Runner's Forum - "Ask the Experts"
This is your chance to ask the experts questions about running, nutrition, training and injuries. In a casual, conversational setting our panel of experts will directly address any questions that you have about the sport. This year, the traditional Runner's Forum session will be immediately followed by a special session with Roger Robinson, Kathrine Switzer and John Pitarresi.
When & Where
Saturday, July 7, 2018
1:00 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.
Mohawk Valley Community College
1101 Sherman Dr
Utica, New York
The 2018 panel:
We are thrilled to have Erin join us again this year. From nearby Remsen, NY Erin won a Bronze Medal in the 2014 Winter Olympics. She has the distinction of being the first American athlete to win a medal in the singles luge event. We all cheered for Erin in Pyeongchang, South Korea this year and wish her luck for the future. You will have the unique opportunity to meet and ask Erin about her Olympic career.
Dane is an extreme athlete best known for running 52 marathons in 52 weekends averaging 3:21 along the way. He has also run a 202-mile relay solo in 50 hours, qualified for world championships in triathlon, duathlon & aquathlon, played college rugby & boxed Golden Gloves. A four-time author ad sought after speaker, Dane's efforts in philanthropy have also raised over $100,00. for various charities nationwide. Dane's most recent book, "Run This Place: 52 Must Run Races in North America" features the Boilermaker Road Race.
Cindy Chan Phillips, RD, MS, MBA
Cindy is a registered dietitian and health communicator. She is the Director of Nutrition Education of the New York Beef Industry Council. She was the primary dietitian of the Critical Care Unit at Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare, Utica NY, where she provided medical nutrition therapy and nutrition education to improve the clinical outcome for patients who were critically ill or suffered acute or chronic diseases.
Patricia E. Wolber, PT, M.Ed. Chief Operating Officer, CPTE Health Group
Patsy is co-owner of the Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise (CPTE) in southern New Hampshire. CPTE is the largest independent practice in New Hampshire specializing in the care of athletes of all ages and abilities. She is a licensed physical therapist with over 35 years of experience. Patsy's clinical expertise and specializations include orthopedic physical therapy, gait analysis, sports rehabilitation and biomechanical imbalances, Graston Technique, Dry Needling, work related injury prevention and care, neck and back care, and neuromuscular therapy