The Texas Stallions Track Club is a Texas Elite Youth Athletic Nonprofit Corporation for youth athletes under 19 years of age, which compete in the Youth Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) and USA Track and Field. We are a 501(c)3 Tax Exempt Organization. Students enrolled in schools districts from Spring, Klein, Conroe, Houston, and the surrounding North Houston area, make up our club. Each year our outdoor season runs from April – June, and our athletes compete in 10 - 12 local meets with many qualifying to participate at the AAU National Qualifier. The season will then conclude with the AAU National Junior Olympic Games which will be held in late July/early August. The Junior Olympics is a seven-day, action-packed meet with representatives from across the nation competing in track and field events. More than 8,000 athletes annually qualify to participate at this competition.
Formed in 2009, after the disbanding of the Texas Stallions Youth Track Club, the Texas Stallions Track Club is a young organization founded on the principles of Dedication, Determination and Discipline. As a board and coaching staff we pride ourselves on being able to provide our athlete's with one on one attention that receives results. We have a very experienced Coaching Staff, with four USATF Level 1 Certified Coaches in Head Coach Paul Durisseau, Assistant Head Coach Lavoxkeia Carnes, Head Field Events Coach James Carnes, and Head Jumps Coach Amesha Forward.
The Texas Stallions Track Club has a rigorous program that will develop you as a complete athlete. We provide up to three 1.5 - 2 hour sessions per week, a uniform, spirit pack, USATF and/or AAU membership and secondary insurance is included with registration.
However, athletics is just one aspect of youth development that we focus on. We are interested in our athlete’s dreams for the future and how the sport can help them achieve their dreams.
We are Small and Mighty, with membership of 25 - 50 athletes. Our achievements thus far:
Dedication, Determination, Discipline
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