USATF Cross Country Championships

The time has come with a new track club, some new to cross country, 3 practices a week, competitive competitions all balled up to this moment. The Championship meet to qualify to Regional 1 then to Nationals. Though most of my runners qualified to Regional 1, unfortunately, we are unable to go.
Fuse Academy Emmanuel Marshall running at Championship Meet

The time has come with a new track club, some new to cross country, 3 practices a week, competitive competitions  all balled up to this moment. The Championship meet to qualify to Regional 1 then to Nationals. Though most of my runners qualified to Regional 1, unfortunately, we are unable to go. We are a new club team and we haven’t developed funds to travel. The fact that we are new and we were able to compete with some of the best runners and teams, I’m extremely proud in myself and mostly Fuse Academy Track Club. Way to GO!!!

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Fuse Academy thanks for the support of all the parents that one trusted me to coach their kids and the help needed to take this program further. I look forward to many more to come.

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Christopher Marshall looking strong entering in the woods from the start of the race. Lets GO Chris!!!

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Emmanuel Marshall ended his season performing amazingly, running his best time. Way to go Emmanuel!!!

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Bryana Marshall ended with a good race, though, she was disappointed in her performance. Overall, as a coach/parent I’m proud that she even lasted this long…Great Job!

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William Marshall

William Marshall

Founder / Ceo of Benswic, Inc. William makes it his priority to share and post information that can benefit not only his client but those willing to listen.

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