RunPro Camp provides valuable information to post-collegiate runners seeking to pursue a professional running career
Arlington, Virginia – Twenty up-and-coming distance runners, who have recently graduated from colleges and universities throughout the country, have been selected to attend the 7th RunPro Camp. The 2018 camp, hosted by the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA), will be held in Arlington, Virginia, July 19-21.
“We are excited to host the 7th RunPro Camp in our continuing efforts to keep talented distance runners in our sport,” said Jean Knaack, RRCA executive director. “We’ve seen great success in recent years from athletes that have attended RunPro Camp in the past six years. This year, with our biggest attendance yet, we have another great group of rising stars that we hope will have success on the roads and track as professional distance runners.”
Congratulations to the following athletes that have been selected to attend the 2018 RunPro Camp:
Christine Bendzinski – Bucknell Univ.
Joey Berriatua – Santa Clara Univ.
Colin Bennie – Syracuse Univ.
Allie Buchalski – Furman Univ.
Jacob Dumford – Univ. of Notre Dame
Philo Germano – Syracuse Univ.
Alexandria Hackett – Abilene Christian Univ.
Michaela Hackett – Abilene Christian Univ.
Michelle Howell – Jacksonville Univ.
Karis Jochen – Texas A&M Univ.
Christopher Marco – Monmouth Univ.
Jamie Morrissey – Univ. of Michigan
Jaimie Phelan – Univ. of Michigan
Quamel Prince – Tennessee State Univ.
Chandler Reid – Adams State Univ.
Troy Reeder – Furman Univ.
Maria Scavuzzo – Miami (Ohio) Univ.
Colin Schultz – Liberty Univ.
Madeline Strandemo – Univ. of Minnesota
Emi Trost – Univ. of Minnesota Duluth
2016 U.S. Olympic marathoner Jared Ward will share lessons learned from his career during the Camp’s Friday night VIP dinner. The goal of RunPro Camp is to encourage, support, and provide the tools for more top-collegiate distance runners to pursue a professional running career on the track, roads, in cross country, and in the growing professional world of trail and ultra running. Along with the Roads Scholars program, RunPro Camp continues a long tradition of the RRCA providing resources and financial support to pave the way for the future of American distance running.
A few spots remain for interested athletes to attend 2018 RunPro Camp. Runners who are completing their NCAA eligibility by June 30, 2018, along with runners who have completed eligibility within the last 24-months, are encouraged to apply. The RRCA provides travel and lodging to qualified applicants.
Learn more at: http://www.runpro.com/information/