SKAAC Tooronga junior coaching. Under 18 and below.
Monday 5:00 – 6:30pm Advanced sprints with Jackson Bennett
Tuesday 5:00 – 6:30pm sprints/hurdles with Marli Wilkinson
Thursday 5:00 – 6:30 pm Sprints with Jackson Bennett and Middle Distance with Charlotte Imer
Please note that the gates at Tooronga will not open until 5:00pm at the earliest, unless there is SKC school training prior.
The club is open to offering an extended program on a Monday evening and to include middle distance coaching on any of these nights if there is significant interest.
Please go to https://skaac.com/join-skaac/ sign your son/daughter up as a SKAAC junior club member and then select the appropriate training fee option as well. If you have any questions, then please email club president Tristan Mioni at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on 0400 998 520.
Any junior is more than welcome to come along for a trial session (with advanced warning) and meet some of the other athletes and coaches.
Training will run for 5 weeks from Tuesday 10th November to Thursday 10th December in 2020 and then hopefully for most of term 1 in 2021.
My name is Charlotte Imer and I’m excited for the opportunity to coach SKAAC junior athletes.
I’ve spent the last 5 years competing in the US, as a Division 1 NCAA cross country and track athlete where I received All American honours for both track and cross country, running a pb of 15:59 in the 5000m.
I began my coaching career at the University of Tennessee at Martin in 2019. I currently attend and coach at Tennessee Tech, where I am studying my masters in exercise science.
I appreciate track in all its entirety, but have a strong affinity for the distance events.
My goal is to transfer the knowledge and skills I have acquired in the US. I look forward to getting to know each athlete and learning and growing with them.
I take a consistent and balanced approach to training, while bringing some fun into one of the toughest sports. As a coach it’s really important that I take into account the varied demands placed on middle/high school athletes to ensure they get the most out of their training and achieve a positive outcome.
I started sprinting during little athletics and continued throughout my high school years at Brighton
Grammar and have pursued a career in sprinting full time for 8 years. In that time I have competed at the
national level, won multiple State championship titles and broken club records with SKAAC and other athletics clubs. I have been trained by some great athletics coaches over my time and am looking forward to implementing the knowledge I’ve gained from them and
my own experience to coaching here at SKAAC. My goal is to provide a fun, exciting and great learning/training environment for all participants