Who's Who Of Coaches Speaking At Miami Clinic On August 13th

First annual Miami Running Clinic hosted by Gulliver Prep. With an emphasis on High School distance running.

About this event

Event Manager: David Suarez, Head Cross Country and Track and Field Coach at Gulliver Prep

First annual coaching clinic based out of South Florida looking to bring coaching education with some of the best in the business. All coaches, administrators, athletes and parents are welcome to come out and learn. We will have three 45 minute presentations from Frankie, Doug, and Danny as well as a 90 minute presentation from Tom Schwartz. Gulliver will provide catered lunch on campus for all in attendance.

The Miami Running Clinic

Hosted by Gulliver Prep

Saturday August 13th, 2022

6575 N Kendall Dr, Pinecrest, FL 33156

Shah Family Student Union

All event details will be posted here on eventbrite. This event will be completely free of charge. We will have catered lunch for all who attend. Please sign up using the eventbrite link in order for us to get a reasonable head count for food.


Parking is allowed in the student parking lot or in the crossbridge church parking lot. We will have student volunteers as guides towards the student union where the clinic will take place.

Guest Speakers include:

Danny Areces, Head Cross Country and Track and Field Coach of Christopher Columbus High School

Doug Butler, Head Cross Country and Track and Field Coach of Satellite High School

Frankie Ruiz, Head Cross Country Coach of Belen Jesuit and founder of the Miami Marathon

Tom Tinman Schwartz, USATF Level 3 and IAAF Level 5 Endurance Coach


8:00-8:45 AM - Check in

8:45-9:00 AM - Opening remarks - David Suarez

9:00- 9:45 AM - Danny Areces - Implementing sports psychology into your program

15 minute break

10:00-10:45 AM - Doug Butler - The difference between contenders and pretenders

15 minute break

11:00-11:45 PM - Frankie Ruiz - Topic TBA

Lunch break 1 hour (Catered food by Gulliver)

1:00-2:30 PM - Tom "Tinman" Schwartz - Blending training intensities into an effective training plan.

Closing remarks - David Suarez