Running is one of the most popular forms of youth sports participation, with approximately 450,000 - 750,000 adolescents participating in high school track and cross country programs throughout the United States. And while sports participation brings many positives to the lives of youth runners, it also brings with it a likelihood of sustaining a running-related injury. In fact, up to 65% percent of runners sustain an injury annually.
The Runner's Symposium is dedicated to growing the sport of running through enhancing collaborations between coaches, runners, parents, and the sports medicine medical community. For 11 years, the Runner’s Symposium has been dedicated to bringing together the running community and the sports medicine community with the goals of sharing best practices so that all runners can maximize their joy and their potential in the sport of running.
This year’s theme is “Run Together.” We have a dynamic set of speakers representing coaches, runners, business owners, physical therapists, and a Pilates instructor who will each speak to this theme.
Due to the Covid pandemic, this year's Symposium will be held virtually through Zoom
Virtually, on Zoom
Questions & Contacts
Email: Jeff Taylor-Haas
Email: Frank DeJulius