SRA/CIM Coaching Success


2012 California International Marathon Coaching Program


Presented by the Sacramento Running Association

Class size is limited to provide high quality, individualized coaching,  

so this opportunity will end soon.   

Apply today!  

This program is for you if:
  • You are looking for an individualized program that targets your abilities and is specific to running the CIM. Runners of all levels are welcome!
  • You have a realistic goal for the 2012 CIM to achieve a personal best time or a Boston Marathon qualifying time.  
  • You would like to be coached by a person with in-depth coaching experience, passion, attention to detail, and strong motivational skills, who individualizes her coaching to each program member's needs.
    • Read more about the SRA's Head Coach, Mary Coordt, and what previous program members have to say about her. 
  • You have finished at least one marathon.
  • This is not an "online" coaching program. For maximum benefits it requires your commitment to a 14-week program, two workouts per week (Wed. evenings, Sun. mornings) packed with information and opportunities. Program begins August 19.

Details worth considering: 

  • You must be a Sacramento Running Association member to participate in this program.
  • Applicants need not join the SRA ($50) or pay the coaching program fee ($100 ). You pay these fees only after you are accepted into the program.
  • Consider joining the SRA today! SRA members receive a generous benefits package that includes a "locked-in" $85 entry fee for the 2012 CIM, VIP CIM treatment, other event discounts, and much more!  SRA Membership registration link.   
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This message has been brought to you by the Sacramento Running Association (SRA), organizers of the  California International Marathon presented by Kaiser Permanente, the Marathon Relay Challenge, the Kaiser Permanente 2.62-Mile maraFUNrun, the Lake Natoma Four Bridges Half Marathon & Relay, the Super Bowl Sunday 10K, and the Credit Union SACTOWN Ten-Mile Run.   SRA is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Its proceeds benefit youth fitness programs, the American River Parkway, running venue improvement and development, and local elite athletes.