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Sue McNatt

· Physical Therapist
· Coach
· XC
· Trail
· Track and Road
· Chaski / USATF Certified Coach

Personal Bests

· 1600m: 4:59 // 5000m: 17:09
· 10000m: 34:52 // Marathon: 3:13

Accomplishments

· Footlocker HS All-American, Footlocker Midwest Regional Champion, WI state runner-up cross country champion, NCAA Div 1 National Team Qualifier, NCAA All Big Ten

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Career and Life Shaped by Running

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Sue McNatt discovered her passion and talent for running as a high school athlete in her native Wisconsin, where she made her mark as one of the top distance runners in the country. In high school, Sue competed in the Foot Locker Cross Country National Championships two years in a row, winning the Midwest regional Championships and earning All-American Honors, placing 8th in the National Championships her junior year. She was also runner up in the Wisconsin State Cross Country Championships. Sue attended D1 Northwestern University in Illinois on a full athletic scholarship. Among her collegiate accomplishments, she competed in the D1 Cross Country National Championships. To this day, she competes in cross country, trail racing and Nordic skiing for the Cambridge Sports Union. Sue is also an active and enthusiastic member of the Suburban Striders running club, and serves on their Board of Directors.

In addition to her athletic accomplishments, Sue is a highly regarded Physical Therapist who earned her M.S. degree from Boston University and has been in practice for almost twenty years. She specializes in treating runners of all ages and abilities, as well as other orthopedic clients.

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Sue uses videotape biomechanical analysis to look at gait deviations and prescribe appropriate exercise programs for her athletes. She brings her deep knowledge and understanding of competitive athletics to her practice, helping her clients resolve underlying imbalances and return to activity with confidence.