Clyde Hart will not be able to attend this year’s clinic as he has undergone Achilles surgery due to a fall and unable to travel. Coach Hart has promised to be back and speak at our 2021 clinic next year. We wish him a speedy recovery.
Replacing Coach Hart will be Vince Anderson former assistant coach at University of Houston, Texas A & M and LSU. Steve Rubin will also be unable to speak at this year’s clinic due to personal matters. Replacing Steve Rubin will be Kristin Fleagle who is the jumps coach at Boston University.
Vince Anderson: is a world class sprint, hurdle and relay coach. He has coached a number of athletes to NCAA and US national titles, including Leonard Scott, Jabari Greer, Justin Gatlin, Gary Kikaya and Muna Lee, the 2008 US Olympic trials champion in the women’s 100m. Anderson began coaching as a volunteer assistant on the staff of Tom Tellez at the University of Houston, from 1986 through 1988. During those three invaluable seasons at UH, Anderson was blessed to help with the training of several champions, through the 1988 Olympic Trials. Vince then moved on to LSU and help them win National Championships and did the same latter at Texas A & M. Coach Anderson has spoken at many track clinics around the world and is known as one of the finest speed coaches that all coaches at all levals can learn from to help sprinter at every level.
Kristin Fleagle: Before joining the Terriers, Kristin was an assistant coach at Luther College for the 2018-19 season overseeing the training of jumps and throws while helping the combined event athletes in those respected events. During the 2017-18 track and field season she was the associate head coach at Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois where she oversaw the training for long, triple, high jump, and the combined events. She guided Luther Newborn to his second NCAA championship in the triple jump while also coaching him to first appearances in the long and high jump at the NCAAs. During the indoor season she coached two men to All-American performances in the Long jump (5th) and the triple jump (3rd in 2014 at the University of Wisconsin-Steven's Point where she served as a graduate assistant from 2014-20). Kristin's coaching career began 16 and as an assistant coach in 2017 overseeing long, triple, and high jump. During those coached 7 jumpers to NCAAs in 28 showings to collect 15 All-American awards and 1 NCAA champion. She coached 24 all-conference men's and women's performances and 8 individual champions. In 2016 she had the number 1 men's LJ program in Division III with 5 men having performances over 7 meters. As an athlete she was a 16 x all-conference performer with a conference title in the long jump and a 2014 appearance at the indoor NCAA championships as the lead off for her team's 4x 400 relay