NNW 2017 Clinicians
Olympian Tonie Campbell
Coach Tonie Campbell earned a Bronze Medal in the 110m hurdles at the 1988 Olympic games in Seoul, Korea. Coach Campbell was also the IAAF World Indoor Champion in 1987. He is currently privately coaching several aspiring Olympians in the southern California area.
USATF Level 3
USATF: Certified Level 1 Instructor
IAAF: Certified Level 5 Elite Sprints/Hurdles Coach
ISSA: Certified Sports Strength Conditioning Trainer
USATF: Certified Level 3 Sprints/Hurdles/Relays
IAAF: Certified Level 2 Youth Specialization/Talent Identification Coach
USA Track & Field Southern California Association: Coaches Education Chair
Co-author BSB: The Definitive Guide to Youth Athletic Strength, Conditioning and Performance
Neil Young (Coach Neil) serves as a catalyst to the success of many athletes competing at all levels, some have transitioned to collegiate ranks that hold World and American records in Combined Events, Jumps, and Sprints/Hurdles. 2012 recognized as an Emerging Elite Coach Sprints/Hurdles and in 2013 participated in the USATF/USOC Mater Coach Mentorship Program. Young has USATF Level 3 and IAAF Level V Academy Elite Coaching certifications (the highest attainable) in the Jump events. Additionally, he has a USATF Level 2 certification in Sprints, Hurdles & Relays events and Combined Events.
Super Thrower TC
4x PAC12 Champ
While at Stanford
USATF Level 3
Dave Turnbull has been the head coach at Summit High School since 2003. His teams have earned 14 Oregon 5A state championship titles; 4 for the boys and the 10 in a row for the girls, and more individual athletes than I care to count.
Raising the Bar TC
Mark Vanderville has 33 yrs. of experience as a vaulter and coach. He competed for 2 yrs. at Highline Community College with a best of 16'3". He competed for the University of Oregon with a best of 17'6" that ranks him 9th on their all time list and was runner up in the Pac 10 Championships in 1990. He competed for the Oregon International Track Club from 1992 to 1999 and was coached jointly by Dan West and Andrzej Krzesinsky and improved his personal best to 17' 8 1/2".
Mark started as the women's vault coach at the University of Oregon in 1999 and started coaching the men also in 2004. During his 7 yrs. he coached athletes to 3 NCAA national titles, 18 NCAA appearances, 2 PAC-10 Champions, and 9 All-Americans. His vaulters set both the men's and women's school records of 19’ and 14' 8". Mark along with two other coaches started the Raising the Bar pole vault club in 2006. He coached a young 8th grade kid all the way through HS were he jumped 17' 2" and won the USA jr. Nationals his Senior year. Mark works as a Fire Captain for the city of Eugene.