sites as well as runblogrun.com, american-trackandfield.com, caltrack.com, morunandtri.com  and coaching athletics.com. Look for daily updates!

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Tuesday, 25 September 2012 08:24

DIII Regional Cross Country Rankings: 2012 Week #3

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NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released week three regional rankings for the 2012 NCAA Division III season on Tuesday. New to the No. 1 ranks this week is Emory’s men in the South/Southeast region and Williams’ women in the New England region.



NEW ORLEANS – Summer’s end has ushered in fall and that means collegiate cross country will start to really cook. Many of the squads in the latest national NCAA Division I poll of U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) will compete this weekend and several head-to-head matchups will be among the highlights. Wisconsin’s men and Washington’s women remain the top teams in the country as voted by the nation’s coaches.



Will Cheserek Run This Fall? - St Benedict’s Prep coach Marty Hannon announced in August that Edward Cheserek, the #1 prep distance runner in the U.S., would take a low-key approach to this fall’s x-country season while he concentrates on his studies.


Monday, 24 September 2012 10:20

Weekend Cross Country Results(Women)

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Monday, 24 September 2012 10:17

Weekend Cross Country Results(Men)

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