Interested in forming a team for the Boulder Corporate Relays National Championship, take a look below and do not hesitate to contact us.
If you plan to put together a team to compete in a corporate track meet, you will soon discover you need more than fleet young sprinters or crusty old road racers. The structure of the events in a typical corporate track meet emphasizes teams over individual performance and includes virtually all age and gender combinations. There are even a few races where you will need to get some senior managers to huff and puff their way around the track. Therefore it is critical to recruit participants for your running team, not just from confirmed runners, but from across a broad representation of your employees.
|Title Page||125K||Title page, Contents, Introduction|
|Chapter 1||112K||Why Have a Corporate Running Team?|
|Chapter 2||147K||Learning About Corporate Running Activities in Your Area|
|Chapter 3||108K||Recruiting Runners for Your Team|
|Chapter 4||114K||Conditioning Guidlines|
|Chapter 5||112K||Preparing for Sprint Events|
|Chapter 6||113K||Preparing for Middle-Distance Events|
|Chapter 7||121K||Preparing for Road Races|
|Chapter 8||110K||Preparing for Field Events|
|Chapter 9||113K||Organizing a Team for the Corporate National Championships|
|Chapter 10||65K||Arranging for Uniforms and Equipment|
|Chapter 11||117K||Raising Funds|
|Chapter 12||111K||Pulling it All Together: The Role of the Team Captain|
|Chapter 13||105K||Putting Together a Team Strategy for Competitive Events|