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Practice starts promptly at 3:00 pm

We will end practice between 4:30 and 5:00 pm


Athletic wear - shorts and a t-shirt

Running Shoes - a good pair of running shoes is key to track and field

Water Bottle - Each athlete should have a water bottle.  There are coolers provided for refilling a water bottle but athletes should have a water bottle to fill

While the list of required equipment is not long.  There are other items that may be useful to have.

Watch - For distance athletes they are timing reps.  For sprinters we time rest.   A basic timex ironman will work well.

Towel - Athletes may want to bring a towel.  We do stretching before and after pratice and a towel comes in handy.

Stretching Rope- We do rope stretch

Mini-Bands - WE may suggest stretching with minbands for prehab/rehab

JV Meets are usually about 3 hours in length

Invitational meets are between 6 - 8 hours in length.

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Questions about shoes.

These are the common questions we get about shoes and spikes.

All athletes need a good pair of running shoes.  If you athlete has been running Cross Country or ran last season, they will need a new pair.   

Running shoes should NOT be the everyday walk around school shoes.

Examples of running shoes:

Nike Pegasus

Asics GT-1000

Brooks Launch

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While spikes are NOT required.   Spikes are lighter than training shoes and prepare the athlete for compeition.

In baseball/softball there are different gloves for different positions.   In track and field there are different spikes for different events.

Mid Distance Spikes - For most athletes they will be using mid distance spikes.  They have a flexible sole plate and between 6- 8 spikes.

Sprint Spikes-  Sprint spikes have a firmer spike plate and more spikes (7-10).   Sprinters that are a higher level or 100M specialization will utilize sprinter spikes.

Long Jump/Triple Jump Spikes-   Jump spikes are a cross between sprint spikes and distance spikes.  They have a firm spike plate but a heel cushion to protect the heel when jumping.   These are also known as multi spikes.

Thrower Shoes - These have no spikes on them and have a sticky bottom sole to aid in the control of the spin for throwing

This is common for spikes to come loose and fall out of shoes.   Each athlete with their spikes should buy a set of replacement spikes in case they lose one.

The spikes are called pyramid spikes

The sizes that are acceptable  3/16 or 1/4