Idaho Dash is Raffling a Car. We are selling 3500 tickets at $10 each to raise money to go to the USATF Jr. Olympic National Meet in Sacramento. Please help support the athletes by purchasing a ticket or 10 and you could also Win a NEW CAR. We will raffle off the car when all tickets are sold!
Tickets Sold as of July 20 - 3500/3500
The winning ticket number is 5346237 - Belonging to Wally Pidcock!!! Congratulations to Wally ane Thank you to everyone that purchased tickets!
This summer we had a number of athletes join us for the first time. Athletes ages 7 to 18 pushed each other to get better while making great friends. Numerous athete's saw personal bests at this competition and had a lot of fun doing so.
This summers qualifying meet took place at BYU, Utah. Idaho Dash took 51 athletes to the meet. We qualified 47 to move on to the National Meet. We had 14 Regional Champions as well as a record in the 17-18 Women's 4x100 Relay.
This year we saw 23 athletes compete in the Jr. Olympics in North Carolina. It was an eye opening experience to see the level of competition the Nation has to offer. Our athletes rose to the challenge and performed great. Troy Colleran earned All-American Honors in the Decathlon, Julia Nixon finished 10th in the Heptathlon, Kennedy Patterson finished 15th in the 11-12 400 Meter, and the 17-18 Girls 4x400 Relay set a new Club Record finishing 21st overall. All of the athletes competed extremely well and showed that they belong on the National Stage.
Thank you to KTVB for spotlighting our club on Sunday Sports Extra. It is great to show the community what great things these athletes are doing.
Become a part of the Family!!!! Our registration for the Summer 2019 season is now open. Registration details, including seasons, packages, dates, and times can be found on the Schedule Tab at the top of the p
Troy finished off his summer with an outstanding performance in the Decathlon in North Carolina. His 5,820 points were enough to earn him 7th place on the podium and earn All-American. Troy becomes the 3rd Dash Athlete to earn All-American in the Combined events and 5th overall. He is headed to Amherst College in the Fall.
Idaho Dash Track Club was formed in the Summer of 2013 with the purpose of providing athletes in the Treasure Valley an opportunity to compete in the sport of Track and Field. The club started with 5 athletes. James and Jason Honell, Zack Andrew(currently attending Oklahoma State for Throws), Payton Pfautch, and Noah Elia. These 5 athletes laid a foundation for growth by creating a fun, competitive, and family environment. As we have continued to grow, we have maintained the original goal of being a family. Our kids and parents have helped create a wonderful club for athletes of all ages and abilities.
In the beginning we wanted all of our athletes to not only focus on their own goals and achievements, but to support their teammates in practices, competitions, and outside the track. We wanted to be an extended family and create a welcoming environment for anyone that joined our team.
Always supporting each other. Family!!
"I joined Idaho Dash after my sophomore year and it was one of the best decisions I've ever made. I a matter of one summer, they took me from being a JV runner that couldn't make district finals to a State finalist. The next year I was the State runner up in both 110 and 300 Hurdles. When I transfered in they welcomed me with open arms. Everyone on the team bring a great attitude to practice and competitions. We are like a family and no one is ever left out. I still train with the team over winter and summer breaks."
"Being raised in Southern California, I was raised in a very competitive Track and Field environment. When relocating to Idaho, I wanted to make sure I could maintain and expand my track ability. Idaho Dash Track Club offered me that opportunity and my knowledge and skill of the sport has grown vastly since joining. Best of all, the team is a family with a purpose and I love improving with them every day."
" Our daughter joined Idaho Dash Track Club in the winter of 2016. She had been a runner for years, but never felt like she had a very experienced coach in her areas. She also had never developed a rapport with a coach which I feel is important when you are training for your number 1 sport. She instantly felt accepted at Dash and began to learn more about lifting to improve in her running events. I was very impressed with the technical teaching of weight lifting. She ended her freshman high school career with a 2nd place finish at state and I believe her Dash winter training contributed to that. She then continued with Dash for summer track and on to nationals. James encouraged her to broaden her horizons and try some new events which I greatly appreciated. James and the other Dash coaches truly care about these kids and push them to be their best. They know what they are doing and are always working to be better coaches for these kids. Dash has been a blessing for us and we look forward to the next few years."
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