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Loren Seagrave Interview Sprint Mechanics

Loren Seagrave Interview

Loren Seagrave is one of the worlds most sought after coaches and lecturers. A five-time, NCAA Track & Field Champion coach, Loren has coached such sprint talents as Donovan Bailey and Andre Cason, as well as three of the top ten US women 100-meter sprinters of all time: Dawn Sowell, Sheila Echols, and Gwen Torrence. Most recently he coached Dwight Phillips to Gold in the Long Jump at the 2009 Berlin World Championships and is currently working with Great Britain’s own Joice Maduaka. 

In this interview Loren discusses his own personal coaching history and covers block start, acceleration and high speed running mechanics in great detail.

  • Uploaded: 26.03.2010
  • Duration: 01:22:05
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Comments (3)

  1. Posted by Malcolm Brown on 04/04/2010 at 07:19 PM

    Great stuff…..thanks to uka for making it available via ucoach….more please when possible.

  2. Posted by Neil Tunstall on 31/08/2010 at 05:51 PM

    Very detailed study of starting and accelerating which I found interesting.  I would be interested to see some video clips to illustrate some of the points made as much of the discussion deviated from the traditional sprinting models.  Overall - excellent.

  3. Posted by Anonymous on 08/05/2017 at 01:28 PM

    Just tried to listen again after a few years and it seems the audio file will no longer download. Any advice?

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