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  • Team USA Monterey Bay Recruiting

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Contact: Mark Winitz
    Tel: (650) 948-0618
    Fax: (650) 949-2172
    [email protected]

    TEAM USA MONTEREY BAY DISTANCE RUNNING TRAINING CENTER
    NOW RECRUITING ATHLETES

    SEASIDE, Calif. - (May 7, 2003) - The Team USA Monterey Bay Distance
    Running Training Center, located at California State University, Monterey
    Bay, is now recruiting talented post-collegiate long distance runners
    (3,000 meters to marathon). The Center will open on July 15, 2003. Bob
    Sevene -- the well-known distance coach who coached Joan Benoit Samuelson
    among many others -- has been contracted as Head Coach and will be
    reviewing athlete applications.

    Team USA Monterey Bay plans to select four athletes over the next four to
    six weeks to be in residence at the Center on or around July 15. The
    Center hopes to select four additional athletes to be on board by the end
    of the year.

    Interested athletes can visit the Center's web site for instructions,
    details regarding athlete support, and an athlete application form at:

    csumb.edu/teamusa

    With the appointment of Bob Sevene and a commitment to the development of
    world class runners, Team USA Monterey Bay's directors have applied to be
    an official training center of the Team USA Distance Running Program. The
    national program, created by Running USA and USA Track & Field, is
    dedicated to developing and promoting U.S. distance runners. There are
    currently four Team USA Training Centers with over 35 athletes operating
    in California (San Diego/Mammoth Lakes), Michigan, Minnesota and New
    York. Since 2001, Team USA Distance Running athletes - led by Olympians
    Deena Drossin and Meb Keflezighi - have set one world road record, seven
    national records and numerous personal records and won World Championship
    medals and 28 national titles.

    ABOUT TEAM USA MONTEREY BAY
    Team USA Monterey Bay, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public benefit
    organization committed to developing, supporting and promoting U.S.
    distance running stars capable of winning medals in Olympic and World
    Championship competition. We are also committed to creating role models
    for the general community who will promote physical fitness and a
    positive and productive lifestyle for people of all ages. We are a
    Pacific Association/USATF member club. Visit us on the web at
    csumb.edu/teamusa.

    Team USA Monterey Bay's primary partner is California State University,
    Monterey Bay. Thanks to our major sponsors: Big Sur International
    Marathon, MY BMW/MY Cars, Pebble Beach Company, Granite Construction,
    Monterey Bay Half Marathon, Empire Runners, Reebok Aggies, Clear Channel
    and Dugan Smith & Hutkin, LLP. Additionally, Reebok International has
    committed apparel support to Team USA Monterey Bay, as needed.

    # # #



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  • #2
    Re: Team USA Monterey Bay Recruiting

    I'm curious to see what kind of athletes this team will get. I wish them nothing but the best, but I'm a bit sceptical of who'll they'll get with the Farm Team just up the road.

    Of course, the Farm Team doesn't offer housing and a stipend like TUSA-MB plans to, but if they're only going to start with a group of four or so, will there be enough synergy to get something going?

    What do others think?

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