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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: February 2012
GBTC men placed second to our friends of the BAA and women placed third. Amelia Landberg placed third in the open women’s with yet another personal best. Full results are available here.
Contributed by GBTC athlete and Treasurer, Sara O’Brien: “Over here there is video of Devotia Moore in the women’s 800 m (heat 3) and on the 4th page there is Daniel Hutcherson’s best triple jump (14.92 m). Nice to see … Continue reading
Kyle Linn MacQueen continued her season’s record breaking streak smashing her own new club women’s mile record with a 4:49.74 win. She led the race from start to finish. In winning the men’s 800 m, Tim Bayley almost broke the late Keith … Continue reading
The wind blew across the island of Martha’s Vineyard off the coast of Cape Cod. Usually this island is an hospitable summer vacation spot, but not today. GBTC’s Jon Chesto ran for second, well behind the accomplished Paul Ryan of … Continue reading
They said they came to break the club record. But it didn’t look good when David Kennedy, who had recently broken the club record for 400 m, developed a hamstring problem in his open 400 m. Coach Callum had a … Continue reading
Devotia Moore said after smashing the GBTC record for 800 m on Friday that she’s been running so well ever since she started wearing the the club’s red uniform that she ought to staple it to herself. She blasted out … Continue reading