About Dynasty Track Club
Track & Field is #1 Participatory Sport
Did you know that Track and Field is the #1 high school and junior high school participatory sport?
Track and field meets are more than just a competition--they're also fun for the whole family! And, regardless of whether our team members achieve a personal best, win a medal, or qualify for international competition, they are are guaranteed to have an opportunity to make lifelong friends and memories they will cherish forever.
Our club is open to all girls and boys ages 7-18 interested in the sport of track and field, running and athletics.
Dynasty Track Club exposes children and youth to the fundamentals of track and field with an emphasis on work ethic, leadership and community.
Dynasty Track Club offers speed and agility training in the fall and a competitive youth track team in the spring/summer. DTC introduces youth to the basics of track & field through a fun-filled program aimed at developing athleticism, team building, and leadership skills.
Timothy Brazzel II
Coach Tim began running track in the seventh grade where he ran middle and long distance at Raleigh Egypt Middle School in Memphis, TN. He set the state record in the 8th grade in the 800 and won the 1600 meter run. His track career continued to excel when he moved back to Georgia and ran for Campbell High School.
Here the majority of his coaches were USATF certified summer club coaches and where community coaches for his school. Their involvement changed the way Coach Tim viewed the sport of track and field forever.
He went on to The University of Central Michigan on a football scholarship as a 4-year starter at outside linebacker. Coach Tim won 3 MAC Championships, 3 Bowl games, and was apart of the most winning class in Mid- American Conference history (Class of 2010). Coach Tim came back to the track yet again his senior year as a member of CMU's Track & Field team but injuries sustained from his Football career caused a lackluster return.
Coach Tim is now a little league football coach for the McEachern Indians 7U team. He is a trainer, coach, instructor, entrepreneur and most importantly he is all about FAMILY.
Coach Carin started running track at the age of 16 at Alpharetta High School. She competed in both the 4x100 and 4x400 relays, high jump, 100 hurdles and the 300 hurdles. Upon graduation, she set five school records in 2008 (two still stand today). She received a scholarship to the University of Georgia all four years, where she competed in high jump, long jump, hurdles, and relays.
Coach Carin began her coaching career in 2013 and has six years of coaching experience. She was one of the coaches that attributed to the Alpharetta High School Boys placing 2nd in the state in 2018 and in becoming State Champions in 2019. She got her USATF Level 1 Certification in the summer of 2017 and plans to continue her track & field education.
Coach Carin is passionate about developing youth athletes on and off the track and is dedicated to bringing out the best in every athlete. She started Dynasty Track Club in March 2018 with Coach Tim Brazzel. They got married in June 2018 and now have a son, King.
Coach Flynn has over 36 years of coaching experience in the following sports: football, track, and basketball. He was a two sport athlete in high school at Martin Luther King High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Coach Flynn received a track scholarship at Virginia State University, where he competed in the 200, 400, 800, and 4x100, 4x400, and sprint medley relays.
Coach Flynn began his track coaching career in 2017 at Alpharetta High School. He was one of the coaches that attributed to the Alpharetta High School Boys placing 2nd in the state in 2018 and in becoming State Champions in 2019. Coach Flynn got his USATF Level 1 Certification in 2019. He coaches middle school football in the Alpharetta Jr. Raider program.
Coach Flynn started his Dynasty Track Club coaching career in March 2018 as an assistant coach. He coaches the 400m and 800m athletes. Coach Flynn is married with two boys who run for Dynasty and Alpharetta High School.
Coach Christopher Smith started running track at 13 years old in Aurora, Illinois. He competed in all hurdle events indoor and outdoor and also competed in High Jump. He ran all year and was one of two high jumpers that cleared 6'10 for Aurora Sundowners in Aurora. He graduated high school with scholarships at the age of 17 but decided to serve his country by joining the Army before going to college.