In the world of ultrarunning, there is perhaps no coach that is more respected, more credentialed, more qualified than Jason Koop. Koop has worked with a variety of athletes, from beginners to the elite, for well over a decade and as a passionate and lifelong student, he remains devoted the sport, the science, and the single-track.
Come join us at The Colorado Running Company on January 26th to learn what one of the most knowledgable individuals in ultrarunning has to say! Doors will open at 6 and the talk begins begin at 6:30.
More about Jason Koop:
Koop walks the walk-or runs the run as the case may be-when it comes to ultras. His journey from a cross-country runner at Texas A&M to ultra coach started with a post-graduation internship at CTS (Carmichael Training Systems) in the summer of 2001. A runner in a company of predominantly cycling coaches, Koop was quickly drafted and trained to be the company’s lead running coach. In 2006 Jason traveled around the US coaching and supporting Dean Karnazes as the “Ultramarathon Man” ran 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 days. Karnazes again tapped Koop’s expertise in 2011 for “Regis and Kelly’s Run Across America with Dean Karnazes,” a nearly 3,000 mile cross-country run. As the Director of Coaching for CTS, Jason coaches runners, cyclists, and triathletes in his role as a CTS Premier Coach. He also oversees the recruitment, education, and ongoing evaluation of more than 50 endurance coaches and has developed CTS’ Quality Assurance system for coaching as well as the CTS Coaching College. His personal ultra running resume includes two top-10 finishes at the Leadville 100 Run and finishes at some of ultrarunning’s most formidable events including the Western States Endurance Run, the Badwater 135, the Wasatch 100, and Hardrock 100.
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