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Athletics

Mohamed Haddada

Track & Field | Varsity Head Coach

Mr. Mohamed Haddada or Coach Haddada was born in Morocco and raised in Southern California. From an early age, Coach Haddada fell in love with sports, mainly soccer, cross country, and track & field. Due to injuries sustained during his high school athletic career, Coach Haddada assisted his high school coach and caught the coaching bug, eventually landing the head coaching job at many youth track clubs. Later on, he went on to be one of the coaches at Valley United Track Club and helped many athletes achieve their goals at the Junior Olympics level and become All-American. From there, Coach Haddada became one of the Head Cross Country Coach at Canoga Park High School, where his teams went undefeated in the girls' side for 5 years and won multiple league titles on the boys' side. Both teams combined the win 5 CIF-LA city titles in the past 5 years. While several of the team's runners qualified for the CIF-LA City section playoffs and the CIF-State playoffs. 

Coach Haddada began his track and field head coaching stint at Providence High School in 2017. Since that time, Providence's track and field team has quickly become one of the league favorites and obtaining multiple league title, having broken 26 out of 31 school records, several which were 20-year-old records. Additionally, several of Coach Haddada's track and field athletes have qualified for the CIF-SS Finals. 

Coach Haddada's goals for each of his teams are to be the top team in their division. And one day build a successful program that will be able to compete at a state level for years to come. 

The main priority of Coach Haddada's program here at Providence High School is for every senior that walks out of his four-year program to have the opportunity to run at a college level. What the team does on the track is important, but the coaching staff makes sure to push the athletes outside the track. We try to have our athletes learn about the sport and how it can help them in the outside world.  

Coach Haddada enjoys coaching and enjoys helping his athletes reach an elite level. Coach defines winning as making an athlete become the best version of themselves.