The Snoqualmie Valley Track Club cross country
program provides a fun running environment for
youth. Our 2020 team was coached by dedicated
volunteers Jordan Hamm and Matt Freud setting
an excellent example for youth with a goal of
guiding participants toward their individual personal
best. The program teaches the fundamentals
of distance running, such as how to run more
efficiently, pacing, and basic warm-up/cool-down
strategies. While our season at South Fork Landing
in North Bend was a bit different this season
as team structure was kept smaller and meets
against other eastside teams cancelled, our runners
worked hard at each practice and put forth
their best effort at a team race at the park. Keep up
the good work runners!
Snoqualmie Valley Track Club is excited about
continuing with our cross country program for
the fifth consecutive year! This season we are
looking at competitions with Bellevue, Issaquah,
Maple Valley and Auburn. We are always in need
of coaches, please reach out if running is your
passion! Our focus is guiding participants towards
their individual best effort working on running efficiency,
pacing, and safe warm-up and cool-down
routines. We practice twice a week, and meets
are hosted on Sundays.
Snoqualmie Valley Track Club – All Comers Track Meets
Kids, parents and family
members are all invited
to attend our All
Comers track meets
hosted by the Snoqualmie
Club. Participants may enter up to 5 events at each
meet. Events include variety of running distances
and field events such as running long jump and
Snoqualmie Valley Track Club – Junior Wildcat Track Club
Our Junior Wildcat Track Team practices at Mount
Si High School on Tuesday/Thursday evenings.
Running events include distances from 25m to
1600m. Field events include long jump and turbo
javelin. Registration fee includes a club t-shirt.
Valley Track Club!
SVTC is run by volunteer coaches who are passionate
about the sport and enjoy working with youth.
Coaches work with young athletes ages 5-14 on
sprints, distance running, and field events including
jumping and throwing events. Volunteer commitment
is 3-4 hours per week during the summer season.
Contact Aaron Colby at (425) 831-1900 or
for more info.