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New! Virtual Member Cards

April 6, 2015 
You've always wanted to show your Track Club pride by flashing your official membership ID card, right? Well, now you can earn major "street cred" with your friends and earn discounts with local retailers by showing your SDTC card.

We are proud to introduce virtual membership cards available NOW in your ClubExpress Profile. Your membership ID card can be saved to your smart phone as an image so it's always with you. Or print it out and keep it a copy in your wallet/purse. 

To go green and save on printing and replacement costs we implemented this self-serve feature with our web host ClubExpress. View a sample of the new member cards:

Cool, how do I access my card?
To access your member card you must be a current member. If you are a current member, login to this website ( - upper right corner). Then go to your Profile and you will see a link to download your Virtual Membership Card.
We encourage you to login to your Profile via your smart phone and then use your phone's capture screen shot feature to take a 'picture' of your member card and have it with you everywhere you go!
You may also print a color copy at home, laminate it, make a banner or wallpaper out of it. Ok, just kidding but you get the point. If you want to make a hard-copy version you may. However the club will not be mailing or printing these cards out for you. If you have questions or need assistance please contact Krysal Montalvo our Membership Director at
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Runner of the Week
 Martha Walker
Martha Walker started running in the 70's when they had one of the first races over the Coronado Bridge. She said she drove the bridge every day to work and thought it would be great to go over it on foot. Once she ran it she was hooked. Martha then went on to run a 10K that was associated with the Heart of San Diego Marathon and had so much fun that she kept training to run.  She completed her first marathon, the Fiesta Bowl Marathon, back in the 80's.  Her time for that race was 3:45. Martha has been in the San Diego Track club for many years and said she really appreciates the training, encouragement and camaraderie. At the age of 65, she completed the Seattle Marathon, something for which she is very proud.“Coach Paul made me a personal training schedule and my time was 4:30,” said Martha.  “I also had lots of fun training with the group for the 2013 Rock and Roll Marathon. My time for that marathon was 6:06.”  Martha hopes to keep running even after she turns 80 in the fall.  “I wish I could be faster, but I really thank the Lord that I’m just able to keep running,” she said. “My old body won't let me race as much as I used to.  It was fun though. Races are exciting.” Martha recently ran the California 10/20 race. She placed second in the 75-79 division and was the  oldest woman in the race.  She also placed first in the 75-79 division at the St. Patrick's Day 10K and was also the oldest woman in the race.  At the Sue Krenn 15K, she placed third in the 70 and over division. “I just keep on putting one foot in front of the other.  My husband always adds, ‘just stay upright.’"

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