What makes the 727 Track Club successful is the dedication and experience of our coaching staff.
A graduate of Dunedin (FL) High School, Paul was a versatile and talented sprinter who qualified for the state track meet three years in a row. He competed in the 200m and the 400m, as well as the 4x100m and 4x400m relays. Posting times consistently in the 21 second range, he was the 1995 PCAC champion in the 200 meters. With his 400m time of 48 seconds, Paul led his Dunedin team to a PCAC conference title in the 4x400m relay in 1993. Paul went on to compete for Florida Community College in Jacksonville. As a coach at the AAU level for several years, Paul’s disciplined style of training and conditioning, combined with his ability to develop a strong rapport with athletes of all age groups, has produced many national qualifiers in a number of different events. Several of these national qualifiers, both individuals and relay teams, have finished ranked in the top ten in their respective age groups at the AAU Junior Olympic Games. Paul also manages the fundraising activities for the club and develops strong partnerships with club sponsors.
A talented all-around athlete, Leviticus ran cross country and track at Lowness High School in Valdosta, Georgia. During high school, he ran the 300m intermediate hurdles (42.00), 110m high hurdles (14.7), the 4x100m relay (42.5) as well as the 4x400m relay (3:15:00). Following high school, Leviticus continued his track career competing at Fort Valley State College (GA) where he ran the 400m, 4x100m relay, and 4x400m relay. His coaching experience includes Largo High School Track, AAU track club coaching (since 2002), as well as managing the personal training for several NFL players. His focus and emphasis on the fundamentals of the mechanics of track and field provide a solid base for all athletes across multiple sports. As Head Coach, Leviticus has played an instrumental role in the formation and rapid growth of 727 Track Club into Tampa Bay’s premier youth track and field organization.