OATCCC Track & Field Clinic January 24-26

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OATCCC Track & Field Clinic January 24-26

on 19 January 2013.

The Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches annual Track and
Field Clinic will be held at the Hilton Easton from January 24 - 26. Speakers schedule is posted at bottom on this page.The pre-registration deadline is January 11, 2013 to be eligible for banquet tickets. Registration at the clinic will be Thursday evening from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM and Friday and Saturday mornings at 7:30 AM.

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Registration form – http://www.oatccc.com/clinics/Registration%20Form%202013%20NEW.pdf

Online registration - http://ohio-association-of-track-and-cross-country-coaches.ticketleap.com/oatccc-track-and-field-clinic/

OATCCC Mission

The Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches has three key purposes. 1) To promote track & field, and cross country in all the junior and senior high schools of Ohio; and also extend support to those programs in the state's colleges and universities. 2) To cooperate with and assist the OHSAA and Ohio's colleges and universities in all the matters pertaining to maintenance, promotion, and improvement of track & field, and cross country. 3) To Recognize and award outstanding achievement and/or contribution by athletes, coaches, officials, and supporters. More - http://www.oatccc.com

The Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches annual Track and Field Clinic will be held at the Hilton Easton from January 24 - 26. Speakers schedule CLICK HERE



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