High Performance Team. Racing Team. Club Level.
For more than a century, runners have competed as part of the B.A.A. Running Club on the local, regional, and national levels. Based in Boston, the B.A.A. Running Club features athletes of various ages and abilities striving to race their best in road races, on the track, and in cross country. The B.A.A. Running Club spans three levels: the High Performance Team, Racing Team, and Running Club.
Congratulations to Team B.A.A.'s Erika Kemp for winning the 2021 USATF 20K National Championship at the New Haven Road Race! This was Erika's second national title win as a member of the B.A.A. High Performance Team. Read more on USATF’s website.
Learn about the three levels of the B.A.A. Running Club
High Performance Team
The High Performance Team is the professional athlete program consisting of top American distance runners pursuing the highest level of competitive racing.
More than 200 members, who are competitive in their respective age divisions and race in events of all types including track, road races, marathons, trail races, and cross country meets.
In the news
B.A.A. sent 14 athletes to 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Marathon
The B.A.A. sent the largest contingent among any running club in America to compete at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Men’s and Women’s Marathon in Atlanta on February 29.