Wayne Phipps is to remain leader for the Washington State University Cougars track and field program as reported by Paul Merca here.
The WSU site also states:
Wayne Phipps, 49, is in his fourth year as the Director of Cross Country/Track & Field at Washington State University after an already highly successful coaching career on the Palouse. Phipps moved eight miles west from Moscow, Idaho to Pullman July 1, 2014, to become the 15th coach to take the reins of the Cougars men’s program and the second coach for the combined men’s and women’s program at WSU. In December of 2017 Phipps signed a contract to remain the coach through June 2023.
Phipps began his coaching career in his hometown of Prince George, British Columbia, with the Prince George Track and Field Club. During that time, he coached several provincial and national medalists and champions. As an athlete, Phipps was a three-year letter winner in basketball and a four-year letter winner in track and cross country at D.P. Todd Secondary. He also competed for the Prince George Track and Field Club where he was coached by his father, Ron.
Phipps competed for the University of Montana and the University of British Columbia, where he graduated with a degree in exercise science in 1991. He earned his masters of science from the University of Oregon in exercise and movement science, with a sports medicine major and minors in biomechanics and exercise physiology.
Wayne has worked with Canadian Olympian, Angela Whyte while she was a student at the University of Idaho and an assistant coach at WSU.
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