asics Greenville Track Club-ELITE - a post-collegiate, Olympic-development program
ASICS Greenville Track Club-ELITE athlete Ricky Flynn is featured in The Greenville News print edition and on Greenville Online as he prepares for the 37th edition of the TD Bank Reedy River Run. This will be Ricky's first competitive effort since joining the post-collegiate Olympic Development group in December. The group is sponsored by the 42-year-old GTC, Performance Therapy, Greenville Health System (where Ricky is also employed as part of the Adopt an Athlete program), The Kroc Center, ScanSource, ElliptiGO, Boston Bill Sunglasses, Roll Recovery, the Bare Minimum Track Club and other local contributors, with training and competitive footwear and apparel provided by ASICS, America.
To read the article at Greenville Online and view a short video please go to the following link: http://www.greenvilleonline.com/article/20140228/SPORTS03/302280039/Greenville-runner-hopes-Reedy-River-10K-helps-him-reach-Olympics
ASICS GTC-ELITE athlete Kimberly Ruck returned to her alma mater and ran away from all competition on Clemson Univeristy's Indoor track. The former Tiger All American took the early lead and easily won the 5,000 meter event with a time of 16:42. She lapped everyone in the field and many twice as she won by 71 seconds on the 200-meter oval. Ruck's time converts to a 16:33 using the conversion adjustment for the 200 meter unbanked track.
Her teammate, Chris Caldwell, placed 2nd in the men's 5,000 with a time of 15:01 (converted to 14:52) as the GTC-ELITE made their first indoor appearances in the group's brief history.
Next on the GTC-ELITE schedule is the 37th annual Reedy River Run 10K in Greenville, SC.
The GTC-ELITE is a post-collegiate Olympic Development group sponsored by ASICS America, the 42-year-old Greenville Track Club, Performance Therapy, ScanSource, Greenville Health System, Soleus watches, Boston Bill Sunglasses, ElliptiGO, Roll Recovery, the Bare Minimum Track Club and generous individual contributors.