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Coach Kevin Foley - USATF Level II, CSAS, HSSCS
 

Coach Foley has extensive training and experience in working with all athletes from youth through adult levels. He is a USATF Level II certified coach in sprints, hurdles and relays, a certified speed and agility specialist and certified high school strength and conditioning coach through the International Youth Conditioning Association. In addition, Kevin has received additional education in human physiology from Duke University, sports physiology from the University of Melbourne (Australia) and nutrition, health and lifestyle management from Vanderbilt University.

Connecticut Elite is dedicated to the total development of each athlete in the five biomotor ability used in track and field and all sports - speed, strength, coordination, mobility and endurance. To date, over 90% of athletes who train with Connecticut Elite are competing in the NCAA at either the DI or DIII level. Coach Foley also draws from his extensive training as an athlete in football and track and field at the collegiate and post- collegiate levels as a sprinter, jumper and decathlete.

Kevin is an active member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association,  American College of Sports Medicine,  Connecticut High School Coaches Association and holds a current Connecticut Scholastic Coaches Permit.   He is a member of the National Coaches Registry and a USATF Certified Official in the CT Association.    Coach is also a co-founder of the Wilton Running Club,  a USATF Youth Club and the Western Connecticut Conference for middle-school track and field which consists of 11 middle school teams and clubs who compete in cross-country and track and field in Fairfield County, CT.

Connecticut Elite is home to athletes in all track and field disciplines from sprints and hurdles through middle-distances and jumps and throws.