Cal Coast Masters can be found at the starting line of every USATF Masters Grand Prix event throughout the U.S. as well as our USATF Regional events.
In 2016 Cal Coast won the USATF Club Grand Prix Championships in the M40, M50 and M60 divisions including a number of individual age group champions.
Our "seasoned" runners are a mix of ex-collegiate athletes along side many who have started their running career later in life and found themselves competitive. They compete on the track, roads and cross-country.
The program is spirited and supportive with a focus of "getting to the line healthy" on race day. Every runner counts.
Ages 40 and up
Cal Coast Track Club trains year-round in sunny Southern California.
3 workout options per week:
Tuesday Evening Threshold Run
Turtle Rock Community Park (1 Sunnyhill, Irvine)
5:30pm Warm Up
6:00pm Workout Starts
Thursday Evening Tempo Training
Vista Point Monument (corner of Eastbluff and Back Bay Dr)
Saturday Morning Distance Training
Corona Del Mar High School
All registered members will receive a Cal Coast racing singlet.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are the benefits of being a Cal Coast Masters competitor?
Athletes representing CalCoast Track Club and competing at USATF National Championships will receive team uniforms and race entry fees as well as other discounts and promotions available to all CalCoast Track Club members.
2. Does Cal Coast compete in USATF National Championships?
Yes we do. CalCoast runners can be found at virtually every National and Regional competition. If we haven't met please stop by and introduce yourself.
3. Is there a distribution list I should be part of to receive Masters specific information?
Among other benefits CalCoast Membership will allow you access to our club membership email distribution list. You can send emails to the group and will receive emails sent to the group. On the Members Only page you will find information on race discounts and equipment discounts from our partners.
Please follow this link to register for the Cal Coast Masters Program, open to all men and women 40 years of age and olderRegister