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CYA TRACK is a low-key program. Our main objective is to instill a love of Track & Field within the children who participate and to make it fun. Participants are exposed to all skill areas of Track & Field including sprinting, distance running, hurdling, throwing (shot put, safe javelins), and jumping (long jump, triple jump and high jump).


Ed Lull (CYA Track Program Director)

Ed Lull re-started the CYA Track program nine years ago after a 2-year period of dormancy.  Ed Lives in Fairfax with his wife of 23 years, Lynn, and his three daughters Cali, Samantha and Hannah, who are all involved in the CYA Track Program.
Ed ran track and cross country at Lake Braddock High School in Burke, VA, earning all-region honors six times and all-state honors twice.  Ed is a  1-time Fairfax County Champion, 3-time Northern Region Champion, and in 1979 set the Northern Region record in the 1,000 yard run (2:18.0, breaking his best friend and teammate Brian Robinson's mark of 2:18.1 set in 1978, which Robinson set by beating his best friend and teammate Dan Huskerson's mark of 2:18.2 from 1977) , the Northern Region 1,000 yard record was retired in 1979 when the region converted to metric events.   Ed's time in the 1,000 meter run at the state championship trials that same year still stands as the Lake Braddock High School record to this day (2:32.0).  In 1979 he was selected to run with the DC Striders Track Club at the Outdoor National Invitational - Atlanta Track Classic in Atlanta, GA, where he posted his personal best half-mile of 1:53.9.
He attended the College of William and Mary on a track scholarship, however, injuries from his college training ended his track career in his Sophomore year.

In 2009 Ed was inducted into the Lake Braddock Track and Field Hall of Fame.

Kevin McGorty

Kevin McGorty is a 3-time ACC Decathalon Champion and 1-time individual pole vault Champion.  He is a member of the Visa Decathalon Team from 1988 to 1993.  Kevin has the distinction of being named as on of the top 50 ACC athletes over the past 50 years.
Kevin lives with his wife Vicki in Fairfax, VA and his three sons, Sean, Ryan and Brandon, who also participate in the CYA Track program.  Vicki is a  former distinguished distance runner as well, attending Langley high school, and still being recognized as one of the top-25 all-time performers on the 3.2 mile course at Burke Lake Park in Burke, VA.

Ivan Teper (Sprints)

Ivan Teper has been coaching CYA track for over six years.  His focus has been on teaching sprinting fundamentals. In addition, he has been the head starter for all of the track meets.  A life long fitness/outdoors enthusiast, Ivan’s past and current activities includes:

Track (former sprinter)
• Claim to fame – Many years ago, during a high school track meet, ran against the nation’s fastest high school 440 yard recorder holder (47.3 by Danny Buggs) and lost by about 100 yards!
Bicycle Riding, have logged over 10,000 miles of bicycle riding/racing/touring, including:
• Boulder Colorado to Victory British Columbia – 2,000 miles (53 days)
• Boulder Colorado to northern Wisconsin – 1,000 miles (10 days)
• Alaska loop – 1,000 miles (35 days)
• Highest elevation biked = 14, 135, Mt. Evens Colorado
• Fastest speed biked = 55 mph
• Stopped by a Rocky Mountain National Park Ranger for speeding and passing cars illegally while bicycling down Trail Ridge Road in the park.

Mountain climbing
• Throughout the western USA

Rock climbing
• Throughout the western USA

• Parts of the Appalachian Trail in numerous states
• Pacific Crest Trail (Oregon & Washington)
• Long Trail (Vermont)
• Oregon Coast Trail
• Numerous National and State Parks throughout the USA

• Everglades National Park (Florida)
• Allagash Wilderness Waterway (Maine)
• Okefenokee Swamp (Georgia)
• Suwannee River (Georgia/Florida)
• Bonaventure River (Quebec Canada)
• Withlacoochee River (Georgia)
• South Slough Estuarine Reserve (Oregon)

Spelunking (caving)
• Georgia
• Tennessee
• Alabama

• Logged over 365 days in a tent throughout the USA

• Has visited 48 of the 50 states

Ivan’s daughters Darcie and Molly have participated in the CYA track program. The Teper family lives in the Franklin Farm subdivision. Ivan is a Knowledge Project Officer at the Defense Acquisition University (DoD) at Fort Belvoir Virginia. Manager for several Knowledge Management initiatives that support over 132,000 Department of Defense (DoD) Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (AT&L) workforce personnel and Industry.

Jack Skym (Assistant Director/Equipment Coordinator)

Growing up on a small farm in Missouri, Jack enjoyed participating in sports. He ran track and cross-country; however, he excelled at wrestling. 

Inspired by the First Gulf War, which had just started, Jack joined the Navy after graduating high school.  He completed over ten years of service before separating.  While serving shore duty in Dallas, Jack met his wife Denise; She is still currently on active duty, and stationed at the Naval Annex. They have two children, Joshua (11) and Hannah (5).

Besides being one of Ed’s assistants, Jack has coached Lacrosse, Baseball, and girl’s junior high softball and basketball.

After earning an Economics degree from George Mason University, Jack went to work for SRA International.  Currently Jack works on a contract for the Department of Homeland Security.

Tony Eshleman (Throws)

High School - Varsity Track and Field (sprints and shot put), Varsity Basketball

Graduate of Pennsylvania State University.  Completed classes in strength training and sports psychology.

CYA youth coach for five years in baseball, basketball and track.

Bob Digby (Jumping)

Steve Jordan (Outside Events)
I grew up in Iowa participating in football, wrestling, and track.  After graduating from the University of Northern Iowa, I moved to Fairfax in 1987 to work for the Federal Government. I have been involved with CYA Track for six seasons and have also coached CYA football for four seasons.

Mike Mangan

Most Important!  Father of Abigail Mangan - CYA Track Athlete for the past 3 years.

Other Stuff:

  • Lake Braddock Head Coach Cross Country 1999- Present
  • Lake Braddock Head Coach Indoor and Outdoor Track (2005 - Present)
  • Lake Braddock Asst Coach Indoor and Outdoor Track (1999-2005)
  • Va State Girls Cross Country Champions (1999, 2004, 2009)
  • Va State Girls Indoor Track Champions (2000,2001)
  • Va State Boys Indoor Track Champions (2000)
  • Virginia State Track and Field Coach of the Year (2009)
  • National Coach of the Year Finalist Track and Field (2009)
  • Washington Post All Met Coach of the Year Cross Country (1999)
  • Washington Post Coach of the Year - Northern Virginia (2009)
  • 23 Years Coaching in Fairfax County Public Schools
  • 3 Years CYA Coach
Judy Johnson (Website)

There's not much to say! 

  • 2nd year w/ CYA Track
  • Got kids involved with the program to get them moving more (and it did!!!)
  • Mom of Lucas Johnson (2nd Year) and Sheridan Johnson (Retired)
  • When not driving kids around, work as IT Director for local nonprofit





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