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MORE JAMIE STAFF AT ENCINO VELODROME


Jamie Staff gives us some more advice on standing starts with Jack Lindquist offering the demonstration (and Dingo crawling on the ground snapping a photo).

Another great video from Pat Benson. Thanks, Pat!

JAMIE STAFF COACHING AT ENCINO VELODROME


Last Tuesday former World Champ and the US Team’s sprint coach Jamie Staff came up to Encino Velodrome for a coaching and training session.

Pat Benson put together a great video from the evening.
ROLLIN’ BLOODY 

Daaamn, Jack!  What the hell did you do?

Photo by Stefan “Dingo” Mayer.
ROLLIN’ BLOODY 

Daaamn, Jack!  What the hell did you do?

Photo by Stefan “Dingo” Mayer.

ROLLIN’ BLOODY


Daaamn, Jack! What the hell did you do?

Photo by Stefan “Dingo” Mayer.

Matt Baranoski's Path To Keirin Bronze



USA Cycling's sprint coach Jamie Staff wrote up a cool account of Matthew Baranoski's ride to Men's Keirin Bronze at last weekend's UCI Juniors World Champs.

Baranoski brought home one of two medals awarded to USA. Coryn Rivera also won the Bronze for the Women’s Omnium. Full results from the Junior Worlds are available here.

Read Jamie Staff’s recap of Baranoski’s Keirin here.

J. Staff To Host FREE Sprint Camp At LA Velodrome

BREAKING NEWS! USA’s new sprint coach, Jamie Staff is hosting a free sprint camp for Elites and Juniors at LA Velodrome this September. Here’s the release from USA Cycling:

« USA Cycling is pleased to announce an opportunity for elite and junior track athletes to attend a FREE sprint camp with new Sprint Program Director, Jamie Staff, in preparation for the USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships.

The camp will take place at the ADT Event Center Velodrome in Carson, Calif., September 13-28 with the two main goals being to educate riders on race preparation and to identify up-and-coming talent on the track.

There is no cost to attend this camp. However, participation is limited to the first 12 riders and is open only to junior and elite-level sprinters. Each participant will be responsible for his or her own travel, accommodation, and food.

Following the camp, riders can race for national titles at the 2010 USA Cycling Elite Track National Championships, also at the ADT Event Center Velodrome, Sept. 29 – Oct. 3.

During the sprint camp, Coach Staff will work with each individual rider to help them develop race tactics and bike riding techniques and to teach them how to approach the taper period for optimal race-day performance. In addition, participants will learn from nutritionists, bicycle mechanics, and a USADA and sports psychologist.

This is the first of several sprint camps that USA Cycling will be offering in coming months, and is a great opportunity to work with former world champion and 2008 Olympic gold medalist Jamie Staff.

For more information, or to register for this camp, contact Jamie directly at jstaff@usacycling.org or 719-229 3768. »

Better hurry up and reserve your spot now!

Stupid, goofy and slightly amusing. Jamie Staff teaches a couple of blokes how to ride on Herne Hill Velodrome in this bit made for BBC.

Kit Karzen interviews USA’s newly appointed Sprint coach Jamie Staff. Staff chats about what they’re looking to achieve with the sprint program in the next couple years leading up to the 2012 Olympics.

And check out Part 2 of the interview here.

USA Track Team Welcomes Jamie Staff

I’ve been hearing rumors about this but today it’s been confirmed by USA Cycling. British Olympian Jamie Staff has been hired to manage USA’s track sprinting team.

Staff is an Olympic gold medalist and a former World Champion in both track and BMX cycling events and now he will be a key figure in earning USA one of the 8 spots in the new Match Sprint tournament for the 2012 Olympics in London.

Staff and the USA team are set to begin training the new sprint program at LA Velodrome in July.

Found on USA Cycling.

Interview With Jamie Staff



Another track star interview today.

Cycling Weekly interviews Olympic Team Sprint champion Jamie Staff who recently announced his retirement at the age of 36.


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