Todd Weisse is the Head Coach of the Williamsburg Track Club, leading the group since its start in 2009.
Since 2009, Coach Weisse has been a volunteer Assistant Coach at Columbia University's Cross Country and Track and Field Program. He has coached men's and women's cross country, middle distance, and sprints, hurdles and relays throughout his Ivy League career. He also helps recruit Columbia's new runners.
IAAF (International Association of Athletics Federations) Academy Diploma, Level V, Elite Coach, Sprints and Hurdles (2012)
USTFCCCA (United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association) Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (2021)
USATF (USA Track and Field) Cross Country Specialist Certification (2020)
USATF (USA Track and Field) Level 3 Track and Field Certification, Sprints and Hurdles (2012)
USATF (USA Track and Field) Level 2 Track and Field Certification, Youth Coaching (2009)
USATF (USA Track and Field) Level 1 Track and Field Certification (2005)
USTFCCCA (United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association) Specialty Coach Certification, Sprints, Hurdles and Relays (2008)
RRCA (Road Runners Club of America) Certified Coach (2007)
ALTIS Virtual Apprentice Coach Program (2020)
Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR) Level One Certification (2020)
American Red Cross (CPR and First Aid Certificate) Adult, Child and Baby First Aid/CPR/AED Certified (2022)
Coach Weisse is also listed on the official USATF Registered Coaches Program. Conceived in 2010 to establish a set of standards for all coaches affiliated with USATF, this program involves a four-pronged process, which results in a published list of coaches who have demonstrated the ethics, honesty, trustworthiness, and sport knowledge necessary for endorsement by the national governing body of track and field. The centerpiece of the process is a comprehensive Safe Sport Handbook which focuses on only the highest ethical and honorable standards.