President, Blane Williams sharolyn donaldson-burr
Eddie jackson brent fullwood
President - Blane Williams

Coach Blane has been coaching track and field with The Heat Track Club since its inception in 2003. Starting as a parent of two young athletes, he watched and learned from the other coaches and began stepping in to assist more and more.

His having coached youth football and little league baseball for over seven years helped him to become an immediate asset to the Club. He became a USATF Level 1 Certified Coach in 2006 and was officially named Head Coach of the Heat following the 2006 Junior Olympics seasons.

Coach Blane is the father of two Heat Athletes, both whom have achieved the honor of National Champions, one once and the other thirteen times. They both have earned several national medals. One has 14 and one has 30 national medals. One of his children currently holds three 2009 National Junior Olympic Championships, three 2009 Club National championships, and also holds five national Junior Olympic records. One of his athletes was honored in 2008 with an invitation for his relay team to participate in the Hersheys North American Championship.


Sharolyn Donaldson-Burr – Assistant Coach (Lead Starts & Hurdles)

Coach Burr is the mother of a ten time National Junior Olympic medalist. During her eight years with the team, Sharolyn has served as a parent volunteer, Board member, and parent coach and Assistant Coach. She specializes in starts, relays, sprints and assists with hurdles. Not only has she coached track and basketball, but also played basketball and ran track in high school and in college.




Eddie Jackson – Assistant Sprints Coach

Coach Jackson is the father of two Heat athletes, one who is a six time National Junior Olympic medalist and the other a four time National medalist. He has been an active parent volunteer for the team for over four years and looks forward to serving the team in the capacity of coach.




Brent Fullwood – Assistant Shot Put Coach

Coach Brent has been a membe of the Heat for over six years. He has served as a volunteer, an Official and a parent/community coach. He is the father of two multi-time National Qualifiers and contenders.

He himself is a former college and professional football player. In 1986, he was selected as All-American. Known as a speedster, he was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the 1st round (4th pick) of the 1987 NFL Draft. A 5'11", 209-lb. running back from Auburn University, Fullwood played in four NFL seasons from 1987 to 1990. During the 1989 NFL football season, he led the Packers in rushing with 821 yards and was selected to the Pro Bowl. In the 1980’s, he has been documented to be one of the fastest running backs in history.

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