Race 1 of the 2020-21 In Person Season Results

We are thrilled that the first races of the season went off without a hitch.  The weather was great.  The crowd was great. Getting outdoors with a healthy purpose was awesome!  Congratulations to the top 10 finishers of each race.  We are proud of everyone who got out there and finished the race!

Here are our Top 10 Finishers of the 4/22/21 races:

 

 

Girls
1. Heidi Duncan
2. Avery Trueblood
3. Loralei Stumler
4. Analeigh Porter
5. Olivia Hopf
6. Isabella Siefring
7. Scarlet Rickard
8. Lyla Riddle
9. Grace Finn
10. Chloe Warren
 
Boys
1. Trevor Garmon
2. Grady Mayfield
3. Hudson Everett
4. Brooks Lozier
5. Colin Hunchman
6. Jack Hornung
7. Keegan Wardlaw
8. Chandler Engle
9. Eli Barksdale
10. Caleb Goldman

See you next week!

 

 

Registration for 2021 NATC Spring Season is Open

We are happy to announce the New Albany Track Club will have a shorter and different, but just as fun season this spring!

Due to Covid (aren’t you tired of hearing that?), we will not be offering a season through the school system this spring.  Rather, we will have races for individual runners on April 22, April 29, and May 6.  We still encourage you to practice on your own or with a buddy and come to the races ready to go.

For timely response to questions and updates, instructions, weather notifications, and other important information, LIKE and FOLLOW our New Albany Track Club FACEBOOK page.

Follow the link below or click here to register your 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grader runner in Floyd County (registration is required).

https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=135368

We’d love it if you could share the news about the upcoming season.  We look forward to seeing you out there in April.

And until then,

Run Fast!

Week 1 of Our 1st Virtual Run Completed!

A big CONGRATULATIONS to all of our week 1 participants who ran a mile last week, and an AWESOME job to the family who supported them along the way!
For week 2 you can submit your participation by following this link 

The theme for week 2 (September 14-20) is School Pride!

We love ALL of our schools! Can you get a teacher or staff member to run with you this week?  Extra points for administrators!  Even if you get a group of friends from you school, we want to see you run with school pride.  You don’t have to run together, but the school with the most staff and teacher participants will earn points for all of their student runners.

Don’t forget about the courses we have marked at both Sam Peden Community and Galena Lamb Parks, and make sure to enter your information following the link above once you have completed your mile.

As with any run, we want you to be safe.  Make sure you drink plenty of water and run responsibly with a trusted friend or adult.

We look forward to seeing your progress. Run FAST!

First Ever Virtual NATC Season

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Join us for our first EVER New Albany Track Club Virtual Season.

We know many of you are sad we can’t run in person this fall.  But that doesn’t mean you can’t still run!!  We want to cheer you on (and recognize some runners, of course!)

Be sure to follow our New Albany Track Club Facebook page and check it often for more details.

Facebook.com/natrackclub

Have fun and Run Fast!!

 

 

 

2019 Race 3 Results Posted!

A BIG thank you to Dr. Ernstberger, Dr. Black Eye Associates, and their team for coming out to cheer our runners on!

Race Results have been posted under the results tab on the homepage.

See you next week! We will be taking team pictures and running the mascot race, which is always fun to watch!!

Race 4 will begin at approximately 6pm next Thursday.

2019 Season Race 1 Sponsored by Pacers & Racers Results Posted!

What a great start to a new season!

A BIG thank you to Pacers & Racers for setting up the course and running the race today.  We had over 500 runners and their families come out and for the race today.

The results for individual times and Team Scores/Top 10 Runner scores are posted under the Results tab.  Be sure to check out your runner’s time and help them work hard to improve over the next few races.

Run Fast!