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The Greater Boston Track Club (GBTC) is a friendly and competitive team with approximately 200 members. We compete at the national, regional, and local levels in cross country, track and field, and trail running. GBTC provides a team-oriented, structured training environment for athletes of many abilities who train for everything from jumps and throws to sprints, road races, cross country, and marathons. Members train for several specific competitions throughout the year, and financial support is provided to compete at some major events. We sponsor athletes based on a tiered system of performance standards, and the club is a designated USATF Elite Development Club.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Distance Medley Relay Actionphoto by GreaterSnap Jess Klett set a new club record in the 500 placing third breaking Caroline Occean’s club 500 meter record of 76.43 with a 76.03 and Allison McCabe ran 2nd in the 1,000. Congratulations to … Continue reading
The club will be in full action indoors at BU from Friday afternoon to late Friday to all day Saturday. The seats are comfortable. photo by Norm Robie Read the start list to see who is running what at Boston … Continue reading
4x440yd relay actionphoto by GreaterSnap GBTC’s Jennifer Harlow jumped 1.67 meters to win the high jump, Stacey Connor threw the winning shot 12.51 meters, and Terrence Young triple jumped 13.83 meters for the win to highlight the biggest GBTC Invitational … Continue reading
Greater Boston Track Club Invitational meet director David Callum is all smiles in anticipation of the record-breaking field expected for Sunday’s Meet.photo by GreaterSnap
The list for this indoor season is now available from the “performances” link on the left side of the webpage.
Emily Ricketson at BU mini #2 won the mile at the Tiger meet at Reggie.photo by GreaterSnap At the Roxbury Community College Tigers indoor meet, GBTC runners won four races. Double winner Alex Engel became the star of the meet, … Continue reading
Jess Klett on her way to a personal best 800 in Mini #3 photo by Zach Traina In a wild and woolly 800 meter section otherwise populated by erratically running large men, 400 meter hurdle national club champion Jess Klett … Continue reading