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Level 1 School
December 7, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - December 9, 2018 @ 4:30 pm$205 – $255
*Attendance at all classroom sessions required in order to receive access to the Level 1 exam – schedule subject to change.
Friday – December 7
5:00-5:30 PM Registration
5:30-6:00 PM Introduction
6:00-7:00 PM Positive Coaching
7:00-8:00 PM Psychology
8:00-9:30 PM Training Theory
Saturday – December 8
8:30-9:30 AM Physiology
9:30-10:30 AM Ethics and Risk Management
10:30-12:00 PM Bio-motor Training for Speed and Power Events
12:00-1:00 PM Lunch (on your own)
1:00-2:00 PM Biomechanics
2:00-5:30 PM Sprints/Hurdles/Relays
5:30-6:30 PM Dinner (on your own)
6:30-9:30 PM Endurance/Racewalk
Sunday – December 9
9:00-12:00 PM Jumps
12:00-1:00 PM Lunch (on your own)
1:00-4:00 PM Throws
4:15-4:30 PM Wrap up
$205.00 – Pre-registration (received by midnight (EST) November 23, 2018)
$255.00 – Late and on-site registration (received after midnight (EST) November 23, 2018)
All online and onsite registrations require a credit or debit card for payment. No cash or personal checks will be accepted.
Click here to Register Online now. If you have problems registering online please contact the school director.
(A current USATF membership is required to register–please join online if you are not a member.)
All received registrations are posted on the Registration Status page (Once on the registration status page click on the school location in blue to view the registration list).
Refund policy: 1/2 of the registration fee ($ 102.50) will be refunded after the pre- registration deadline and no refund will be given after the start date of the school.
If you have any difficulties with the online registration process, please contact the School Director.
Any student requesting ADA accommodations must make that request at the time of completing the application/registration, and support the request with the appropriate documentation sent to the Director of Coaching, firstname.lastname@example.org. Said application/registration must be completed no later than six (6) weeks prior to the school opening in order to ensure the availability of any such reasonable accommodations or other required assistance during the Level 1 coaching school.
St. John’s School
2401 Claremont Ln
Houston, TX 77019
From I-59: Take the Buffalo Speedway exit and go north. After crossing W. Alabama St., the MS/LS/Fine Arts/Athletics facilities will be on the right. Continue on Buffalo Speedway and cross Westheimer. After crossing Westheimer, Buffalo Speedway turns into Claremont.
From Loop 610: Take Westheimer east to Claremont/Buffalo Speedway. Turn left on Claremont for the Upper School and the Admission Office, or turn right on Buffalo Speedway.
Campus map and directions
There is no Level 1 School hotel. However, there are several hotels in the area. Please refer to booking.com, traveladvisor.com, trivago.com or your preferred accommodations site for rooms. St. John’s School is near the intersection of I-610 and I-69. All session will be at St. Johns School.
Sue Humphrey: was the 2004 Head Women’s Olympic Coach and has received the Nike Coach of the Year Award. She has had several years of experience coaching elite, collegiate, and high school athletes; including Charles Austin, the 1996 Olympic Gold medalist in the high jump. She is the only female coach to have NCAA champions in the high jump, long jump and triple jump. She holds USATF Level 2 certifications in sprints/hurdles/relays and jumps.
Richie Mercado: is the St. John’s High School (Houston, TX) Head Track & Field Coach and has coached 30+ years. He recently earned his USATF Level 3 and IAAF Level V Elite Coach Diploma in the Jumps. He also has a USATF Level 2 in the combined events and is the Jr. Coordinator for USA Heptathlon. He serves as secretary of the NACACTFCA (North America, Central America and Caribbean Track & Field Coaches Association).
Cheryl Mitchell: is Level 2 certified in endurance, throws, jumps and sprints. She has been a Level 1 Instructor in the Houston area. With 29 years of coaching experience, she has coached multiple athletes who have gone on to compete at the collegiate level, including Raveyn Rogers. She coaches girls’ cross country and track and field at the Kinkaid School (Houston, TX).