In your mind, focus on your strengths, not your weaknesses. People approach me, and the first thing they tell me is 'I'm not good at...' What I want to know is what you are good at. When you become stronger at what you do well, the weaker points will improve too." Dave Scott, 6x Ironman Champion
The MSA Endurance team is an internationally recognized high school cycling, mountain biking, and distance running program. The team is a varsity sport and competes in both high school and USA Cycling events throughout the year. MSA is the nation's only fully school-based USA Cycling Center of Excellence. Miller School of Albemarle is a coeducational day and boarding school (grades 8-12) located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Miller School of Albemarle understands that endurance athletics require specific training and travel that is a challenge to balance with the average high school student’s schedule. Furthermore, MSA realizes that while cycling is one of the world’s most popular sports, it is not often recognized by most high school athletic departments. MSA’s program provides junior endurance athletes with the support and time necessary to balance high-level training and racing with high-level academics.
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Athletes are given the time and coaching necessary to succeed at the highest level of the sport. The team is an official, 3-season varsity sport at MSA. Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Miller School of Albemarle is surrounded by some of the best road cycling and mountain biking terrain in the country. Endurance athletes from around the world travel to Western Albemarle County to train and race on the seemingly endless country roads and trails. MSA's 1,600-acre campus has over 12 miles of mountain bike trails.
Email Peter Hufnagel, Director of Special Programs (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 434-823-4805, ext. 299