Ran Marin Summer Training is back for a 6th summer! This summer training program offers both a group running camp and individualized summer training programs open to high school and college athletes of all disciplines.
The program includes:
8 weeks of daily training schedules
Supervised group workouts
Racing, sports nutrition, and injury prevention tips from experienced coaches
Group Tahoe altitude training trip
Free Ran Marin shirt
June 10th -August 6th $250 (includes Ran Marin tee) $125 for Tahoe Training Trip add-on Email WeRanMarin@gmail.com to sign up! Program Application: ranmarin-summer-training-application
Ran Marin Summer Training Testimonials:
“I love Ran Marin over the summer because the individualized daily workouts and the weekly group runs keep me motivated and having fun! I’d highly recommend Ran Marin to any high school runner who likes to run and wants to meet a community of other runners (not to mention awesome coaches) who also like to run!” -Grace Dailey, Branson High School, 4:59 1600m
“Participating in the Ran Marin training program last summer and this winter has been one of the key secrets to achieving a peak level of fitness during the season. Ran Marin helps build a solid base of fitness for all high school runners; no matter their fitness level at the beginning of the program, runners will see rapid improvement in their fitness and will gain the ability to complete longer and faster runs throughout the solid weeks of training that Ran Marin provides. Gaining that kind of background fitness sets runners up perfectly for a successful and fun cross country or track season in which they will likely see their PR’s drop.” -Julia Maxwell, Stanford University XC/Track (formerly at Branson High School)
“Ran Marin gives you such an edge in the season that most of the girls won’t have. It helps you with race strategies, workouts, and injury prevention. It has also helped me make crazy improvements!” -Sophia Noto, University of Portland XC/Track (formerly at Drake High School)
“Ran Marin Winter Training helped me not only build a solid foundation of fitness but also a confidence that I trained as effectively and intelligently as possible for my first-ever track season.” -Anna Harleen, Williams College XC/Track (formerly at Branson High School)
The NCS Track and Field Meet of Champions is on Friday and Saturday, May 26 and 27 at Edwards Field on the UC Berkeley campus. Trials were held on Friday and Finals on Saturday. Results can be found at the following link:
Marin Track and Field teams competed in two different meets this weekend trying to qualify for the NCS Meet of Champions to be held at UC Berkeley on May 26 & 27.
Branson, Marin Academy, and San Domenico were at the Class 1A (small schools) meet at Montgomery High School in Santa Rosa while the other Marin schools competed in the Redwood Empire meet at Redwood High School.
Last league meet of the season was a dogfight from start to finish. Every event was hotly contested. When the dust settled, the girls regular season champion is Redwood, beating Tam by 14 points. The Tam boys pulled out a 10 point victory over Drake for the boys regular season championship. It was a great day of track and a wonderful lead-in to next weeks MCAL championships
Tam 80 Redwood 55
Tam 73 Drake 63
Drake 80 Redwood 52
Redwood 75 Tam 61
Redwood 96 Drake 40
Tam 71 Drake 53