Legend of the Northwest  

Rugged Beauty

Old School Grit

Our mission is to develop and maintain a roster of competitive athletes that qualify for the USOT in the Marathon; while being competitive at other National Championships and prestigious races around the country. We take a holistic approach with our elites, and believe that in order to compete at a national level, it is important to develop not only the physical, but the mental side as well. Our mission is to give support to athletes who already live spartan like lives, in an effort to reach their full potential.  

Be progressive, and have a reason for everything that you do.

Drew Wasmund

Head Coach, Ultimook Track Club

We are currently looking to add athletes to our elite roster. There are no formal standards. What you have done so far, is not as important as where you will go in the future. Also, our club is more than just about running fast. We want to make sure we are a good fit for each other. If you are an athlete that ran collegiately, and is looking to train at a serious level, I urge you to shoot us an email.

All Elite athletes receive the following:

  • Coaching services
  • Weekly group practices
  • Access to team masseuse
  • Access to team sports chiro
  • Ultimook kit and gear

Our elite athletes who have ran the following marks receive even more support:


  • 1500m: 3:52
  • 5000m: 14:35
  • 10,000m: 30:30
  • Half-Marathon: 68:00
  • Marathon: 2:22
  • Ultra: Competitive at a national level


  • 1500m: 4:30
  • 5000m: 16:45
  • 10,000m: 35:00
  • Half-Marathon: 76:00
  • Marathon: 2:48
  • Ultra: Competitive at a national level

To receive an application, or if you have any questions, or other inquiries, please contact Drew at drew.wasmund@gmail.com.

All the important hay is in the barn.

On 11/11, Roman tackled his last major specific workout before the CIM marathon on 12/8. Prescribed workout: 18 miles continuous. First 10-12 at conservative marathon, 6-8 at goal. Result: This is about as difficult of a workout as I'd ask for a marathoner to do. He's...

Russell wins WHEE 22 miler

10/5 Russell and I left Wilsonville morning at 5am, with plenty of time to spare before arrive a little ways past Oakridge. We stopped at the nearby Starbucks, then headed into the fog. As we chatted and caffeinated the fog didn't let up. In fact, as we drove past...

Asher’s 50k Training

After wins at the Ultramook 50k and the McKenzie River 50k, it is time to take a look back at some of Asher's training leading up to both races. 7/7 Ultramook 50k 9/7 McKenzie River 50k April Average weekly mileage = 85 (102, 114, 50, 75) Key workouts: 12 x 40s hills,...

Weekly Workout: 1,000 + 400 + 200

Athlete: Christian Parr Prescribed Workout: 1k (3:00) + 400 (56) + 200 (26) w/4min, 5min and 3 min recovery, respectively. Result: 2:57/56/26 This was one of the harder workouts I gave Christian last spring, when he was prepping for a quick 800m at PTF. Christian is a...

Weekly Workout: 8-10 x 1k (8/21/19)

Athlete: Roman Kirkov Prescribed Workout: 8-10 x 1k w/1min jog, in 3:12 > 3:07 [5 minute rest] 4 x 200 smooth Results: 10 x 1k averaging 3:06 w/ 4x200 Another bread and butter workout here. I really believe in high volume workouts with efforts within the 10k-15k...

“I really love the progression of Drew’s workouts. His individual approach to writing workouts for my specific needs is really helping me reach my potential. Having his experience and guidance gives me confidence I will reach the starting line with the best chance to reach my goals!”

Michael "Master" Murphy

In 2017 was ranked US#4 in the 1500m, US #2 and World #5 in the Mile, #1 in the US for 3000m, and #1 in the US for the 5000m

Our Coach

Drew Wasmund

Over the past decade, Drew has coached at the high school and collegiate level. Now with the Ultimook Track Club, Drew is focusing on developing athletes whose main goal is to qualify for the United States Olympic Trials.


Drew Wasmund Resume

Drew ran for and graduate from Wilsonville high school in 2006. His senior year, Wilsonville won the OSAA 3A state title in XC. Drew then attended Western State College of Colorado, where he was a member of the perennial national power XC/TF programs. Ultimately, Drew graduated with a BA from Portland State University in Political Science

Drew got his coaching start at his alma mater Wilsonville, where he has been an assistant coach on and off since 2010. In his time at Wilsonville he has assisted in three team trophies for Wilsonville (Boys: 3rd and a 4th), (Girls: a 2nd place finish). There have been multiple all-state athletes that have came through during this time. 

In 2014 Drew became the distance coach at Clackamas Community College. While there, the men’s team finished 3rd at the NWAC XC Championships. The men’s DMR team set a new school record. Drew coached two NWAC All-American’s, including Jackson Baker who won NWAC titles in the 5000m and 3000m steeple. Baker’s time of 9:28 was ranked 12th nationally. Danny Robertson ran 3:56 which was ranked 24th nationally.

While coaching for the Ultimook Track Club, the following athletes have achieved the following:

Jackson Baker

2016 USA XC Champs, 38th

3000m: 8:37.21 (PR)     

5000m: 14:56.47 (PR)   

10,000m: 32:10.63 (PR) 

8km xc: 24:42.90 (PR)


Tyler Van Dyke

2017 Jerome Hill Climb, 1st

2017 USATF Marathon Trail Champs, 10th

5000m: 14:59

Arizona Half Marathon, 7th, 1:11:42 (PR)


Aki Kitagawa

2018 Bucs XC Champs: 42th place

2017 Nottingham Half-Marathon, 6th place, 1:11:16 (PR)

5000m: 14:59.30

10,000m: 30:51.62

10 mile: 54:02 (PR)


Asher Catterall

2017 Crazy Horse Trail Half Marathon: 2nd, 1:13:11

2018 Lean Horse 20miler: 1st, course record of 2:38:05

2018 Mickelson Trail Half Marathon: 1st, 1:12:09

2018 Crazy Horse Trail Marathon: 1st, course record of 2:42:17


Michael Murphy (45-49 age group)

1500m: 4:27.31 (US #4) 2017

Mile: 4:45.23 (#2 US) (#5 World) 2017

3000m: 9:22.48 (#1 US) (#31 World) 2017

5000m: 16:04.56 (#1 US) (#20 World) 2017

Half Marathon: 1:17.27


Kayla Moore

Mile: 5:14.68 (PR)

Road 5k: 17:48 (PR)


Interested in Joining our Elite Team?

5 + 7 =