Welcome to Newbury Park Track Club
Simply put, we are the youth running club for Newbury Park, California.
We promote basic fitness through exercise, proper diet, teamwork, personal victories, having fun, and creating memorable competitive experiences. Through Track & Field in the Spring and Cross Country in the Summer/Fall, we strive to foster a focus and commitment to health by promoting a running lifestyle. Our team of dedicated volunteers provide the necessary training for each athlete to excel and achieve their personal best!
Congrats to Collin!
OUR COACHES ROCK!
There are two ways you can volunteer to cover your three-shift obligation per family for the 2023 season: full-season assignments or signing up for three volunteer shifts.
For more information on Volunteering, Full-season assignments, Volunteer Shifts, What is entailed in volunteering and more Please click below for more information.
Thanks to everyone who came out and helped put on our first home meet of the season. A special shoutout to Gabe Bernardino, who broke the club record for the 3200 m (two mile) run with a time of 10:48:67! Way to go Gabe!
We’ll see you at 8:30 a.m. this Saturday, April 2 for our next home meet.
The 2022 season is now open for all to register! Act now, space is limited!
Dear NP Track Club Families,
Thank you for your patience as we have worked to secure the 2022 season. We are pleased to announce that we will have a season that will include weekly practice and meets at the NPHS track! To all of our wonderful parents who wrote letters to the administration – THANK YOU! It worked!
We will open registration very soon – hopefully this weekend. We will allow returning families to register first, and will then open registration to new families.
We expect the season to begin January 31 or early in February, as soon as the new netting is installed at the NPHS field.
Please be on the lookout for more information regarding our parents meeting, which will occur this month.
Lastly, if you are interested in coaching this season (and we are interested in you being interested), please reach out to head coach Romana Danicova (firstname.lastname@example.org).
See you soon!
The 2017 VCYTC Championships meet took place at Moorpark High School this past Saturday, May 6th It was a fantastic day and no less than 10 club and meet records were broken by Newbury Park Track Club athletes:
Youth Division boy Christian Middleton ran 23.13 in the 200 meters, improving his 23.46 club record set 4/1/17. This was also the meet record. Christian also ran 52.40 in the 400 meters, bettering his 52.80 set on 4/22/17!
Bantam Boy Chase Hansen ran a 64.55 400 meters, bettering his 64.78 club record set 4/22/17.
Youth Boy Nicholas Goldstein ran 4:41.10 in the 1600 meters, beating the 43 year old record of 4:44.9 set in 1974 by Steve Smith. This was also the fastest 1600 meters in club history.
The Girls 11-12 4×100 relay of Lauren Scully, Anja Slattum, Paige Scully, Ailish Hawkins took out the club record by running 54.36. The previous record of 54.66 was set in 2012. This same outstanding team also broke the 4×400 relay record in 4:27.35, over three seconds faster than the previous record of 4:30.41 set in 2011. This time was also the meet record.
The Boys 9-10 4×400 relay team of Carson Richter, Jaxsen Stokes, Alex Karsten, Chase Hansen broke their previous record in a blistering time of 4:43.50. The previous record of 4:45.98 was set by them on 4/9/17.
Midget Division girl Ailish Hawkins ran a 2:29.55 800 meter meet record, beating the 13 year old meet record of 2:31.86. Way to go, Ailish!
Detailed results for the VCYTC Championships meet are at THIS LINK.