Jeff Gaudette has been running competitively for 13 years, at all levels of the sport. He was a two-time Division I All-American in Cross Country while at Brown University and competed professionally for 4 years after college, with 2 of those years as a member of the Hansons-Brooks Olympic Development team. Jeff has competed all over the world in race distances from the 5k to the Marathon. Jeff has recorded Olympic Trials qualifying times in both the marathon and 10,000 meters, with personal bests of 2:22 for the marathon and 13:59 for 5,000 meters. As a coach, he has been working with adult runners of all ability levels since 2005. In addition to coaching individuals, Jeff has served as the official coach of numerous races, most notably the Baltimore Marathon. He has helped hundreds of runners finish their first marathon and guided countless runners to Boston qualifying times. Jeff believes that no matter your level in the sport, running a personal best or achieving a goal is one of the greatest feelings you can experience. Guiding athletes and watching them succeed is what drives him to always be working to make you run faster and stay healthy. Jeff is certified by the USA Track and Field, the RRCA, and has been featured in Running Times magazine, Endurance Magazine, as well as numerous local magazine fitness columns. In addition to years of studying how exercise physiology applies to running in the traditional classroom setting, Jeff has had the opportunity to train directly under some of the best running coaches in the United States. These experiences have taught him how to adapt highly technical training concepts into everyday language and training schedules for runners of all ability levels. Jeff currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts, but coaches athletes in 36 different states and 4 countries.