Born and raised in Denver Colorado. I always watched track and field as a kid but never ran track until High School. Initially I only ran track to get faster for Football; which turned out to be a great help. I attended Montbello High School, and graduated in 1997. While at Montbello I was a member of 2 State Track and Field team championships, and I also won 5 individual/relay events.
After High school I went to The University of Kansas on a full athletic scholarship (Football). I ultimately finished with a Bachelors of Arts from Colorado State University where I also competed in Track. At Colorado State I was fortunate enough to be on the first ever Indoor Mountain West Conference Championship team. I also did pretty well individually… I still hold the CSU 100 meter dash record, and was on the school record holding 4x100 meter relay.
I still compete in Track and Field. I love working with MACKTRACK. Helping the kids reach their goals is our number one task. The 2018 season is off to a great start, and I hope to assist a lot of athletes reach a national meet this summer.
Coach Ingram’s Career Best High School INDOOR 55m – 6.30 (#2 Nationally) 200m – 21.75 (#1 Nationally)
OUTDOOR 100m – 10.57 200m – 21.45 HS 20.86 (Summer)
College INDOOR 60m – 6.71
OUTDOOR 100m – 10.30 (CSU Record) 200m - 21.42 4 x 100m – 39.56 (CSU Record)
COACH GAINS - 15-16 & 17-18
COACH MINTER -11-12 & 13-14
Coach Lindsay Minter
I graduated from Thornton High School and was the first female athlete to receive a full track scholarship from my school. I started running when I was 5 years old for the City of Thornton CARA team. I ran with them until the 6th grade because I also played competitive soccer. I played soccer and track for 2 more years until we found the Colorado Flyers Track club. Coach Tony Wells told me I had to choose. I chose track. Track pays the bills. I learned so much from Tony Wells and the other athletes on the Flyers team. I learned to take pride in my performance, work hard, and never ever quit.
I attended New Mexico State University for two years until I transferred to Oklahoma State University. Things happen in life and I was very unhappy at NMSU. I found my home at OSU very quickly. I had a wonderful track career but injury prevented me from becoming the track star I always dreamed of. I was very active in student life during the off season and while I recovered from injury. I had the opportunity to take nutrition classes and kinesiology classes which helped me learn how the body works and how to become a better athlete. I think it also prepared me to be able to explain and coach as well.
During the summers I ran the Thornton CARA program that I grew up in. I also assisted Coach Art Levy with Denver Lightning in the evenings. Art Levy taught me a lot about training athletes to perform well but also train the whole athlete. I worked with him in the City of Denver after school programs tutoring and providing enrichment experiences for the children of Denver.
Back to track. I hold several records at Thornton high School and hold several district 12 records. I was First Team Academic all American while at OSU I was on the Dean and Presidents Honor Roll the entire time I was at OSU. Because of my dedication to strength and endurance I was able to win awards in several weight lifting competitions. Let me tell you a secret it was easy because a big part of weight lifting is doing what you need to do in the weight room.
Currently I am medically retired from The Department of Homeland Security. In my free time I do work in my community. I am a proud Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. I try my best to be a voice for people whose voices are often overlooked and unheard.
I joined the Mack Track Family as a coach during the 2017 spring season. I love coaching these kids because they are driven. They work hard and they want to be great. So I am using everything in my coaching arsenal to help them be great.
COACH SMITH - JUMPS
Grew up in Denver, Colorado and attended Montbello High School. While attending Montbello, Mr. Smith fell in love with the sport of Track and Field and competed on the school’s track team where he had an accomplished career.
After graduation, Mr. Smith attended the University of Colorado at Boulder where he competed in the long and triple jump and was able to hone his skills and truly develop an understanding for the sport.
Mr. Smith was able to obtain his Bachelor’s Degree and later a Master’s Degree. After graduating from the University of Colorado (CU), Mr. Smith followed the sport and later became a certified coach through USATF.
Mr. Smith currently coaches Jumps for Macktrack Elite.
He currently is the Jumps Coach for boys and girls of all age groups.
