HPC launches BrandonRoulhac.com

Mike Young is one of the brightest and well rounded coaches in the United States.  His background in the science of performance has allowed him to teach and mentor not just athletes, but other coaches as well.  My conversations with him always help me to learn and grow in my profession.

Ronald Grigg, Director of Track & Field, Jacksonville University

HPC launches BrandonRoulhac.com

HPC has added BrandonRoulhac.com to its web network. The site is dedicated to the newest member of the HPC Elite Team member, Brandon Roulhac. Brandon recently won the 2009 USATF Indoor National Championships. The site will be regularly updated with Brandon's competition schedule, results, photos, and videos. You can visit the site by clicking HERE.

Tomika Ferguson wins triple jump at Stan Lyons Open

HPC Elite Team member, Tomika Ferguson, won the women's triple jump at the Stan Lyons Open hosted by Butler University. Her winning jump of 12.89 meters was a full foot further than her closest competitor and was a seasonal best.

HPC institutes bulk discounts on ‘quick and dirty’ motion analysis

For the first time ever, HPC is offering bulk discounts for our very popular 'quick and dirty' motion analysis service. Now users can receive discounts ranging from 10-25% when they purchase more than one motion analysis. See here for more details. You can view a sample motion analysis report here.

Alonzo Moore jumps seasonal best at International Friendship and Freedom Games

HPC Elite Team member, Alonzo Moore, jumped 15.71m in the men's triple jump to place second to Kenta Bell. This performance was a seasonal best for Alonzo.

Alie Israel opens outdoor track season with an HPC Elite Club Record and new personal best

HPC Elite Team member, Alie Israel, competed in the 100m at the International Friendship and Freedom Games in Greensboro, NC. In her first outing of the outdoor season, Alie bested her previous 100m personal best by 0.08 by running 11.63 to qualify for the finals. This mark improved on her previous club record from 2008. Alie returned for the women's 100m final, and despite facing a headwind (-1.0 m/s), she again improved her personal best and club record by running 11.62.

HPC Elite Member Brandon Roulhac wins the Triple Jump at the Mt SAC Relays

HPC Elite Team member, Brandon Roulhac, bested a world class field in winning the men's triple jump at the Mt SAC Relays with a best jump of 16.97m. This marks Brandon's third consecutive win for the outdoor season.

HPC provides sport science services to elite athletes competing at Mt SAC Relays

HPC provided video analysis services for the elite athletes competing at the Mt SAC Relays in Walnut, CA. 2009 marks the fourth consecutive year that HPC has provided this service for this prestigious event.

HPC Elite Team records updated following successful week on the track

The HPC Elite Team records have been updated following a successful week in which Brandon Roulhac and Eric Broadbent broke existing or established new team records. Brandon broke his 1 week old record in the triple jump by producing a monster 17.14m jump at the Seminole Invite that currently ranks him as the 4th best triple jumper in the world. Decathlete Eric Broadbent established new club records in the 200m, 110 Hurdles, and Discus Throw with marks of 21.93, 14.91, and 38.84m respectively at the WCU Collegiate Invitational.

Broadbent and Ridley turn in strong performances

HPC Elite Team members, Eric Broadbent and Babatunde Ridley competed at the WCU Collegiate Invitational and the Rafer Johnson / Jackie Joyner Kersee Invitational respectively. Decathlete Eric Broadbent won the 200m, 110 Hurdles, Long Jump, and placed 7th in the discus throw. Eric set new personal records in the 200m (21.93), 110 Hurdles (14.91) and Discus Throw (38.84m). At the prestigious Rafer Johnson / Jackie Joyner Kersee Invite at UCLA, Babatunde Ridley placed 2nd in the long jump with a best mark of 7.27m.

Brandon Roulhac dominates at Seminole Relays

HPC Elite Team member, Brandon Roulhac won the triple jump at the Seminole Invitational at Florida State University. His winning jump of 17.14m (56'3") ranks him as the 4th best triple jumper in the world this year and betters his previous club record of 16.70m set only one week earlier. Brandon also set a new personal record in the 100m dash with a time of 10.80 seconds.

Tomika Ferguson places 4th at Sea Ray Relays

HPC Elite Team member, Tomika Ferguson, placed 4th at the prestigious 2009 Sea Ray Relays with a best mark of 12.46m.

HPC partners with Teneo Athletics

HPC is proud to announce a partnership with Teneo Athletics. This fledgling track and field company manufactures high-quality track spikes at reasonable prices.

HPC Elite Team Club records updated following Roulhac’s 16.70m triple jump

Brandon Roulhac broke the previous outdoor triple jump record for the HPC Elite Team with his 16.70m jump at the Florida Relays. This mark places him with as 7th best performer of the year. See the updated HPC Elite club records here.

Brandon Roulhac and Alonzo Moore place 1st and 6th at Florida Relays

In his first meet in an HPC uniform, Brandon Roulhac broke the existing club record in the triple jump by winning the prestigious Florida Relays. His jump of 16.70m broke the existing outdoor club record of Alonzo Moore of 16.09m set in 2008. Roulhac went on to win the triple jump over 2 time Olympian Kenta Bell. His performance currently ranks him 7th in the world. Teammate, Alonzo Moore placed 6th in the triple jump with a best performance of 15.33m.

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