Greg Lanctot                          


Conceived in a Maserati south of the border. Born in a donut shop at gun point. Grew strong from the nipple of a tap handle and raised less than two miles from Almaden Quicksilver County Park, is your fearless leader. 


Becoming "El Presidente" of Quicksilver Running Club was  always a childhood dream of Greg's. He knew that attending nearby Castilllero Middle School and Bellarmine College Prep would provide him with all the knowledge of mining, snake wrangling, party planning, and trail mastery he needed as foundation to be the next great leader of Quicksilver.


Greg has a degree in Business Information Systems from the University of San Francisco. After a fun ride as a sales executive in the telecom and  dot-com industries, Lanctot decided to move on and go into the business of kids.


“Coach Greg” as he is known in the community, has worked with over 1,000 youth in one-on-one, small group, team sports, and large camp settings. He has additionally been the Varsity Head Boys Golf Coach at Galileo Academy of Science and Technology in San Francisco and the Varsity Boys Baseball Pitching Coach at Westmont High School in Campbell.


He Co-founded the San Francisco “Bay View – Hunter’s Point Jr. Giants Program” (boys and girls 5- 18 years old) and later recognized for his efforts as the nominating “Mentor of the Year” by the San Francisco Giants Community Fund in 2004.


From 2002 - 2007, Coach Greg was actively involved with San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom’s “March Gladness” and “SF Family &Youth Connect” programs.


In 2007, Lanctot Co-founded FUZE Fit For a Kid! in Los Gatos. This was the first medically supervised multidisciplinary approach to youth development and management of lifestyles. Combined with Dr. Kris von Almen's Trim Kids Program and a state-of-the-art interactive exergaming facility, a vision became reality.


Today, he spends most time with overweight, autistic, and other social disorder clients.  Greg also coaches and mentors many different children & teenagers, obese to athletic, as well as their respective families of all backgrounds, and personal needs throughout Santa Clara County and the bay area.




Marc Klemencic                          

Vice President

Marc Klemencic, PE, is a retired Civil Engineer turned ultra-runner and Youth Coach.  An avid distance runner for over 30 years, he finally took on the great adventures found beyond marathons after joining the Quicksilver Running Club (QRC).  The ultra-nurturing culture of QRC, his love of running on trails (especially Quicksilver Park), and  the competitive opportunities of  the PAUSATF Grand Prix Series has motivated him to run in about 20 ultras including finishing three 100 mile runs.  He then worked with the supportive QRC Board to form a Youth Running Team (YRT) in 2014.  After 2 years, the YRT has exposed over 100 youth to trail running, training, and competing in cross country races.  He has also coached Cross Country and Track & Field at the middle school level and is now the head coach for Leland High School Cross Country and Track & Field.  He is a USATF Level 1 Certified Coach and a NFHS Certified Coach.



Paul Fick                          

Trail Liaison






Keith Lubliner                      







Amy Burton                     


I joined the informal Quicksilver Running Club in 2004 which happened to be my first year running ultras. It's no coincidence; I had met and trained with teammate, Kristina Irvin who introduced me to long distance trail running and several other Quicksilver members. Their stories, shared over the course of 2, 3, 6 hour runs inspired and motivated me to take the leap and sign up for my first 50K race. About two years after having my son I committed to running on the Quicksilver Racing Team. Being part of the team has given my training and racing more purpose. It is so much fun to participate in races where there will be 5, 10, 20 other teammates running and giving one another big smiles and encouragement along the trail.




Loren Lewis                      

Co-Captain Ultra Running Team

I have a graduate degree in politics, which makes me uniquely qualified to formulate rules that are easy to follow but seldom apply to myself.  I work in high tech so I can afford to live here.  In my first year of ultra racing, I ran the Toshi Double -- proof that will wander around outdoors for several hours with minimal prompting.  I have three catsand like to go on vacation.




Stuart Taylor                      

Member at Large





Kristina Irvin                      

WSER, Duncan Canyon Aid Station Captain






Rajeev Patel                      

Director of Races, RD Quicksilver 50K/100K





Sean McPherson                     

Member at Large

A native Californian, Sean moved to San Jose a few years ago after spending two years on the disappointingly flat and overly paved east coast. Before that Sean lived in southern California where he discovered his love of the trails while running with the SoCal Coyotes. In the past year Sean has been trying to get more involved with the Quicksilver Run Club, and the local trail running scene. Sean considers himself an expert of the social media scene; with the ability to post annoying Facebook updates about his daily running adventures, and trash talk with the best of them on Strava. In 2014, Sean completed his first 100 miler, the Angeles Crest 100, and in 2015 is looking to conquer the world, win the Boston marathon, or simply just steal a few of John  Burton 's Strava Course Records.

2015 Board of Directors