Summer of 2020: PFP Style!
Since we can't be together in person this summer, we have decided to release a daily article to the team. Each day of the week, except Saturday, will have a specific theme. We are super excited for this. We know we can't completely replicate the experience of actual practice but we are going to do try our best to do so!
*Side note, PFP stands for The Panorama Farms Project, our running club that has current athletes, alumni, coaches, and even parents as members.
Click Image For More Info!
Albemarle History Lesson #9: A Season Through Email Updates, Vol 1-3
Over the past 3 seasons, I have sent out updates to our alumni after each race. This has become known as the Panorama Farms Project Newsletter. I had compiled the 2017 and 2018 newsletters into one document, but for some reason had not done it for the 2019 season. Well here it is.
Click image to read last 3 seasons
Weekly Schedule of Articles:
Monday: Weekly running log from an Albemarle runner. This can be a current athlete or even an alumni.
Tuesday: Article on Albemarle History
Wednesday: Top 5 running...Topic can be whatever author desires!
Thursday: Personal running reflection. This is wide open and will allow us to learn from each other's experiences.
Friday: Top 3 races...Can be personal races, Olympic races, cross country races, NCAA races, etc. This will be up to the author's imagination!
Sunday: Coach Podcast. We will discuss the purpose of the training for the week and give a weekly tip.
If you want to write one of these articles, please reach out to Coach Lorenzoni. I've already started reaching out to alumni and former coaches.
King of the Mountain Competition
To give you some extra motivation this summer we are making this competition official and calling it the King of the Mountain. This is optional but we were thinking it could be fun for a lot of you. The goal is to see who can gain the most feet in elevation per mile run over the course of the whole summer. It starts June 22nd and will end on August 2nd. To calculate your score, you will need to take your total elevation gained over the course of the summer and divide it by the total miles you ran.
You need to enter the elevation and distance of every run in the Google Form below.
Prize of the 2020 PFP King of the Mountain competition