About Boston United Track & Cross-Country Club

Our goal is to promote, teach and support youth track & field and long distance running in the Greater Boston Area. Working in conjunction with local community groups, parents, schools, and the global track and field community.

Other information you should know

  • We are the only FREE, all comers track club in the Boston area
  • We have 5 certified coaches and three are all former division 1 collegiate track and field athletes
  • Practices are Saturday mornings; September – June
  • Weekday practices coming soon
  • We support all running and field events and have coaches that specialize in sprints, middle/long distance, jumps and throws


Boston United Track & Cross Country Club is a non-profit 501(c)3, independent track and field club whose mission is to promote, teach and support track and field and long distance running in the Greater Boston Area to athletes ages 5 and up. Working in conjunction with local community groups, parents, schools, and the global track and field community, our main goals are to:

1) Provide high-quality track and field/cross-country training and competition: to foster amateur athletic competitions throughout the year; train, prepare, develop and support amateur athletes, physically and mentally for the highest levels of competition locally, nationally and internationally; organize athletic competitions designed to provide amateur athletes venues to achieve their full competitive potential.

2) Support the Boston Public Schools’ existing track and field/cross-country programs: to provide training for new coaches; offer specialized clinics and supplemental training for experienced coaches; work with local colleges and universities to cultivate a pipe-line of future coaches and establish “mentor athlete” partnerships.

3) Promote physical fitness, mental discipline and healthy living: to teach, through the sport, sportsmanship, civic responsibility, leadership, teamwork and positive life skills; raise the profile of track and field among Boston Public School students and families;help increase the number of Boston student-athletes who gain acceptance into colleges in universities.

2 thoughts on “About Boston United Track & Cross-Country Club”

  1. Hello!!
    My interest in track and field has only grown as I’ve gotten old. I am 28 and would love to learn more about the track and field lifestyle.
    When I was in middle school we did some sprinting and I loved it. I recently started road running and a friend of mine asked that I join her in some track work for speed. It was amazing! I had the best time that night. It sparked something in me again.
    I am wondering how I could join living about 45 minutes from Boston, working full time and taking classes to further my career.
    You ask that all members meet on Saturday, Monday and Wednesday’s. Neither of those days work for me :/. Could you recommend a track and field near me (I live I Northborough, MA), if anything but?!

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