Bowerman Track Club finishes up its summer racing series, while others prepare for marathons and a Fall filled with mileage, base training, and Pumpkin Spice lattes.Read More
London gave Bowerman Track Club the full extent of extreme emotion. From outstanding achievement, unfortunate frustration, and everything in between, the 2017 World championships demonstrated Bowerman's dominant presence on the world stage. With three medals earned across the athletes competing, and two National records broken, London was a thrill to watch from start to finish.Read More
Free, family friendly 3k Series runs are just around the corner. No 3k on August 2nd due to the heat, but come join the fun all other Wednesdays in August at the Nike WHQ. Click the image for more info.Read More
It has been a great summer so far for Evan, and with Worlds just around the corner, Flotrack previews his quest for gold.Read More
Just a couple weeks ago, the Bowerman Track Club Pro athletes participated in this year's national championships in Sacramento, CA. Check out here for a full recap of BTC performances and find out who will be representing the club at the World Championships in London this August.Read More
It’s a promising and international weekend of racing for the Bowerman Track Club with marathon debuts in Tokyo and fast track races in Boston. We’ve got the details for your viewing pleasure.
Andrew Bumbalough and Betsy Saina will both run their debut marathons in Tokyo on Sunday (Saturday in the US). Betsy is coming off of a career year in which she ran 30:05 to place 5th in the Olympic 10,000m and ran 67 minutes for the half marathon. ‘Bumbi’ is returning to form after an 18 month struggle with two major injuries, hernia surgery and a sacral stress fracture. He has been rebuilding his fitness slowly since the summer of 2016 and ran 28:06 for 10,000m in November in Tokyo, a solid stepping stone to his marathon buildup. First marathons are unpredictable, but both Betsy and Bumbi have had a good block of training to prepare them for the challenge.
When: Saturday February 25th, 7:10 ET
Where to Watch: NBC Sports
BU Last Chance Invitational
Most of the professional men of BTC will be taking to the track in Boston on Sunday evening. Steeplers and rivals Dan Huling and Matt Hughes are in the mile along with a big portion of the deep NJ/NY Track Club middle distance squad. Watch this one with attention as there is a burrito bet* on the line between Matt and Dan. The remainder of the squad (Ryan Hill, Moh Ahmed, Evan Jager, Lopez Lomong, Chris Derrick, and Woody Kincaid) will be in the 5,000m which has the makings of a cracking race. Word on the street is that the race will be rabbited at around 8:00 for 3,000m (13:20 pace). The very solid field also includes sub-13:10 performers Ben True, who edged Ryan and Moh at the Millrose Games two mile, and Eric Jenkins, who won the Millrose mile.
After the Boston meet, Lopez, Evan, Ryan, and Woody will head to Albuquerque for the US Indoor Championships next weekend.
*Burritos are the preferred form of currency for wagers amongst BTC professionals.
When: Sunday February 26th, 3:10 ET (mile) and 4:55 ET (5,000m)
Where to Watch: Flotrack
Andrew Bumbalough and Betsy Saina make their marathon debuts in Tokyo on Sunday. The marathon has been a long time coming for Andrew. Read about Bumbalough's journey over the years and his goals for the marathon this Sunday.Read More
Racing season is officially underway and we have you covered. Chris and Courtney both finish in the top five at the USATF Cross Country Championships, while Amy crushes her half marathon PR by over a minute. Read about each race here.Read More
2016 was a great year for the BTC on all levels. Last week we had our year end banquet to highlight performances from our Youth, Elite, Pro and Masters groups from the year and look forward to whats ahead. Our club continues to be focused on fostering competitive running opportunities to runners of all levels. Check out the linked video to see some highlights from 2016!Read More