• David Allison

Mea Culpa

This is just a quick post today to let you all know that I want to apologize for not getting up info on the last couple of meets. My intentions were noble, but my time has been limited...

That being said, I am not planning to scrap this blog because I know many of you enjoy it and to be frank, I do enjoy writing it...

I am going to try to at least have a brief recap/highlight post of both the P.I. and McClintock meets this week and then get back to it with a full review of the Arizona State Meet - coming up this weekend (don't forget to register by Wed. Noon)...

I also dropped the ball on the Athletes of the Month for April (I did do one for March) as this turned out to be a lot more work than I originally anticipated...

I think what I'm going to do here is wait until the Arizona State J.O. meet is completed and then put out candidates for AZ Athletes of the Year and then will have future blog posts highlight all of our athletes who qualified for Region J.O., National J.O. and then All-Americans...

Also, for those of you who send athletes to the National Youth Championship Meet right before the Region 10 Junior Olympic meet, please let me know if your athletes place in the top 8 over there and I'll put together a post to highlight them as well...

The idea here, from the beginning, was to have a place where our athletes, parents and coaches could go to take pride in all the hard work that goes into the multitude of talented and dedicated youth club athletes in Arizona...

This is a work in progress, but by what I have learned this season, I think will only make this blog better in the seasons that will follow.

Good luck to all of you at the Arizona State Championship Meet this Weekend at Mesa Community College, May 19-20!

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I Write What's Going On in USATF AZ 

I've been a runner for over 40 years and a coach for over 17 (Currently Co-Head Coach of Phoenix Flyers Track Club in Ahwatukee). I have now taken on the role of blogging about Arizona track & field and being the webmaster for the USATF AZ site as well.

- David Allison

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