Track & Field
Hi, my name is Katie Mackey. I was born in Fort Collins, CO. My sport is Track and Field, and I have been competing in it since I was 6 year old.
My favorite workout is 10x400 meter repeats at 1500m race pace with 1 minute rest. I am inspired by my dad, and my faith keeps me motivated.
My favorite food is Fresh Northwest Salmon. I relax by playing the piano or hiking outdoors, and love listening to anything with a good beat.
My pre-competition ritual is drinking coffee.
What's the secret to my success? Believe in yourself, be patient and work hard. But most importantly, have fun!
What Katie says about InHealth
I have been running competitively for 14 years, including 4 years as a college Division 1 athlete and 4 years as a professional for the Brooks Beasts, and along the way have had the opportunity to get treatment from a variety of specialists. The treatment I have received from InHealth is among the best, if not the best, I have received. Their knowledge, skill and insight have helped me both recover from injury and avoid serious injuries due to weakness and compensation patterns. Getting regular treatments has allowed me to recover faster, train harder, and perform at the highest level I ever have this last year. There is no way I could do what I do without their support!
Katie Mackey is an American Record Holder in the 4x1500m Relay and Bronze Medalist at the 2014 Outdoor Track and Field Championships. While at the University of Washington, Katie was an Eight-Time All American on the Cross Country and Track and Field Teams. She currently holds the 1500m and Mile school records, and is a member of the 2008 Women’s National Champion Cross Country Team that was inducted into the Husky Hall of Fame.
When not training or competing, the Brooks Beasts Track Club enjoys visiting groups to talk about motivation, goal setting and teamwork. Katie loves to cook in her downtime, and considers proper nutrition the best tool a clean athlete possesses to decrease recovery time, by enhancing the bodies ability to rebuild and repair most efficiently. Katie finds that having a solid foundation in her identity in Jesus Christ, and His sacrifice helps her enjoy running whether in the highs of success or the lows of failure, and believes faith impacts every facet of life.
“Do what you can with what you have where you are.”Theodore Roosevelt
- American Record Holder, 4x1500m Relay
- 2014 1500m Bronze Medalist at the USA Track and Field Championships
- 8x All American at the University of Washington
- 5000: 15:04.74
- 1500m: 4:04.60
- 800m: 2:02.00