2nd Annual Track and Field Coaches of Tennessee Conference and Clinic
Friday January 25
Fleet Feet Running of Brentwood (330 Franklin Rd, Suite 262B) will host our Friday evening festivities which will include a keynote presentation by University of Tennessee Associate Head Track and Field Coach Travis Geopfert. A TSSAA rules meeting and a Coaches Social will also get the weekend off to a great start.
Our host hotel for the Conference this year will be the Hilton Garden Inn of Brentwood. The Hotel is holding rooms at $109.00 if you make your reservations before 12/26/2018. This is a really nice hotel in Brentwood’s new City Park district. There are several wonderful restaurants in City Park just outside of the hotel. I suggest 55 South, Suki, Blaze Pizza or Newks.Click here to reserve a room.
Saturday January 26
Brentwood High School will be our host for the Conference and Clinic on Saturday. The day will begin with an FCA Breakfast at 7:30am. World Class instructional sessions by renowned clinician Boo Schexnayder, NCAA Championship Coach Travis Geopfert and a cast of highly experienced presenters begins at 8:30am. The VS Athletics Victory Lunch will be catered to BHS midway through the day after we have worked up an appetite in our learn by doing sessions.
We will end the conference with the Track and Field Coaches of Tennessee Association Meeting. This will give all attendees a chance to be in the discussion regarding the state of track and field in our state and making changes to better our sport.
Several vendors will be demonstrating and exhibiting the newest and most improved trends in track and field from uniforms, to equipment and devices to make training your athletes more efficient and effective.
- Registration is $75.00 for the entire weekend of NEXT LEVEL TRACK and FIELD and if 3 coaches from the same school staff register the 4th will be free. Please call (615) 584-8989 for additional information or go to COACHO.com to register.
We are happy to have so many great sponsors and vendors partnering with us on this initial voyage. They have truly made this opportunity to share track and field across the state of Tennessee a reality.
— Gary Kinder