Titan Distance is the name for the Cross Country and Distance Track teams at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, Illinois. The Glenbrook South Track team was started in 1963, and the Cross Country team was started in 1972. In its history, Titan Distance has sent numerous runners and teams to IHSA State competitions.
Athletics Department Staff
Andy Turner (Interm Athletic Director)
Tom Mietus (Assistant Athletic Director)
Courtney Middleton (Assistant Athletic Director)
Julie Klasen (Executive Assistant)
Cross Country is a sport that involves running on natural terrain. Cross Country meets include races that can vary between 2 miles in length to 5 kilometers (5k, 3.1 miles). This is not cross country skiing.
The IHSA State Cross Country meet is held in November at Detweiller Park in Peoria, Illinois.
Track and Field is a sport with a series of athletic contests where athletes compete in a variety of different running distances on a rubberized running track. Distance Track events include the 800 meter, 1600 meter, and the 3200 meter runs, as well as relay events (4x800m).
The IHSA State Track and Field meet is held in late May at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois.
TitanDistance.com is an athlete-managed website dedicated to informing the public about the Titan Distance Cross Country and Distance Track teams. All social media accounts (@TitanDistance on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook) and the website TitanDistance.com are completely managed by the athletes. The website is not sponsored or endorsed by Northfield Township High School District 225. All articles, posts, multimedia, and other forms of content do not necessarily represent the viewpoints of Glenbrook South High School, Northfield Township High School District 225, or the coaching staff. If you have any questions regarding TitanDistance.com or our Social Media accounts (@TitanDistance), please contact [email protected], or message us on our Social Media platforms (@TitanDistance).
The source code for the website can be found on GitHub. All personal information and secure passwords are stored in an encrypted database and are not accessible through the open-source code.
If you are looking for race lineups, they will be made available after public heat sheets are released.