Discover Everything You Need to Know to Set New Personal Bests from 800 - 3200 Meters... Plus Cross Country!

If You Want To Register For The Distance Group, You're In The Right Place


Think About How Much You'll Learn From Our Diverse and Experienced Group of Distance Experts, Including...

Jason Saretsky (Harvard University)

(Featured Clinician) Jason Saretsky is the Director of Track and Field and Cross Country at Harvard University. During his 11 season tenure at Harvard, the Crimson have accomplished 29 All-America performances. He has mentored 40 NCAA qualifiers, 119 NCAA regional qualifiers, coached his athletes to nine individual ECAC/IC4A titles with 89 Heptagonal champions in addition to a number of school records and personal bests. Saretsky had a successful career at Iona as a Head Coach of Track and Field and Cross Country before he began at Harvard. He helped Iona's men's cross country team to four-consecutive top-10 finishes at the NCAA Championships, including a pair of fourth-place finishes, and three NCAA regional titles in four years. Iona's women's cross country program won its first two Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference titles and he coached 18 individuals to the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships, where 14 earned All-America honors in distance events.

Renny Waldron (Davidson College)

(Featured Clinician) Prior to Davidson, Waldron served as a volunteer assistant at Harvard where he worked with the men's distance runners. Prior to working with the Crimson, Waldron served at the assistant track and field coach and cross country coordinator at Northeastern from 2006-12. At Northeastern, Waldron saw 18 school records fall in the distance events and helped six individuals to CAA titles from 2010-12. He helped Northeastern to its highest-ever finish in the conference and mentored Eric Jenkins, who posted a pair of sub-four minute mile times and was the only freshman to qualify for the NCAA final in the 1,500 in 2011. Prior to his time at Northeastern, Waldron served as the head cross country and track and field coach at nearby Cambridge Rindge and Latin from 2004-06. He oversaw the entire boys team and led them to eight Greater Boston League championships.

Tim Springfield (Brown University)

(Featured Clinician) Tim Springfield was named the director of Track & Field and Cross Country at Brown University in 2013. In addition to this role, he serves as the head coach of the men's cross country team. He has coached his athletes to break 12 school records during a year long span and have qualified eight men's distance runners for the first round of the NCAA Championships, two of which advanced to the Championships. Since joining the Bears, 34 marks on the All-Time Brown top-ten list have been set. The men's team have also earned a third place finish at the Track & Field and Cross Country Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.

Kim Spence (Wheaton College - MA)

(Associate Clinician) Kim Spence '04, who also serves as head coach for the men's and women's cross country programs, begins her 11th season overall as a coach at Wheaton and fourth overall as a member of the track & field staff. As a four-year member of the indoor and outdoor track & field teams at Wheaton, and a cross country runner her senior year, Spence helped the Lyons win six NCAA track & field championships. A two-year captain for each track & field squad, she earned All-America honors in the indoor 4x400-meter relay and the outdoor 3,000-meter steeplechase as a senior after drawing honors as a sophomore for the indoor 800-meter run. Spence qualified seven times for New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference honors. In cross country, she was an all-region and all-conference runner during her lone season of competition.

Anna Willard (Boston College - MA)

Anna Willard has been competing professionally for over a decade, in a career that includes five US National Championships, Olympic & World Championships finals and world rankings across multiple events. Willard competed collegiately at Brown University as an undergrad, where she was an All-American and held 10 school records upon graduation in 2006. As a graduate at the University of Michigan, Willard became the NCAA Champion in the 3000m steeplechase, won multiple Big 10 Championships and was named Michigan’s female athlete of the year for 2006-07. In an illustrious track & field career, Willard would become the only female athlete in the world ever to have run sub-2:00 in the 800M, sub-4:00 in the 1500M, and sub-9:30 in the 3K steeplechase.

Willard transitioned to a career in coaching while also competing professionally. As a volunteer at the University of Michigan, Willard helped guide the Wolverines to a top-3 finish at the Big 10 Championships, and 21st place finish at the NCAA Cross Country Championships. From 2015 on, Willard built a thriving, private coaching business, with a large and diverse roster of athletes.

