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IN 2013

MACKTRACK.US Speed Development Organization
believes if you put in a lot of practice, with the right drills,
mental prep and nutrition you can perform better in any sport you enjoy.
With 20 plus years’ of experience coaching high school and youth track and field
we’ve seen enough to know what works and what absolutely does not work.
There are things you can do that will actually hurt your performance. We offer you helpful
tips that will elevate your game as an athlete and coach.

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MACKTRACK ELITE SJ&RC believes that participation in athletics can provide students with the opportunity for personal growth.  Teamwork, the mental and physical challenges of training and competition, and the experience of winning and losing graciously and respectfully are important life lessons that will serve athletes well in their future.

Character is an important component that requires time and effort.  Coaches and parents can help students develop such habits by discussing, modeling, and reinforcing the desired attitudes and beliefs over time.  We also understand that participation on this team demands a commitment that involves both dedication and sacrifice.  This is required of not only athletes, but also of coaches and parents.


MACKTRACK ELITE SJ&RC is aware that students participate in athletics for various reasons:

1. Competition

2. Participation

3. Personal Improvement

Therefore, as an organization, we commit to the following:

· Offer athletes a safe and enjoyable experience

· Provide the greatest possible opportunity for athletes to participate in both practice and competitions

· Promote personal improvement in skills, physical condition and knowledge of the sport; and

· Promote programs of excellence that accomplish the above and lead to success on and off the track.

In order to achieve these goals, we hold the following positive expectations for

the primary stakeholders in our program.


Is to provide an opportunity for youth to develop spiritually and physically through Track and Field.  To assist youth in enhancing their academic development by providing a positive environment, with knowledgeable mentors to assist youth in their academic achievement.  To foster a safe environment which nurtures, develops, and exposes youth to a competitive atmosphere that garners self-confidence and self-respect.  To serve the public interest by allowing maximum participation for anyone who desires to reach their full potential as an athlete, student, and individual.  To create an educational and competitive experience within an atmosphere of sportsmanship. We strive to develop and realize individual and team potential by promoting high standards of competence, character, civility, and citizenship.


Tuition Will Equal 4 Payments Of $50.00 Which Covers The Outdoor Season

A One-Time 25.00 Payment Will Cover The USATF Membership Card!

1st Tuition Payment Due Two Weeks After Your 1st Practice

Monthly Tuition Fee $50.00 Per Month Per Athlete

Does Not Cover Track Meet Fees  

Meet Fees Are Due Two To Three Days Before Each Track Meet

Does Cover Experienced Quality Championship Coaching

Custom Uniform, Sweats & Backpack Cost $260.00 Each Athlete

2019 Outdoor Practices Start On The 2nd Week Of April 22, 2019 Thru July 2019

Practices  Are Monday - Thursday 6:00 pm - 7:45 pm With Some Saturday Hill Work

1st Year Athletes Please Email A Copy Of Your Birth Certificate To: speed@macktrack.us 1st Year Runners Only!!!

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Coach Mack - Head - Ages 11-18 & Hurldes

Coach Rob was introduced to track and field by Hall of Fame Coach Don Gatewood, while attending Montbello High School in Denver Colorado.  His dedication and commitment to Coach Gatewood’s program of fundamentals, teamwork and leadership on the track as well as in the community allowed him to excel as a member of Gatewood’s three-peat State Championship team and fostered his desire to coach.  

After leaving high school, Coach Rob worked odd jobs from collections, moving furniture, customer service, full time church ministry, disc jockeying and radio station voiceover work.  With his love of track and field and wanting to assist young athletes reach their potential as athletes and responsible citizens.  Coach Rob was given his first opportunity to coach by Marcus Walker his mentor.  Mr. Walker ran his own track club in Denver, CO and brought Coach Rob in to train his sprinters and jumpers.  Mr. Walker became the Athletic Director at Monbello High School in 1994 then hired him as an assistant coach where he coached for 6 years.  

Coach Rob has coached for various summer track programs for the past 23 years including; Marcus Walker Track Club Denver, CO; Southern Striders TC Houston, TX; Carl Lewis Athletic Stars TC Houston, TX; Florida Elite TC Orlando FL; Ft. Lauderdale TC Ft Lauderdale, FL and Quick Reaction TC Lauderdale Hill, FL.  Earning his Colorado Coaching Certification in 1994.  

Today he continues to focus on teaching the fundamentals that have created State Champions and All-Americans in relay events, sprints 100 – 800 and jumps.  He prides himself with understanding that the development of young athletes holistically is the key to creating college athletes, college graduates and great citizens.
Coach Gaskin - Strength & Field Events

Sean P. Gaskin was born and raised in Northeast Denver grew up the youngest of 3 boys.  His dad was a successful youth football coach.
Sean ran youth track under legendary Coaches Tony Wells (PAL/Colorado Flyers) Donny Wilson (Denver Wingfoots) and Eugene Porter (PAL)

Sean attended Manual High School where he excelled in 3 sports, football, wrestling and ran track for legendary coach Alex Burl. Sean wrestled AAU competition in Germany (1982). Sean was 1st leg of the 1984 state record setting Mile relay team.

