AJ Acosta talked about dealing with a race once it ends and how to learn from the experience.
AJ Acosta discusses 1500 racing strategies and tactics that he uses to be successful.
AJ Acosta discussed his strategies for finishing a race strong over the last 150 meters.
Kim Conley demonstrates two dynamics exercises she sues to start her dynamic warm up.
Lauren Wallace using the Ickey shuffle on the agility ladder to improve quickness and lower leg strength.
Kim Conley uses jumping rope to warm up and improve power in her stride.
Decathlon World record holder and Olympic gold medalist Ashton Eaton explains how he mentally prepares himself for the last event of the dec, the dreaded 1500m.
The Hoyas arrive in Terre Haute for the NCAA XC Championships and prepare for the toughest fight of their season.
The Hoyas travel to State College, PA to compete in the Mid-Atlantic Regional. This group loves to keep it lighthearted and fun in the moments leading up to the race, but when the gun goes off, it’s all business. With one race to go before Terre Haute, Georgetown looks to execute their tactics in the same way that they will at NCAAs. Go out conservative, then swallow up the field in the second half.
Less than a year after winning the 2011 NCAA XC Championships, the Georgetown women learned that coach Chris Miltenberg had accepted the job at Stanford. Feeling abandoned, the Hoyas waited to see who would lead them next. In came Mike Smith, a former Hoya who had worked with coaching legend Jack Daniels in Flagstaff before returning to coach his alma mater. After Georgetown struggled to a 12th place finish in Smith’s first season in 2012, the young coach knew things had to change. His message? Buy in, or get out.