We will update and increase our staff list as registration numbers increase.

2022 Complete Track & Field Clinic Distance Group Details

  • Dates

    Saturday July 16th & Sunday July 17th, 2022

  • Times

    9 AM – 4 PM each day. Registration begins at 7:30 AM on Saturday and 8:00 AM on Sunday.

  • Location

    Harvard University
    65 North Harvard Street
    Boston, Massachusetts 02163

  • Eligibility

    All Endurance Athletes aged 14-19. Our attendees range from kids first heading into high school to young adults using this clinic as a final tune up before freshman year of college. There are no performance standards required to participate in or benefit from the skills being taught at this event.

  • Events Covered

    All Middle Distance & Distance Events:

    -Cross Country

  • Tuition

    Only $399- Covers 12 hours of instruction, T-shirt, lunch and handouts with all warmups, drills, exercises and workouts from the clinic. Our staff to athlete ratio is the lowest you’ll find at any major track and field camp or clinic!
    Registration closes for all event groups on June 18, 2022!

2022 Complete Track & Field Clinic Distance Group Details

Saturday July 16th, 2022


7:30-9:00am – Registration
9:00-9:30am – Introductions
9:30-10:00am – Stretching Routine # 1
10:00-10:30am – Stretching Routine # 2
10:30-11:00am – Big Dynamic Warmup
11:00am-12:00pm – Morning Run and/or Circuit
12:00-1:00pm – Lunch
1:00-2:00pm – Guest Speaker
2:00-3:00pm – Critical Non-Essentials of Running
3:00-3:45pm – Rope Stretch + Warm Up for Afternoon Run
3:45-4:30pm – Afternoon Run Challenge
4:30-4:45pm – Wrap Up Day 1
Sunday July 17th, 2022


8:00-9:00am - Registration
9:00-9:30am – Travel to Park
9:30-10:30am – Stretch + Long Run
10:30am-11:00am – Review Post Run Activities
11:00-12:00pm – Return to Harvard
12:00-1:00pm – Lunch
1:00-2:00pm – Race Strategy 101 (Video Session)
2:00-3:00pm – Goal Setting Breakout Sessions
3:00-3:30pm – Hurdle Mobility Routine
3:30-4:00pm – General Strength and Core Session
4:00-4:30pm – Post Workout Recovery Routine
4:00-4:30pm – Camp Wrap Up

Click Here to see the rest of the Clinic Coaching Staff

(This list will be updated as the event group fills up and we add more staff to the roster.)

Disclaimers & Other Information

  • Waiting List

    Slots in this group will sell out quickly. This is not marketing hype as last year over 400 athletes attended. If you wait to register and get put on the waiting list, the only way to get in is if someone in your group cancels. For the last 7 years, NO ONE on the waiting list has gotten into the clinic. You’ve been warned!

  • Refunds

    A non-refundable deposit of $100 is attached to all registrations in order to prevent slot hoarding and the last second bail outs preventing Wait List athletes from attending. This means, if you ask for a refund before the ‘No Refunds No Matter What’ Deadline of July 6, 2022, you will be refunded $299.00 – Your $399 registration fee less the $100 deposit.

  • Inclement Weather

    While we do have access to and will use the indoor track, the number of attendees means the 2022 Complete Track & Field Clinic will be run outdoors, rain or shine. In the event of thunder and lightning, we’ll delay the clinic until the weather passes. We cannot fit everyone indoors and to ensure the quality of the event, will not plan to do so!

  • Clinic Disclaimer

    Camps run at Harvard University are done for the benefit of the Harvard coaching staff and are not affiliated directly with Harvard University.

  • Daily Schedule

    The posted schedule is a general one and is subject to change at any time, including during the clinic itself.

  • Support

    If you have questions or need help, with registration, waivers, or securing a discounted hotel rom, please visit our Support page for answers before contacting our support team. For answers to the most common questions asked by coaches, athletes and parents, visit our FAQ page..