WCCCA CLINIC SPEAKERS

Elaine Gonya, LAT, MSEd - AURORA REHABILITATION CENTER
After completing her undergraduate studies at Otterbein University in Ohio, Elaine Gonya received her graduate degree in exercise physiology and nutrition from the University of Kansas. Her certifications and specializations include: Selective Functional Movement Assessment screening clinician, Aurora Sports Medicine Institute's Certified Performance Pitching specialist, Aurora Shoulder Specialist Committee, and Aurora ACL Prevention Program Co-coordinator. In addition-to her role as an 'outreach athletic trainer for Aurora Sports Medicine Institute, she maintains clinic hours for patient care and coordination of Parkinson's Fitness and Stroke Rehabilitation Programs. For patients experiencing neurological compromise, she brings an expertise in core activation/stabilization techniques that foster proprioceptive improvement

Arnie Miehe -
35 years of coaching at Darlington High School 34 conference championships 23 teams qualified for state 5 state runners up 7 state championships Member of the WCCCA Hall of Fame Named NFHS National Boys Coach of the Year in 2015 Began the Academic All State award in 1993 and have coordinated it since then Past president of the WCCCA Member of the WCCCA Hall Of Fame committee. Attended UW-Platteville where he played football for 1 year and ran cross country and track for 3 years. He was a middle of the pack runner. He graduated with a phy. ed. major anf health minor.

Blair Schaper - HEAD CC COACH, WISCONSIN LUTHERAN GIRLS

  • Teacher for 31 years at the elementary and now secondary level.
  • Grade school coach and Athletic Director for 17 years
  • High School Girls Cross Country Coach for 23 years
  • WIAA State Runner-Up D2 Teams in 2007 and 2009
  • WIAA State Cross Country appearances - 13 since 2004
  • WIAA State CC D2 Meet: Top 5 finish - 10 of last 11 years

Carrie Tollefson - ELITE MIDDLE DISTANCE RUNNER
Carrie was born and raised in Dawson, Minnesota where she was a 13-time State Champion: eight in track and five in cross country. Her five cross country titles established a national record for most consecutive titles, which still stands to this day. Carrie attended Villanova University, where she was a 5-time NCAA Champion and the 1998 NCAA Indoor Track Athlete of the year. She was also the first person in NCAA history to win both the 3K and 5K titles. In her post collegiate career, she was a three time national champion and after winning the 1500m trials in 2004, she represented the US in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.

Warming Their Winter

If you are headed to the WCCCA cross country clinic in Milwaukee, Jan 06, Jan 07. We are sponsoring Warming Their Winter(Men’s, Women’s, and Children’s Warm Clothing-Shoes,coats,sweaters,sweatshirts,long sleeve t-shirts,long underwear) for the homeless/needy at Waukesha County St.Vincent DePaul.

WHAT TO DO:(It's simple)

  1. Ask your runners,friends,etc. to bring you (Men’s, Women’s, and Children’s Warm Clothing-coats, sweaters, long sleeve t-shirts, sweat shirts, shoes, any thing to help.)
  2. Place them in a plastic bag.
  3. Bring to the WCCCA clinic & drop off at the REGISTRATION table.
  4. FREE gift for the highest number of ITEMS collected.

We hope to see you at the clinic & encourage your participation in the "Warming Their Winter" program.

Dates

Friday, January 06, 2017 Saturday, January 07, 2017

LOCATION

Embassy Suites by Hilton
1200 South Moorland Road
Brookfield, WI 53005
(262) 782-2900 More…

COSTS

Check       PayPal      Option
($90.00)    ($93.75)    FRI, SAT
($70.00)    ($72.92)    FRI
($55.00)    ($57.30)    SAT
($20.00)    ($20.91)    DUES

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