Cross Country Results Sept 22

Results Sept 22

San Marin, Terra Linda at Marin Catholic mc-dual-9-22-16-mc-tl-sm-2

Novato, Drake at San Rafael  d-n-sr-xc-meet

Tam, Branson, Justin Sienna at Redwood

Boys Team Score

  • Tam Vs JS  20-43
  • Branson Vs JS  20-41
  • Branson Vs Redwood  15-50
  • Branson Vs Tam  15-48
  • Redwood Vs JS  18-45
  • Redwood Vs Tam 17-41

Boys

  1. Andrew Thomas  Redwood  15:15.23
  2. Liam Anderson    Redwood   15:15.44
  3. Dante de los Santos   Justin Sienna 15:18.04

Girls Team Score

  • Tam Vs JS 25-30
  • Branson Vs JS 25-34
  • Branson Vs Redwood 23-34
  • Branson Vs Tam 25-36
  • Redwood Vs JS 22-33
  • Redwood Vs Tam 22-33

Girls

  1. Glennis Murphy   Redwood  17:23.99
  2. Callie Jones         Branson    17:49.42
  3. Grace Dailey        Branson     18:01.55
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Cross Country Results: TL, Drake, Branson and Justin Siena at China Camp

September 15, 2016

Results from Cross Country Meet at China Camp, hosted by Terra Linda: Drake, Branson, Terra Linda, Justin Siena

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Start of the girls race

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Grace of Branson winning the race

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Callie of Branson in a close 2nd place

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Hanna of Justin Siena in 3rd

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Start of the boys race

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Nicco of Drake in 1st

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Dante of Justin Siena in 2nd

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Sam of Drake in 3rd

Stinson Beach Relays Results

September 7, 2016

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From left to right Drake athletes Cooper McCarthy, Nicco Pompili, Aaron Davidson, Henry Persily, and Sam Reilly

The MCAL Cross Country season opened with the annual Stinson Beach Relays. Top team and individual results are below.

Top 5 Overall times – Boys:
1. Dante de los Santos, Justin, 9:32
2. Cooper McCarthy, Drake, 9:36
3. Sam Reilly, Drake, 9:40
4. Nicco Pompili, Drake, 9:46
5. Nick Wong, Tam, 9:59.
Top Teams – Boys:
1. Drake
2. Tam
3. Drake
4. Justin Sienna
5. Tam
6. Drake
Top Teams – Girls:
1. Justin Siena
2. Tam
3. Drake
4. Branson
5. MC
Top 5 Overall Times – Girls
1. Hanna Chau, Justin: 10:39
2. Grace Dailey, Branson: 11:11
3. Callie Jones, Branson: 11:11
4. Ariel Kivela, Justin, 11:27
5. Amy Kohlbrenner, Drake: 11:29
6. Lauren Tanel, Tam: 11:35

 

Ran Marin Summer Training Starts June 6th!

Get your applications in for Ran Marin Summer Training 2016! The first week of training starts June 6th. 8 weeks of individualized summer training schedules, t-shirts, and weekly group runs included!

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Details:

Dates: June 6th-July 31st, 2016

Price: Cost: $250 (Includes Ran Marin t-shirt) or $325 with sports nutrition add-on option

Download application here: ranmarin-summer-training-application and email WeRanMarin@gmail.com to sign up!

Ran Marin Summer Training 2016!

Our 5th summer of Ran Marin Summer Training is back with a customized program of 8 weeks of individualized summer training plus optional group runs!cropped-headlands.jpg

Details:

Dates: June 6th-July 31st, 2016

Price: Cost: $250 (Includes Ran Marin t-shirt) or $325 with sports nutrition add-on option

Download application here: ranmarin-summer-training-application and email WeRanMarin@gmail.com to sign up!

 

https://ranmarin.com/category/ran-marin-summer-training-program/

Ran Marin Summer Training 2016!

Track season is here, but it’s not too early to start thinking about your summer running and training program plans. Ran Marin Summer Training will be back for a 5th summer!

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ran_marin_winter_3_2013What’s included:

  • 8 weeks of individualized summer training based on your running/athletic background, running goals, and summer schedule
  • Group runs a minimum of once/week to receive supervised training and instruction from coaches on group training runs and workouts on the trails of Marin Headlands_5

Who Should Enroll:

  • The summer schedule you will receive can be followed from anywhere, so it’s perfect for athletes with busy summer schedules or individuals that live within or outside of the Bay Area
  • In addition to entering and graduating high school athletes, this program is open to college students with individual, club, or team running or athletic goals

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Details:

Dates: June 6th-July 31st, 2016

Price: Cost: $250 (Includes Ran Marin t-shirt) or $325 with sports nutrition add-on option

Download application here: ranmarin-summer-training-application and email WeRanMarin@gmail.com to sign up!

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About the coaches:

Liz Gill is in her fifth year directing the summer running program for Ran Marin. She is the Head Track and Field Coach at Marin College and offers individualized running, nutrition, training, and sport coaching services here. You can also find her at Whole Athlete as a running coach, an instructor with MoveWith teaching Train from the Trails: Trail Running and Strength Training for Runners at Baker Beach in San Francisco on Wednesdays at 7am. She is also an ambassador for Sisu Girls, which inspires young women to find their inner grit and resilience through sport and outdoor adventure.

