Socal Roadrunners Mission

The mission of the Roadrunners Club is to offer young boys and girls an opportunity to experience the fitness benefits, joys of competition, and team unity of Cross Country, Track & Field through an education-based program. The participants of the program will have the opportunity to receive sport-specific instruction from accomplished coaches and athletes in our community. The level of each athlete will be taken into consideration as we develop an individualized training and performance plan for the season. Ultimately, our goal is for each SoCal Roadrunner club member to improve their overall fitness, achieve performance targets, and boost self-esteem through team running.

RoadRunner Training

Cross Country

Cross Country training focuses on being patient, consistent and a team player. Workout routines include short and long distance training, as well as drills and core workouts.

Track & Field

Track & Field training is base building workouts that provide strength, stamina and confidence for the racing season. Workout routines include, sprints, mid-distance, distance and strength training.

Road Races

Road Races are long-distance runs, with races typically ranging from 5k to 10k. Race courses are usually held on the streets of major cities and town.

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Give RoadRunners a try!
Join us for a few practices. See what the Socal RoadRunners philosophy is all about. Meet teammates and coaches.
Current Practice Schedule

  • Monday - Arroyo Verde Elementary School, Highland 6pm-7:30 pm
  • Tuesday - San Gorgonia High School, Highland 6pm-7:30 pm
  • Wednesday - Arroyo Verde Elementary School, Highland 6pm-7:30 pm
  • Thursday - San Gorgonia High School, Highland 6pm-7:30 pm


Head Coach

Dr. Mike Leong

Team Parents

Cristina Miller
Tanya Markow