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Head Cross Country Coach
Week 1: (8/12)
We have a Cubs Food bagging fundraiser scheduled on September 8 from 10am to 6pm -- it's important that we have a good turnout, so please put it on your calendars. We will also need parent volunteers. The signup sheet is found on the team webpage here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15bjtgW55ur5EFXM7x-q2khvyf9a_VaoyUhNJAKl4yp0/edit#gid=1655083853
See team calendar for meet details and locations. Schedule is subject to change, please watch this page and the FB team page for updates.
August 12: First Day of Practice
August 19: Run n' Fun
August 29: St. Olaf Showcase
September 6: Cambridge-Isanti Invite
September 12: St. Francis Invite
September 21: Milaca Mega Meet
September 27: Mounds View (JV Only)
September 28: Griak
October 5: Swain Invite
October 8: Princeton Invite
October 15: SEC Meet at Tanners Brook
October 24: Section 7AA @ Cloquet
November 2: State at St. Olaf
Practice starts on Monday, August 12th at 8:00am at the track. Make sure registration is taken care of before the first day.
Registration instructions and forms can be found here: https://rangers.flaschools.org/page/show/842387-registration-
http://file:///C:/Users/owner/Downloads/2019%20Summer%20Cross%20Country%20Training.pdfSummer training will be Monday-Friday at 8:00am starting on June 17th
Locations for the runs, Monday-Thursday meet at the track, Friday meet at William O'Brien side entrance (cty 4, Ostrum Trail)
This will have information for summer running as well as the upcoming season. Everyone is encouraged to sign up.
Welcome to the 2019 Forest Lake Boys Cross Country team. I am looking forward to a great summer of training and continuing the great tradition of Forest Lake Cross Country. All are welcome to run and I encourage any 7th-12th grade student looking for a fun and competitive fall sport to try Cross Country.
Attached above you will find a summer training schedule. The workouts are tiered based on previous running experience. All new runners should follow the tier 3 workouts to avoid injury. Experienced runners can follow tiers 1 and 2. Adjustments can be made to decrease the workload to avoid injury. It is important to train hard but also to train smart (right shoes, running easy on recovery days, hydration, stretching, etc.)
2016 Section 7AA runner-up and state qualifier