Her athletic background includes competing as an NCAA Division 1 cross country and track and field athlete for four years at Columbia University and a year at University of Southern California (fight on!). She was recently inducted into the Columbia University Athletics Hall of Fame as part of the first women’s team to be inducted in school history. She has worked as a cross country and track coach at Branson, backpacking guide in Central America, manager of an adapted paddling program, and group leader for high altitude training and service learning trips in Kenya and Peru. She is a USATF Certified Level 1 coach and certified in Wilderness First Aid, Sports First Aid, and CPR.

Linda Broderick Gill is a USATF Certified Level 1 coach. She was the Head Cross Country Coach at The Branson School for six years and has been a Branson Track distance coach for eleven years. She was the Head Cross Country Coach at Marin Catholic for one year. She was an assistant cross country and track coach at Drake High School for one and a half years. An incredibly accomplished runner, Linda competed in Cross Country and Track at Tamalpais HS and she won the CIF State mile in 1976. She went on to become a national class runner at UCLA as an All-American. A highlight was being part of the UCLA Track and Field National Championship Team in 1977. She was inducted into the Marin Country Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from UCLA.

Previous testimonials from Ran Marin alums:

“Participating in the Ranmarin training program last summer and this winter has been one of the key secrets to achieving a peak level of fitness during the season. Ranmarin 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 Ranmarin 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)

“Ranmarin 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)

“Ranmarin 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)

Getting Excited for MCALS!

Good luck to everyone at MCALs tomorrow!

We loved seeing the article in the Marin IJ with a shout out to Ran Marin Summer Training! Check out the awesome story on Branson runner Grace Dailey if you haven’t already:

http://www.marinij.com/sports/20151108/prep-cross-country-branson-sophomore-daileys-passion-for-cross-country-grows-with-each-race

MCAL CROSS COUNTRY DUAL MEETS START

The MCAL Cross Country Dual Meet Season kicked off this week with three separate races.  On Wednesday, Branson, Terra Linda, and Justin-Sienna raced at Tam.  On Thursday, San Marin and San Rafael raced at Redwood’s Tennessee Valley Course while Novato and Drake raced on  Marin Catholic’s Crown Road Course.

On Wednesday, Grace Dailey of Branson won the girl’s race while Neil Johnson of Tam won the boys’ race.

Wednesday’s Individual and Team Results:  TamBransonJSTL Results 9-16-15

Start of Girls Race at Tam

Start of Girls Race at Tam

On Thursday at Crown Road, Jeremy Leary of Drake won the boys’ race while Tori Buckley of Novato won the girls’ race.

Drake's Jeremy Leary won the Boys' Race.

Drake’s Jeremy Leary won the Boys’ Race.

MC, Novato, Drake Results:  MC DUAL MEET NOV DRAKE 9_17_15

Down on Redwood’s Tennessee Valley course, Andy Ehrenberg of Redwood won the boy’s race while Gillian Wagner of Redwood won the girls.

Redwood, San Rafael, San Marin Results:

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Ran Marin Summer Training 2015!

Ran Marin Summer Training 2015 is back for a 4th summer and sign-ups are available now!

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In the program you’ll receive 8 weeks of customized summer training depending on your background and goals for the summer and fall. The program is open to cross country runners, multi-sport athletes, and anyone looking to build a base in running with individualized summer training. The program can be followed from anywhere! This program also includes a few group runs and individualized meetings with the coaches. Explore the trails of Marin with other runners and learn about optimal nutrition, recovery, and injury prevention for runners.

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What’s new this summer:

Sports Nutrition add-on option that includes running tailored sports nutrition information including what to eat before and after training and races to minimize GI distress, maximize performance, and support recovery and immune health. Will include a information session with the latest recommendations backed by science from ACSM, NCSM, and AIS and opportunities to ask questions and apply information throughout the program.

Email WeRanMarin@gmail.com to sign up for Ran Marin’s Summer Training Program before the May 15th deadline!

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HERERANMARIN Summer Training Application
June 1st-July 26th, 2015; Cost: $225 (Includes Ran Marin t-shirt) or $300 with sports nutrition add-on option
HeadlandsAbout the Ran Marin Coaches:
Liz Gill competed for Branson high school in Marin before going on to compete at the NCAA D1 level in cross country and track for Columbia University (’14 hall of fame inductee for ’05 women’s cross country team) and as a fifth year in graduate school at USC. She holds a MS in Kinesiology. She spent 3 years coaching at Branson and has worked as a group leader for Strive trips, an organization that leads high school athletes on training and community service trips in Kenya and Peru.
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Linda Broderick Gill: Linda is a USATF Certified Level 1 coach. She was the Head Cross Country Coach at The Branson School for six years and has been a Branson Track distance coach for eleven years. She was the Head Cross Country Coach at Marin Catholic for one year. She was an assistant Cross Country and track coach at Drake High School for one and a half years. Linda competed in Cross Country and Track at Tamalpais HS and she won the CIF State mile in 1976. She went on to become a national class runner at UCLA where she was part of the UCLA Track and Field National Championship Team in 1977.