The club began in the late 1970s with a small group of distance runners training out of the Laurel Creek Conservation Are in north Waterloo. Since that time, the club has evolved into a multi-faceted club with 90 athletes and 6 coaches with numerous top ten Ontario club rankings. Laurel Creek Track Club consistently places as the highest ranking local club. As there are about 100 Ontario clubs, LC is very proud of its accomplishments. The high rankings are a testament to our committed athletes and to our event-specific coaches. Over the years LC has seen dozens of athletes make national teams.

Over the years, Laurel Creek has had athlete representation at most major international competitions, including the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing when Leah Robinson represented Canada. LC has also had five coaches named to national teams in the past. No other local club has had more than one.

 

T O  I M P R O V E  O U R S E L V E S   ” C O A C H E S   A N D  A T H L E T E S” 

O N   A N D   O F F   T H E  T R A C K   T H R O U G H

T E A M W O R K,   I N T E G R I T Y    A N D    H A R D  W O R K

 

T E A M W O R K

COACHES — TO WORK WITH OUR ATHLETES AS WELL AS OTHER COACHES TO PRODUCE OUR BEST ON AND OFF THE TRACK.

ATHLETES — TO ATTAIN OUR GOALS THROUGH COMMUNICATION WITH OUR FELLOW ATHLETES AND COACHES

I N T E G R  I  T Y

COACHES/ATHLETES — RESPECT FOR EVERYONE INCLUDING OTHER TEAMS AND OFFICIALS, NO MATTER WHAT THE SITUATION WIN OR LOSE. ON AND OFF THE TRACK.

  

H A R D W O R K

COACHES — TO HAVE OUR ATHLETES PREPARED PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY BY HAVING DIVERSE PRACTICES

” IF YOU FAIL TO PLAN YOU PLAN TO FAIL!!”

ATHLETES — TO BE MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED AT EVERY PRACTICE SO WE MEET AND REACH OUR FULL POTENTIAL.