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East Orlando Track Club

Cause Area

  • Arts & Culture
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Sports & Recreation

Location

3564 Aavalon Park Blvd ESte 1, #201ORLANDO, FL 32828 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Our mission is to encourage and help the area youth to develop Spirit, Mind, and Body through involvement in track & field. All participants will be part of a team that encourages and promotes hard work and sportsmanship. All participants will build a positive self-image as they set goals and train/work to achieve them.

Description

The East Orlando Track Club is a drug-free non-profit organization in the state of Florida. The club is a member of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) and USA Track and Field (USATF). Our track club primarily serves the East Orlando area but also supports others throughout Central Florida. The program was established by its founders when a search for a viable local track program yielded no results. We have a certified coaching staff of former collegiate track and field athletes and others who volunteer countless hours to provide a positive and constructive environment for our athletes.

The organization teaches fair play and the value of hard work through structured practices and further enriches the experience with sanctioned competitions. The track club also allows our athletes the opportunity to compete on a state, regional, and national level. Our purpose is to provide a rigorous program of character development through participation in the sport of track and field. We ultimately seek to develop a sense of pride, self-respect, and personal work ethic to strive for excellence in all walks of life. Our goal is to provide an environment where each athlete can realize his/her full athletic potential while also developing a strong sense of commitment and appreciation. These ideals will become self-evident to our athletes as we focus on the areas of personal responsibility, family unity, team cohesiveness, and community awareness.

Reviews

Would you recommend East Orlando Track Club?
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by Semline D. (July 1, 2015)
There were alot of interactions with the kids and it was fun and outdoors.

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