Miami Location:(Practice begins 2/7/22)
City of Miami's Moore Park
765 NW 36th Street, Miami, FL 33127
Monday - Thursday 6 pm - 8 pm
Contact: Coach Darren Holt (305) 807-8016
Broward Location: (Practice begins 3/1/22)
Monday - Thursday 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Contact: Coach Reggie Holt (954) 829-8531
Call us in advance for registration instructions
Miami Northwest Express Track Club (305) 836-2409 / (305) 316-3772
The Miami NW Express Track Club is a 501c3 non-profit organization that was founded by the legendary Coach Jesse Holt Jr. in 1979. He was an accomplished Athlete, Coach, Trainer, Motivator, Father and Mentor to thousands of young men, women and children around the world, and the Head Coach of our South Florida team which averages more than 250 club members each year. Our club is open to adult competitors who double as volunteer coaches, role models, mentors and chaperones. Since our inception, the club has produced 80 individual state champions who have won a total of 240 gold medals, and countless Junior Olympic and National Championship titles. In 2008, we had two USA Olympians who competed in Beijing, China. One athlete won a bronze medal, the other was a finalist in her specialty event. We have had 7 members of our team to represent the team United States in international track and field competitions. We've had one world champion, and one Olympic youth champion.
Coach Holt's impact is global as he is the founder and builder of one of the largest annual international age group Track & Field competitions in the world - The Annual "NW Track & Field Classic," which attracts more than 3000 age group participants each year from the US, Bahamas, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Haiti and Guyana. The Classic is our club's primary fund-raiser and the proceeds are used to purchase track equipment and supplies, and to finance travel, lodging, food and entry fees to local and out of town track meets.
We extend an invitation to you and your family to join us for an experience of a lifetime. Mark your calendars now as the 46th Annual Event will be held on June 11-12, 2022 and also for the 6th Annual Jesse Holt Invitational Meet on March 5, 2022.
Click here to see: Coach Jesse Holt's Biography
Our primary objectives are:
1) To keep kids off of the streets and engaged in a meaning learning environment
2) To encourage physical fitness as a means of developing healthy bodies and sound minds
3) To provide coaching, mentoring and tutorial support which redirects negative behavior and encourages outstanding academic, family and life achievement
4) To provide peace of mind to children and families in need
5) To use track and field as a tool to expose children to a world of opportunity