HPC Elite team competes at NC A&T

I strongly recommend consulting with Mike and HPC to anyone who is looking to improve their running. I had the opportunity to meet with Mike today and I feel that I walked away a much stronger athlete. Not only was he able to point out the flaws in my form and cue the correct changes, he was capable of explaining the physics of the movements as well.

Naoki Murai, Collegiate Sprinter

HPC Elite team competes at NC A&T

Jon McDowell placed 8th in a talented field of hurdlers at the Aggie Classic on the campus of North Carolina A & T with a time of 14.24 seconds in the 110H while Ruby Bost set a seasonal best of 1:02.87 in the 400m Hurdles.

HPC Elite Carin Knight jumps at UNC

HPC Elite team member Carin Knight jumped 1.75m at the 2011 UNC Kent Taylor to place 2nd in the women's high jump.

HPC Elite Eric Broadbent wins decathlon with new club record at Wake Forest

HPC Elite team member, Eric Broadbent, won the Wake Forest Deacon Combined Event decathlon with a club record score of 7,558 points. Broadbent established personal bests for his total score, first day score (4254), second day score (3304), 400m sprint (48.09), discus throw (39.15m), and the 1500m (4:41.34). Broadbent won 4 events en route to beating back a national class field that included 2 Olympians and 5 All-Americans.

HPC Elite Karjuan Williams takes 2nd in Jamaica

HPC Elite team member Karjuan Williams took 3rd place in the prestigious Jamaica International Invitational in the men's 800m run. His time of 1:47.26 was a seasonal best.

HPC Elite compete at UNC and Duke

The HPC Elite team was in action at Duke and UNC this past weekend. Highlighting the performances was a win in the men's 800m by Joel Williams with a seasonal best time of 1:49.85. At Duke, Ruby Bost ran her first 400m hurdles race in 5 years with a time of 1:02.88.

Dr. Jack Daniels teaches at HPC’s Athletic Lab

World-renowned distance coach, Dr. Jack Daniels, lectured to over 50 coaches at HPC's training center - Athletic Lab in Cary, NC. The 4 hour lecture was well-received.

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