The RUNATL Podcast is hosted by Big Peach Running Co. Founder, Mike Cosentino, and Director of Marketing, Dave “D2” Martinez. This week our Guests are Lakeside High School Cross Country Coach Barbe & Clarkston High School Cross Country Coach Etienne.
D2 has safely returned from Grand Cayman and, unbelievably enough, it is already that time of year when local students head back to school and a new cross-country season commences! To help all of us get ready for the action ahead AND to further the prospects for success this season for student-athletes, coaches and parents alike, we’ve brought two (2) of the Atlanta-area’s most accomplished coaches… More specifically, Coach Rick Barbe of Lakeside High School and Coach Wesley Etienne of Clarkston High School join us and provide abundant guidance for all of us, whether we’re actively involved in the sport this season or not. And especially for young coaches, parents and young prospective runners, this is a treasure chest! Be sure to share this broadcast with everyone you know who is a runner, cross-country athlete or a friend or family member of a student-athlete anywhere!
Also, don’t forget to mention your school affiliation next time you shop at Big Peach Running Co. (BPRC) to save 10% on all your purchases. And, of course, keep-in-mind no place has a better selection of XC spikes and training shoes than BPRC!
Here is the complete set of show notes for our sixth episode:
SHOW NOTES for Episode #6
If D2’s commentary on Grand Cayman fired up your Caribbean soul, check this out to learn more and plan your own excursion.
To learn more about the teams and program that have accomplished so much AND written such a special story at Clarkston High School, read this great article from ESPN.
And, of course, please don’t forget that you can always connect with us AND enter your question for the “Podcast Payout” at email@example.com! In the next podcast, we’ll be giving away brand new RUNATL tees…
Thank you for listening! We will connect with you soon and be back the week of August 7th. Until then, may your best miles be those covered on foot!