Coach Larry WADE


Coach Wade is a professional Speed Development coach and a sprints and hurdles specialist.  He has been developing elite track and field athletes for over 10 years and holds multiple credentials by way of his athletes success which attest to his skills as a coach. During his coaching career he has helped to develop some of the worlds best athletes including; 

Coach Wade started out as an Assistant Coach under Legendary Sprints coach John Smith. During his first two years coaching at HSI International Wade helped to develop some of the worlds top sprinters. In 2006 Larry landed the job of National Teams Coach for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Under his guidance the Saudi team walked away with a record 8 Gold medals from the 2006 Asian Games. Following his time in Saudi wade returned to the states and founded Double Pillar a professional coaching firm centered around speed development. Larry helped Carmelita Jeter to break the 11 second barrier when she ran a 10.97 at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials. 

Under Wade Jeter also won a silver medal in a then lifetime best 7.17 at the 2007 USA Indoor Track and Field Championships and went on to take a bronze at the USA Outdoor Championships over 100m. Jeter finished 2007 with a bronze medal over 100m (11.02) at the IAAF World Outdoor Championships and a gold medal over 100m at the World Athletics Final. In 2009 Wade coached hurdler Candice Price to a silver medal  over the 60mh at the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Spain. 

That same year Larry took a job as the assistant sprints/hurdles coach at San Diego State University, turning the team into a top25 ranked NCAA program in one season.  In 2010 Larry took the head coaching job at Pasadena College. In 2013 Wade took the job as the sprints/hurdles coach at the University of Las Vegas to be closer to his wife and child. 

Before Larry Wade was a world class coach he was a world class athlete. One of the USA's best 110m hurdlers the Texas A&M alum won two NCAA National titles in the 100mh and was the 2002 USA Indoor 60m Champion. Larry has a personal best of (13.01) in the 110mh. He was ranked top5 in the world from 1999 to 2005. He earned a bronze medal at the 1999 IAAF Grand Prix Final. He is the 2001 Goodwill Games bronze medalist and the 2003 Pan American Games Champion. In 2003 Larry also finished 4th at the IAAF World Outdoor Championships.


Coach Shelia BURRELL


Coach Burrell is one of the nations top coaching prodigies, hands down. As the head coach at San Diego State University she has quickly become one of the most watched coaches in the NCAA. Under her guidance the Aztecs of San Diego state have gone from a virtual unknown to a national contender. In 3 shot years the Aztecs attained a top 25 NCAA team ranking in 2013. Burrell has been responsible for 12 NCAA All-Americans, 17 Mountain West individual Champions, and two NCAA Champions.

Over the past two seasons she has 3 times been named the Mountain West Conference coach of the year as well as the NCAA coach of the year. In 2013 Burrell was selected as the assistant combined events coach for the Pan American Jr. Championships.  She multiple coaching certifications from USA Track and Field including a Level 1 certification and Level 2 certifications in the Sprints, Jumps and Multi Events.

Burrell is known as one of our nations best athletes competing in the heptathlon at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia and the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece (4th Place). In addition, she was a 5x U.S. National Champion in the heptathlon (1000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004). Burrell also won a bronze medal at the 2001 IAAF World Championships in Edmonton, Canada.

iTGESM has seen first hand her amazing ability to develop athletes, her ability to communicate with athletes and her extensive knowledge of personalization development. Without a doubt, iTGESM is proud to have Selia Burrell be part of the ELITE COACHING REFERRAL NETWORK for the benefit of our clients.

 Coach Jamie NIETO


Coach Jamie Nieto is a relative new comer to the ranks of
elite international coaches but his reputation and knowledge of
the technical aspects of the jumps has propelled him into
the next phase of his career.  As an athlete Jamie was known
for his unwavering devotion to technical perfection. Known
as one of the most sound and technical proficient high jumpers
in the world his love of the sport has molded him into an
extremely knowledgeable and proficient High Jump coach.

During a career which spanned more then a decade Jamie
marked himself as one of the worlds best high jumpers. A
2 time Olympian he finished 4th and 6th respectively
at the 2004 and 2012 Olympic Games and earned a
silver medal at the 2003 Pan-American Games . He is a 4x U.S.
Champion (2003, 2004, 2012) including two U.S. Olympic
Trials tittles. His best performance came during the 2004
Olympics where he jumped 2.34m.

Officially retiring from international competition following the
2013 season.  Jamie took no time in making the transition
to elite coach. His Elite training group is based out of
USC and includes iTGESM's Darius Purcell, and Donte Nall.

iTGESM truly believes Jamie Nieto is the future of
jumps coaching in the United States, we are excited
to have Jamie be part of our ELITE COACHING REFERRAL
NETWORK for iTGESM clients.