Jevin Monds began running in middle school as part of the lunch time run club. Once he began high school, he started his career in cross country and track and field training with St. Albert Track. During this time he won many provincial championships. After high school he was recruited to compete for High Point University, a Division 1 NCAA school in North Carolina. It was here that he obtained a degree in Exercise Science with a Minor in Athletic coaching. During his NCAA career he was a 5 time NCAA Big South medalist. Jevin combines his knowledge in physiology, coaching, personal training and his experiences on and off the track to develop personalized programs. Jevin has achieved personal best of -1500m 3:48.48, 5k-14:43.21, 10k 31:13, half marathon, 1:10.10 and continues to train towards new personal bests.
Glynis Milne started running in university, when she was approached by the coach of the cross country team. Running for the Griffins at Grant MacEwan University, she obtained a degree in commerce (accounting). During her time on the Griffins she was a provincial and national medalist. Glynis continues to pursue the 5k and 10k on the roads and looks to better her personal bests in the upcoming seasons.
Cameron Cook has been running and competing for over 2 decades. Cam is a level 2 NCCP Endurance coach, and has been coaching endurance athletes for the last 6 years. As a coach he has produced 2 national medalists and a dozen provincial medalists. Coach Cam's philosophy focuses on keeping athletes healthy, because an injured athlete cannot run a PB. If you are running slow and/or getting hurt something has to change. Every athlete is unique and therefore requires something that works for them.
Sean Baynton, ChPC, M.Ed. is an NCCP Level 4/5, and IAAF Level 5 certified coach in endurance events and currently holds the positions of Head Coach - Golden Bear’s & Panda’s XC at the University of Alberta, Lead Coach - Endurance Programming with the Golden Bear’s & Panda’s Track & Field program, in addition to a sessional lecturer with the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport & Recreation. Sean holds a Masters Diploma in High Performance Coaching from the National Coaching Institute - British Columbia, and a Masters of Education degree in Coaching Studies from the University of Victoria. His areas of research and study during his Masters degree included the long term athlete development programs focusing on the sensitive periods of athlete development and their importance on the neurophysiological development and maturation of the biomotor abilities for athletes looking to progress towards world class level endurance competition. Sean is a member of Coaches of Canada as a Chartered Professional Coach. He has also been named to multiple Athletics Canada national team programs as both a Head Coach & Event Group Coach, including the FISU World University Championships and the IAAF World Youth Championships. As a personal coach Sean has worked with numerous national team members, national championship medalists, and CIS-USport/Canada West champions and medalists.