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NIN 2007

9th Nike Indoor Nationals

March 10-11, 2007 at Prince George's County Sportsplex, Landover MD

DyeStat on-site with Doug Speck, Marc Davis, Steve Underwood, John Dye, Donna Dye and Justina Jassen

SET Summit

Speed, Endurance & Technique Summit

Friday, March 9, 2007
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The New Age Speed Train

Special Coaches Clinic
Saturday 11am – Noon with
Dan Fichter of "Wanna Get Fast"


Admission is FREE!


What is the SET Summit? A Hands-on clinic and seminar for athletes and coaches alike. The 2007 event will feature two new disciplines and a seminar on injury prevention and treatment.

Speed: Sprints (55m – 400m)
Endurance: 800-5000
Technique: Sprints, Hurdles, horizontal jumps, high jump and shot put.

Friday, March 9, 2007. 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Sprint Symposium – Saturday, March 10, 2007 - 11:00 am-12noon

TECHNICAL CLINICS: Concurrent breakout sessions will follow a brief introduction of clinicians and elite athletes. Sessions in each discipline will follow with athletes and coaches having the opportunity to actually learn skills being demonstrated.

INJURY PREVENTION & REHAB SYMPOSIUM: Presented by the NIN medical staff. Learn simple measures to prevent common injuries and how to treat them when they occur.

ENDURANCE SYMPOSIUM: Professional Nike athletes will return to join high school coaches in this very popular, standing-room only presentation. Training schedules, handling special situations will be discussed among other topics.

USADA PRESENTATION: dedicated to preserving the well being of Olympic sport, the integrity of competition, and ensuring the health of athletes.



  • Sprints:
    Wallace Spearmon, Jr. 2006 USA Outdoor 200m Champion, 2005 World Championships Silver medalist; American Indoor Record - 200m 19.65
    Lauryn WIlliams, 2004 Olympic Silver Medalist 100m; 2005 World Outdoor Champion 100m & 4x100m; 2006 World Indoor Silver Medalist in the 60m Dash; One of three American Collegians to break the 11 second barrier in the 100m.
  • Hurdles:
    Virginia Powell, 2006 USA Outdoor 100 meter hurdle Champion, 2005 and 2006 NCAA 100m hurdle champion. Personal best of 12.48
  • Horizontal Jumps:
    Tiombe Hurd, Olympian & American triple jump record holder
    Walter Davis, 2000 Olympian, 2005 World Champion Triple Jump; 2006 USA Outdoor
  • High Jump:
    Jesse Williams, 2006 NCAA Indoor & Outdoor high jump champion
  • Shot Put:
    Dan Taylor, 2004 NCAA Indoor Champion in shot put & weight throw; ranked #8 in the World in 2006 in the shot put
  • Endurance:
    Alan Webb, 2005 USA Outdoor champion 1500m; National High School record holder in the indoor and outdoor mile and 1500m
    Treniere Clement, 2006 USA Outdoor & Indoor 1500 meter champion

  • Sunday Autograph Session:
    Sanya Richards, 2006 IAAF Female Athlete of the Year
    Ranked No.1 with the worlds leading time of 400m - 48.70 (American Record)
    2004 Olympic Champion 4x400m Relay
    2005 World Silver Medalist in the 400m
    2006 Grand Prix Winner in the 400m and Silver Medalist in the 200m
    2006 World Cup Champion in the 400m and 4x400m Relay


Friday, March 9, 2007 - Speed, Endurance & Technique Summit
7:00 – 7:05 Introduction of participants and focus of clinic
7:05 – 7:15 Presentation by USADA
7:15 – 9:00 Distance Symposium (includes Injury Prevention & Rehab)
7:15 – 7:45 Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation on the track
7:50 - 9:00 Technical Sessions followed by Q&A
Sprints, hurdles, horizontal jumps, high jump, shot put
Saturday, March 10, 2007 - The New Age Speed Train
11:00 am – 11:50 New Age Speed Train by Dan Fichter.
Designed for coaches.
11:50 AM - Noon  Presentation by USADA 

Get answers to all your questions regarding speed and how to get faster.
What works and what doesn't work.
How to apply speed and where to apply it in your training program.

All handouts from this years’ clinicians as well as handouts from previous years will be available here on Wednesday, March 9, 2007.



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