COACH JOYCE - 11-12 & 13-14
Coach Alexis Joyce - Sprints
COACH WEDDINGTON - 10 & UNDER YOUTH
COACH CARR - (ALUMNI 2013 - 2017)
Coach Tanesha Carr (Alumni)
From Denver, CO. I started running track when I was in middle school. My events were the 100, 200, 4*100, 4*200 and long jump. I attended Overland High School and graduated from Eaglecrest High School. I also ran for HCF Flames Club team and finished with the Colorado Flyers. I attended college at University of Nevada, Las Vegas. I went placed in Regionals and went to the NCAA Championship my senior year. I graduated from there in fall 2008. In my last semester of college I was an assistant grad coach and after graduating I continued to volunteer for UNLV. I still continue to work out and look forward to being the strength and conditioning coach for Mack Track Elite Sprints Jumps and Relay Club.
Two-time Academic All-MWC selection
UNLV: One of just four seniors on the Rebel team ... a sprinter who has improved each year during her career ... will be counted on to be a leader on a young Rebel squad ... could also compete in the jumping events this year.
2006-07: A member of the Rebel cross country team in 2006 ... ran in six of seven events for the harriers ... best time in the 5K was 27:29.80 at the UC Riverside Invitational (9/30) ... ran a time of 36:17.60 in the 6K at the 2006 MWC Cross Country Championships (10/28) ... participated in four indoor meets for UNLV ... ran both the 60 and 200 meters while also competing in the long jump ... best time in the 60 meters was 7.93 at the Albuquerque Invitational (2/10) ... she also clocked her fastest time in the 200 meters at that meet with a time of 26.82 ... competed in the long jump just once, leaping 15'-9.75" at the NAU Invitational (2/10) ... competed in a variety of events during the outdoor season ... in a pair of meets she ran the 100 meters, threw the javelin and also did the long jump ... tossed the javelin a career-best 73'-2.00" at the UNLV Duel Meet (3/17) ... earned Academic All-MWC honors in both cross country and track and field ... it was the second-straight year the Carr earned the academic honor in track and field.
2005-06: Competed in four indoor events for the Rebels ... best finish of the season was fourth in the 60 meters with a time of 7.99 at the United Heritage Invitational (2/4) ... ran a time of 7.80 in the 60 meters at the MWC Championships ... ran in six events during the outdoor season ... finished ninth in the 100 meters with a time of 12.65 at the Aztec Classic (3/17) ... placed 10th in the same event with a time of 12.29 at the UNLV Invite (4/1) ... ran a leg on the 400 meter relay squad that placed sixth with a time of 46.50 at the NCAA West Regional ... earned Academic All-MWC honors in track and field.
2004-05: Ran in three indoor meets as a true freshman ... best finish was ninth in the 60 meters (7.92) at the Springco Invitational ... finished 15th in the 60 meters (7.90) at the MWC Indoor Championships, which was also a career-best time ... placed third in the 100 meters (12.53) at the Long Beach Relays, her first outdoor competition as a Rebel ... matched her career best in the 100 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships, placing 13th with a time of 12.53.
High School: Ran in three Colorado state championship meets in high school, competing in the 100, 200, 400 meter relay, 800 meter relay and sprint-medley relay ... placed fifth in the 100 meters with (12.3), sixth in the 200 meters (25.6) and fourth in the 800-meter relay at the state championship during her senior season. Personal: Tanesha J. Carr ... born on Nov. 6, 1985, in Denver, CO ... is the daughter of Taunetta Frazier and Tony Thrower ... has four sisters and four brothers ... majoring in kinesiological sciences ... enjoys dancing and singing.
Carr's UNLV Career Bests:
Indoor 60 M 7.80 at MWC Indoor Championships (2/25/06) 200 M 27.47 at Husky Invitational (2/12/05) LJ 16'-4.50" at Silver State Open (1/28/06)
Outdoor 100 M 12.22 at ASU Invitational (3/25/06) 200 M 26.28 at Long Beach Invitational (4/16/05) LJ 16'-9.75" at MWC Outdoor Championships (5/13/06) Javelin 73'-2.00" at UNLV Duel Meet (3/17/07)