He went on to play college football at the powerhouse junior college Taft JC located in Taft, Ca. He played on 1984 JC  National Championship team. In 1985, he made second team All- Conference and also received an A.A. degree in Liberal Arts.

Sean finished his football eligibility at Sonoma State University receiving a BA degree in Communications. Shortly after graduating from Sonoma State University, he pursued a career in Law Enforcement and competed in numerous California Police and Fire Games competing in Wrestling, Football, and Track until the age of 37.  
Sean went on to follow in his father’s footsteps by coach youth football and coached 2, Back-to-Back Northern California Youth State Football championships. By the way, Sean is the uncle of University of Washington star running back Myles Gaskin.

After birth of his daughter in 2009, Sean gave up coaching football and became a dedicated husband and dad. After living in California for 33 years, Sean and his family moved back to Colorado (there’s no place like home).

Once Sean moved back to Denver, he was looking for a youth track team, for his then, 8-year-old daughter.  Through longtime friend Wayne Vaden, he was directed to Coach Rob Mack. At the beginning of the 2018 indoor season, Sean asked Coach Mack if he needed any additional coaches. Coach Mack welcomed the offer.  
"Standby for the next chapter"
Coach Weddington Sprints 7 - 10

Born and raised in Denver, CO.  Since childhood, I always loved Track & Field. At the age of 10, I stopped Taekwondo, where I was a red-black belt, so I could run for Marcus Walker Track Club (MWTC), head coach Marcus Walker with assist coach Rob McReynolds. My 1st year was, we’ll just say I know my parents wished they would have put their money towards something else. My 2nd year I knew what it meant to compete, losing was not fun, I became a contender. I continued running with MWTC through my high school years.
I attended East High School, lettering all 4 years, graduating in 2000. I was the team captain from 10th – 12th grade. Being a key component to the team, I helped East girls get to State all four years of my high school career. Competing in the 100 and 200, but the relays became my specialty. Unfortunately, I became prone to injury; pulling my hamstring muscles multiple times. This reoccurring injury kept me from pursuing my track dreams after high school.
After high school, I attended University of Colorado at Denver for a short time. Shortly after deciding CU Denver was not my cup of tea, I was accepted into an EMT program, that I later completed and became an EMT. In 2002, that certification would lead me to Denver Health Hospital, working in their Detox unit (Denver CARES). In 2007, I completed courses and became a certified LPN. Remaining at detox, I was promoted to a nurse position. I knew I could not stop there. I graduated from Platt College March 2014 with a Bachelors in Nursing. After passing my licensure, I was promoted to a Registered Nurse position. After a mere 4 months, I was yet again promoted. I am currently the Charge Nurse at Denver CARES detox.
I never lost my love for track! I always looking for a way back in it.  Coach Rob and a former coach reached out to me about my daughter joining the team in 2015. A joyous moment, I was finally back in! I started as just a parent cheering the athletes on, then after a few talks with Coach Rob, he let me in as a Coach. One of the best decisions I have made! I have been coaching with MTE officially since the summer of 2017. I am the 10 & under/Youth Development Coach, coaching the fundamentals of track & field while hopefully teaching life skills at the same time.
During these years of work and school, I have maintained a marriage and have had 3 beautiful blessings.
No I have not set any records and never ran on a collegiate level; so no I cannot talk to your kids about how it feels to always be on the top nor how to run on a collegiate/professional level. I can however coach them on what hard-work and determination can do! My journey to get to where I am now was not an easy road. I experienced failure and set-backs repeatedly. I refused to give in and let failure take my throne.
My drive to succeed is the same drive I hope to instill in our young athletes, to help set him/her up to continue to always give their all in everything they do in the years to come.

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.  


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Track and Field is relatively inexpensive; however, our small tuition fee does not fill our budget requirements. Additional expenses are needed towards facility rental, race entrance fees, transportation & equipment. Some of our athletes are also unable to purchase uniforms, shoes, or travel to training camps. We are asking families and business to donate an item, cash, gift card/certificate, or service. This is a great chance for families or local businesses to support its community’s youth. If you would like to make a company donation purchasing equipment such as track equipment, banners, uniforms or a tent, we will dedicate it to your company. MACKTRACK ELITE athletes are some of the hardest driven and academically gifted kids in the state of Colorado. Any donation you give would be much appreciated. By donating to this nonprofit organization, we will acknowledge your business or your family at our next event.
This donation may be tax deductible. Thanks for your support.

Email: speed@macktrack.us for a tax donation receipt.

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