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LANDON SWARTZ – Seasonal Assistant Coach

I’m currently a University of Lethbridge student working on getting a BSc in Biochemistry in hopes of pursuing a career in medicine. I compete for the university’s track and field team, where I run the 3000m and 1500m races. With current times of 9:06 and 4:09, respectively. I began my passion for running at Medicine Hat High School in grade ten, where I began running cross country and track for the rest of my high school athletics. In grade 11 I found success in cross country finishing 6th at provincials. Afterwards I did not want to stop training in the off season, which is when I decided to join Panthers and have continued to train and find success through the club. During high school track and field, I competed in the 4x400m, 800m, 1500m, and 3000m. At provincials in grade 12 I placed 4th in both the 3000m and 800m, 3rd in the relay, and 2nd in the 1500m. Going on to receive male athlete of the year in grade 12 along with mvp for track and cross country both grade 11 and 12. In my free time I love to compete in fun runs such as the rattler run, moonlight run, water run, and conquer the ridge to name a few.

I am very excited to share my passion of running with younger athletes and help them develop into the runners they aspire to be.

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