Cathy Utzschneider has a passion for masters racing, especially on the track, as a competitor, author, and coach. And this is certainly in large part due to the fact that she didn’t start racing until she was a masters runner herself, at age 40. She has since won many championship events, coached many athletes to incredible achievements, and written extensively about masters running. Cathy also created and developed the goal-achievement method MOVE, which she teaches to others, and uses herself, in her own life and with the people she personally coaches.
Cathy has won multiple national championships on the track and earned a podium placing at the World Masters Games. She has written for National Masters News for many years and is the author of multiple books on running, including High Performance in Midlife and Beyond, which features stories of champion women masters racers. Cathy is also focused on growing her M.O.V.E. community of coaches and goal-focused individuals.
Cathy will be giving her TED Talk at Boston College in the Robsham Theater on March 19, 2022, at 4:30, about how setting short term goals can transform your life. People can attend the event live and in person, and the talk will be available afterward on YouTube: find it by searching for TEDx Boston College.