Young Coach Initiative

Join ALTIS Sprint Coach Stuart McMillan and Harvard Associate Head Coach Kebba Tolbert for a FREE 6 week virtual coaching program.

For any coach under 30 years old

Spaces limited to just 15 coaches

Chat with some of the best coaches in the industry

Be quick...spaces are filling up FAST!

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Meetings will be every Sunday at 3pm MST, beginning on February 28.

The deadline for registration is Sunday, February 21st at midnight MST

Only 15 spaces available!

Currently in his 26th year of professional coaching, Stuart McMillan is CEO at ALTIS. Stuart has worked with professional and amateur athletes in a variety of sports with a focus on power and speed development, and has personally coached 70 Olympians at 7 Olympic Games; 35 of whom have won Olympic medals. Mostly recently, Stu guided Canadian sprinter Andre DeGrasse to three medals at the Rio Olympic Games, British sprinter CJ Ujah to the 2017 Diamond League final win, and American sprinter Ameer Webb to two straight American titles in the 200m.  All three also ran sub10 under Stu’s watch, with both Andre and Ameer also running sub20.

Stuart McMillan Olympic Games Interview

Stuart McMillan
CEO & Sprint Coach

Coach Kebba Tolbert is in his tenth season as the women’s sprints/hurdles and horizontal jumps coach for Harvard in 2019-20 and eighth as associate head coach of the squad. He has coached multiple All-Americans and National Champions, including Gabby Thomas, who became the first Ivy League women’s sprinter to win an indoor national championship in the 200m, setting a new collegiate record with her 22.38 mark. Kebba has won the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Northeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year multiple times.

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Kebba Tolbert
Associate Head Coach