enjoyed coaching track and field. He assisted in the development of a school
track team that was undefeated in dual meets for four straight
years. He helped win two New York City track
championships back to back with two different schools.
125 schools qualified to compete in the
city championship meet
at Randall's Island.)
Cybrary Man then served as his school district's Track
Commissioner. He developed a very successful track program for
the five middle schools that that produced many outstanding runners.
He is very proud that the program included Special Education
students who performed well and he is glad that quite a few boys and girls
went on to get college
track scholarships as a result of their being in the program.
Our school district won three NYC Track Championships in four years.
You Never Know
After helping coach our school to a NYC City
Championship in Track & Field I helped organize a Field Day for our school.
Running one of the legs of a relay for his seventh grade class I spotted a young man who was
unbelievably fast. Naturally we encouraged him to go out for the track
team. He captured an individual city championship the
following year and he went on to set a world's record when he was
He qualified for the 1984 Olympic Games but unfortunately was
injured in an auto accident.
I am a big believer in interval training.
Rev up your workout with interval training
your running speed, endurance
Half Marathon 13.1 Training Tips
suggests running The Falmouth Road Race
one of the most beautiful races in America!
Falmouth Road Race
The Falmouth Road Race is one of the
top-rated events on the international circuit and annually attracts
a world-class field, racing seven scenic miles from Woods Hole to
Falmouth Heights. In all, almost 10,000 recreational runners mix
with the world’s best, with an estimated 50,000 fans lining the
course, making this one of the top sporting attractions in New
England and a centerpiece of summer on Cape Cod.
About the Falmouth Road Race: The Falmouth Road Race was founded
in 1973 and has been named the "Best USA Road Race" by Runner’s
World magazine. It has also been featured in Life Magazine and
Sports Illustrated, as well as on CBS television and ESPN. Last July
it was named in Sports Illustrated "One of the 25 essential things
to do in the summer." It was the only road race listed. Proceeds
from the race benefit Falmouth school programs and youth
organizations. The race annually receives more than 25,000 requests
for entry forms and fills its field of 10,000 in less than a week.
|Notes from the Coach: It is
wise to set a goal for yourself. Plan to run a race and then
train for it. In the 1960's I did the Marathon distance when cars used
to run us off the road. Hiking and running was easy for me during
Army Basic Training. In the 1980's I enjoyed running Half
Marathons. Wish they had triathlons in my running years as I
loved swimming & biking then too. Now, I am content to work out on the
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Armory Track & Field
Association: Boston Marathon
The New York
York City page
In training I used to enjoy running single file and the last
runner had to overtake the front runner and so on...
Cross Country Running Tips
Hurdles First - Training Tips
Hurdle Training Manual
Track and Field Jump and Throw Events
Olympic Discus Throw Rules
Olympic Hammer Throw Rules
Illustrated High Jump Technique
Olympic Javelin Throw Rules
Olympic Long Jump Rules
Triple Jump Technique
Cross Training Exercise Benefits and Techniques
Training | Runner's World & Running Times
Cross Training Improves Fitness and Reduces Injury:
Workouts Can Improve Performance and Reduce Burn-out
Cross Fit page
Go for it!
Train — like an athlete.
Eat — like a nutritionist.
Sleep — like a baby.
WIN — like a champion.