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Our purpose is to expose the wonderful world of Track & Field and Cross Country to our youth along with furthering the skills of current athletes to help them meet their goals.  Our  USATF & AAU Club teaches strength, skill, endurance, & speed. We support all Athletes who want to train with a group to get prepped and ready for their sport. We specialize in Speed, Jumps, Hurdles, Strength, & Endurance. 

 Most Training Sessions held at 

Episcopal School of Jacksonville 

4455 Atlantic Blvd

Jacksonville, Florida 32207

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Our purpose is to expose the wonderful world of Track & Field to our youth. 

Our USATF & AAU Club specializes in speed, jumps, hurdles, strength, & endurance.

 Our Coaching staff includes former Olympians, State, Regional & National titleholders, Level 1 USATF certifications, and over 50 years of experience. 

We coach all levels of fitness, talent, and ages. 

Every season ETC will offer an optional competition schedule. 

We strongly urge all ETC athletes to take advantage of competitions when it work with their family's schedule.

Join our staff for Track & Field Training from May-August



Training Sessions are held at

Episcopal School of Jacksonville

4455 Atlantic Blvd Jacksonville, Florida 32207 

Complete schedule 






Summer Distance Training

Monday -Wednesday- Friday & Saturdays

7 AM-8:30 AM

Prep for XC with us!  Join us to train all over town with coaches and fellow athletes to prep in for the fall!  

see the complete schedule here




Director & Founder Coach Stacy Brunell Cross Country/Mid-Long Distance

Coach Brunell started running & competing at age 10. She continued with Track & Cross Country through High School, winning 3 State XC Team Titles. She walked onto the University of Washington Team and lettering in Cross Country, Track earning  Most Inspirational Athlete her senior year. Stacy has coached in Washington, California, and Florida. She is USATF Level 1 certified and has coached athletes from ages 8-18 for over ten years.

Head Coach Hepburn Hurdles/Sprints/Speed

 Sylvanues Hepburn represented Freeport, Grand Bahamas as a sprinter in the 1996 & 2000 Olympic Games.  He also participated in the World Circuit as a track athlete from 1992 - 2002 and was a team member in the World Outdoor Championships from 1991 - 2001. After his participation in the Olympics, he started a career as a coach.  He trained several professional athletes and Olympic finalists/medalists such as Richard Seymour, Sidney Rice, Christopher Owens, and Allen Johnson to name a few. He has worked with many high school and college athletes teaching them techniques for increased speed, agility, and strength. Hepburn is certified by the International Sports Science Academy in Personal Training and Strength Training and Conditioning. He is certified by the National Council for Accreditation of Coaching Education as a USATF level 1 coach. Hepburn earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from St. Paul's College in Lawrenceville, VA.

Coach Cherry -Jumps

Coach Cherry attended Liberty University on an athletic scholarship where he played football and graduated with a B.S. degree in Communications. His major was Journalism, with a minor in Physiology. He has spent over 16 years working with youth via coaching and classroom instruction. He began his teaching and coaching career at North Florida Christian (NFC) in Tallahassee for several years. During his tenure at NFC, they won 2 Florida State Championship in football as well as 12 State Championships in Track and Field.  Coach Cherry specializes in all jumps & sprints.  Coach is the new Physical Education teacher for ELP II through sixth grade at St. Mark’s School. Coach Cherry has a passion to guide young children into successful independent learners and leaders.

Coach Scantling-Multi-sport

Coach Scantling is an American Decathlete. He finished fourth competing for the USA in the decathlon at the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo after winning the US Olympic trial in Eugene, Oregon. Scantling attended Episcopal High School. He went on to study financial planning and services at the University of Georgia He won the  2015 NCAA indoor heptathlon and was fourth in the decathlon at the US Olympic trials in 2016. He returned to competition in January 2020, he scored a heptathlon personal best of 6110, and followed that up a few weeks later with another personal best of 6209 to win at the US Indoor Championships in Annapolis, a world lead at the time and second overall in 2020, it was also the 8th best US mark of all time. In April 2021, at a meet in Athens he improved his personal best with 8476 points in his first decathlon competition in nearly five years, personal bests in the long jump with 7.56m and in the shot put with 16.20m. He went on to win the US Olympic trial decathlon scoring 8647 points. At the 2020 Olympics decathlon he finished fourth setting new personal bests  in the 400 m, and in the 1500 m of 4.35:54. Scantling has his eyes set on the World Championships this Spring!  

 Eagle Track Club Coaches





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