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I'm a high school senior and I've always been big on running. I'm currently on the winter track team and haven't been doing so hot this season. My cross country season was pretty good though, my best times. My problem with track is last year I had this coach who worked with us long distance runners and made us from okay, to amazing. He was encouraging and he made our times excellent and he worked so well with us. He trained us our winter and spring seasons last year. Last spring he switched schools (he's a gym teacher) and the new school he worked for was only temporary, so over the summer he had to find a new job and is now a athletic director at our city Boys and Girls Club, which requires him to be there from 1 pm to 8 pm and track practice is 3 to 5 so clearly he couldn't do it, so he didnt apply for the job this year. As a result the school took the football coach and the sprinters coach to work with us. Our training was so off, we've been performing horrible and the football coach (who only shows up to half the meets and 75%of the practices) only tells us how embarrassing we are, but he's never watched us run or anything. He literally collects a coaches check and hasn't done one bit of coaching. Oh wait, he tried to make us long distance runners do leg weights and screamed at us because we were going too slow. Little did I know doing weights was a race. Oh yeah and he told us how we should all be this other kid and do his workouts, but he's a sprinter. This football coach also after that confessed that he has never seen track before in his life, then continued on to tell us we were his worse track team. The sprinter coach is just disgusted with us. I'm so grateful that he even works with us, but he's not tolerant by the fact we're long distance runners not sprinters. Our progress is rapidly dropping meet by meet. We want our old coach back and we don't know what to do? We still have spring to go and I already blew scholarships anyway.what should we do? Help?

Asked By: Kollin - 1/3/2013
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Complain to the school or your Higschool Sports Association. Eventually if you keep bothering them something will have to be done.
Answered By: craig - 1/3/2013
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Uhmmmm who cares
Answered By: ►Mad Man◄ - 1/3/2013
 
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