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    Running from 2006 to 2008

    Running from 2006 to 2008

    Coach Greg

    Coach Greg Shore is a Road Runners Club of America certified running coach and a USA Track and Field Level 1 coach. In just two years, Coach Greg went from the couch to coach and participated in over 50 races including  a 15K, half-marathon, triathlon, 2.4 mile open water swim, and a marathon. During the journey, he endured one knee operation and had to start over again and along the way, as the pounds melted away, so did the personal walls Greg had built around himself. He also discovered that more and more friends were asking questions about running and how to train. In the ensuing years Coach Greg has added many more races to his resume, including a Half Ironman triathlon.


    Kiawah Island Half-Marathon Finishers

    Coach Greg has coached runners in everything from getting faster in a mile time trial to completing their first marathons to completing an Ironman triathlon. He has coached beginning runners for the Charleston Running Club and has coached at the official Cooper River Bridge Run training clinics. His athletes range in age from 10 to 80. At the 2008 Kiawah Half-Marathon, he coached eight runners. Four of them finished their first half-marathon and four of them set new personal records at that distance. Since that time, he has had many runners go on to set new firsts and PRs at multiple distances and events.

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    Team Moore Ons Running

    Team Moore Ons Running

    Coach Noah

    Unlike many runners, Coach Noah Moore has never defined himself as a runner. Instead, he defines himself as husband first, father second, and everything else comes after those two things. He set a great example as both his late son and his wife became runners as well.

    Noah decided to get into coaching because of his desire to work with others as a way to share his love of running. He also helps coach the Mount Pleasant Track Club.

    Noah has personal experience with having a life style in which he was sedentary to one where he finds adventures every day.

    In 2007, Noah weighed  268 pounds.  With a change in his eating habits and a move to an active life style he lost over 100 pounds and as maintained that weight loss for over seven years.  During those years he improved his time at the Cooper River Bridge 10k from one hour and seventeen minutes to forty eight minutes and 2 seconds.

    Coach Noah is certified by the Road Runner’s Club of America and USA Track and Field.  Noah has completed numerous marathons, some as a pacer, and multiple Ultras, including a Rim to Rim to Rim crossing of the Grand Canyon.

    You can learn more about Coach Noah’s personal adventures as well as his Couch to 5K program at

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