310 Running’s cross country season is set to begin on Monday August 27th.
Whether you are looking to race at OFSAA, Provincials or Nationals, our competitive cross country program will provide you with the running fitness & form necessary for success.
Just looking to train? We have that covered too with our recreational stream. Same great workouts without the expectation of competition.
For more information on our competitive program or to register, CLICK HERE or if you are interested in our fall recreational program, CLICK HERE
310 Running sent a talented pair of athletes to Brandon, Manitoba to compete at the Legion Nationals on August 10-12.
Aysia Maurice, who competed as a member of Team Ontario, had a very busy but successful weekend earning a bronze in the U16 girls 1200 & fourth place finishes in the U16 girls 2000 & 1500 steeplechase.
Aysia’s times of 3:34.91 in the 1200 & 6:24.57 in the 2000 represent new U15 Ontario records. These were 2 of the 5 Provincial records set by Aysia this year.
Tara Johannink competed in her first National Championship in the U16 girls high jump. Tara’s 1.50m jump equalled her personal best & was good for 13th place overall. Tara was one of 6 girls that cleared 1.50m.
Now that Mother Nature has released us from her icy April grip, it is time to officially take our training outdoors.
On Monday, April 23 we will start our Outdoor Competitive & Spring Recreational track programs at Humberview Secondary School in Bolton starting at 6:30 pm.
Our competitive program is designed to provide athletes with competition level training in a variety of track & field events including running (sprints & mid-distance), hurdles, steeplechase & high jump.
Competitive athletes are given the opportunity to participate in local, Provincial, National & International track meets depending on their level of performance.
Our spring recreational program is ideal for athletes who are new to track & field or those that want to cross train to improve their overall speed, strength and stamina.
Recreational athletes do not compete, however, coaches may offer a recreational athlete the opportunity to do so if they feel that an athlete is ready and that the experience will be beneficial.
For more information on any of our programs, please click here. To register, please click here.
310 Running hosted its first warm weather training camp in Phoenix, Arizona during the 2018 March Break.
Eleven athletes, three coaches & a chaperone took advantage of the perfect Arizona weather to start the transition from indoor to outdoor track & field. With exclusive use of a local high school track, the team was able to get in some solid mid-distance, hurdle & high jump work. The track & field training was augmented with some challenging hikes over some spectacular terrain including climbs up Camelback Mountain & Piestewa Peak & a descent into the Grand Canyon.
Sharing a beautiful 4800 sq. ft. home in downtown Phoenix provided a unique opportunity for the team to bond at the track, on the trails, in the kitchen & by the pool.
Special thanks to Monique Della Penna (aka Momma Monique) who went way beyond expectation taking care of the team, Coach Jamie Tarling who kept the house under control & in chaos all at the same time & Coach Nicole Skimming who taught our hurdlers that you must get over the hurdle…every time…or else.
Details for the 2019 Arizona training camp will be available in August.