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about The wings Track club

The Club operates year round, with our Phase I cross-country season beginning in August; Phase II indoor season beginning in mid – October, Phase III regular season training beginning in January through March and Phase IV the Competition season from March to July. Wings Track Club has an enrollment of approximately 190 to 250 athletes annually. Other programs include a fall track and field speed clinic that is offered to track and field athletes, soccer, baseball, football and athletes who are interested in improving their agility, strength and speed.

Wings Track Club 2021 COVID-19 Practice Guidelines

Our Mission & Vision

At the Wings Track Club we take great honor in assisting each athlete with the opportunity to reach his or her full potential. We successfully accomplish this by developing athletic speed, endurance, strength, encouraging high self-esteem, personal accountability, self-discipline, goal setting, and goal achievement. Wings Track Club seeks to develop well-rounded individuals who learn not only the ground rules of athletic training but also the importance of education in an atmosphere conducive to developing sound character.

Winning begins in your mind not at the finish line.

Why Join The Wings?

We have a dedicated staff of volunteer coaches and administrators, whose desire is to see the inexperience athlete develop into a competitive collegiate contender. Wings athletes continue to flourish in institutions of higher education and several are currently competing with scholarships at various colleges and universities throughout the United States.

World Class Athletes

Allen Aldridge
Knile Davis
Donald Driver
David Givens

Foswhitt Whittaker

 

Kerron Clement
Diamond Dixon
Willie Kelly

Kerron Clement
Raevyn Rogers

Chandler Foreman – Miss Texas 2019
Crystle Stewart – Miss USA 2008

Club History

The Wings Track Club of Houston, Texas is one of the nation’s leading and most experienced youth track and field organizations in the state of Texas. Mr. Curtis Terrel founded the club in 1977 out of the need to assist young persons, who were interested in organized track and field competition on local, regional, and national levels.

The Wings Track Club is a 501.3(c) non-profit corporation, which uses the Fort Bend County’s Willowridge High School facility for weekly practices and annually held home track meets.

Since the Clubs inception the Wings Track Club has been a pillar for the surrounding Houston community not only providing a viable organization where kids could develop their  track and field abilities but also serving as a portal for sending athletes to colleges and universities across the United States. Over 75% of Wings athletes have received collegiate scholarships to the nation’s top ranked U.S. institutions. The Club has also produced many elite athletes that compete on the Olympic national circuit.

1977

Wings Track Club Founded

100 to 150

National Competitors
a year

5

Male Athletes to make U.S.a Olympic Team

2

Female Athletes to make U.S.A Olympic Team

95%

Athletes who reach Senior division attend and Compete in College

3

U.S.A Olympic Gold medalist

2

world Medalist

2

Female Athletes to make U.S.A Olympic Team

Become a Volunteer or Donate Today

 Reliable volunteers and monetary donors both provide tremendous value which allow our club to reach goals and obtain its mission. However, if you really want to support our organization, consider signing up as a volunteer. Volunteering, unlike a donation, gives the chance to see your impact up close.

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Club Sponsors

Want to Join The Club?

Wings Track Club is a sanctioned member of the Amateur Athletic Union of The United States Inc. (AAU) organization and participates in track and field events through the Region 17 Gulf District of the AAU. Since its inception, the club has represented, annually, its Association and Region at National Junior Olympics held at various sites around the country.