Tim Moore Joins Montgomery Catholic as the Head Cross Country and Track Coach

Coach Tim Moore is entering his 9th year of coaching. A native of Birmingham, Coach Moore has spent the last 23 years as a Track & Field fanatic. Coach started his track journey in high school, running the 400m sprint, 300m hurdles, and sprint relays. After high school, he attended Alabama State University (ASU) on an athletic scholarship. During his time at ASU, Coach Moore helped his teammates win the school’s first-ever Men’s Indoor and Outdoor Conference titles.

After college, Coach Moore couldn’t give up competing and started competing again. For the last 15 years, he has been competing in USATF and USATF Masters Track & Field meets; enjoying the sport and pushing his limits. In 2019, Coach Moore won the 2019 USATF Masters’ National Indoor 200m title for his 35–40-year-old age group. Coach Moore came back in the Outdoor season to win the 400m and 400m hurdle National titles.

Along with competing, Coach Moore has a strong passion to give back to the sport. He started his coaching career as a volunteer coach at his alma mater, ASU. Coach Moore spent 3 seasons with the Hornets and then took on a Head Coaching position at the High School level. Since 2016, Coach has trained several Alabama State Champions, taken several athletes to the National High School Indoor and Outdoor Championships, coached National High School All-Americans, and led teams to two AHSAA Championship titles.

Coach Moore is excited and proud to now lead the Knights! He is off to a great start in his first 2 races of the 2021 season. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for our Racing Knights!

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