The Fleet Feet Laguna Niguel team is comprised of the most passionate individuals in running specialty. Their focus is centered around giving our guests the best possible experience time after time as well as ensuring you achieve your needs in lifestyle, fit, customer service, training and product.
Vinny grew up in Yonkers, NY and is a graduate of West Point Military Academy. He served on active duty in the United States Army for 10 years and has been working in the pharmaceutical industry since 1994. Vinny has always been conscious of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but did not become serious about running until around 2006. Since then, he has completed 4 marathons and uses running to find balance from his work life. In addition to running, Vinny also enjoys practicing yoga, cooking, walking his 2 golden retrievers and spending time with his lovely wife, Kerri.
Kerri grew up in the very small town of Ewen, MI. She is a graduate of Michigan State University, and is a Yoga instructor with over 500 hours of training under her belt. Kerri picked up running as a hobby shortly after graduating from college. Having been an athlete most of her life, running was a natural fit. She has completed several marathons and has recently transitioned to trail running. Kerri thrives on the dedication and discipline of the training as well as the supportive community she has found in both running and yoga.
In 2014 Kerri and her husband Vinny relocated to beautiful Laguna Niguel and opened Fleet Feet Sports in 2016. They are grateful for the opportunity to be able to build a local community that is passionate about health and fitness, and to provide you with the latest footwear, apparel and essentials that will help you to achieve YOUR goals.
Jessica was born in New Jersey and spent time on the East and West coast growing up. She attended William Smith College in Geneva, NY, where she was a college athlete. Jessica earned her MBA in 2011 from Eastern University in St. Davids, PA. Jessica played sports most of her life but did not pick up running seriously until 2013. As a member of Fit4mom after the birth of her first daughter, Jessica began training for her first half marathon. She has since completed 4 half marathons and a number of other races.
Jessica is a mom to two little girls, Hadley, 4 and Cameron, 1. Jessica uses running to decompress and find balance in her busy life with her kids. She enjoys the benefits of running as well as the amazing community she has discovered through the sport. Jessica also enjoys reading, the beach, travel and most of all spending time with her husband Chris and their daughters.
Stef grew up in Orange County and she has a passion for running. She started running when she was 12 years old and ever since, she has never stopped loving everything about running. She ran cross country at Dana Hills HS and since has been running 50km, marathon, and half marathon races. Her major is biology, and is currently attending Saddleback College.
Connor has lived in California his entire life. He runs cross country and track at San Juan Hills High School and has been a Captain on the Team for the past year. Connor has been running competitively for the past four years. He is interested in studying kinesiology and anatomy following his graduation from High School this spring.
Blenda was born and raised in Mexico city. She relocated to the US with her husband and family 18 years ago. She lived in Cincinnati for 13 years, and during that time her son was born. They relocated to CA 5 years ago.
Blenda began her running journey 2 years ago, as an option to help improve her physical condition after several years of health problems, emotional anxiety and depression. As of today, she has completed 5 half marathons and 1 full marathon!
Never in a thousand years, did she believe that at her age (which she won’t tell you), she would discover something that she could be so passionate about. Besides the physical benefits, running helps her find herself, to understand better who she is, and to realize that she is strong enough to move forward and beat every challenge that comes her way either physically, mentally and/or emotionally. It has been a life saver. Because of it, she is a more balanced person.
As a result, Blenda would love to help others discover what running is all about and maybe, just maybe, plant the seed in at least one person so running can change his/her life, just as it did with her.
Brody started running as a member of the cross country and track teams at San Juan Hills High School. He enjoys running any races from 800m to 5000m. Brody will be attending Saddleback College this fall where he will continue his running career.
Tatum, otherwise known as "Potatertot", has lived in CA her entire life. She ran cross country and track at Dana Hills High School for four years and was captain on the team for the last 2 years. She is currently attending Saddleback College where she would like to major in child development.
Sean was born & raised in Southern California. He has been running competitively since he was in sixth grade. He loves running the trails and beaches of Orange County. Sean loves sports and maintaining an active lifestyle. In addition to running, he is passionate about music, photography, and the ocean. He will be graduating this December with a degree in Biology from Lipscomb University.
Andrew was born and raised in Orange County. He went to J Serra high school in San Juan Capistrano where he ran cross country and track and field for four years. He is now a rising Junior at the University of California Berkeley and is a member of both the cross country and track and field team. His favorite event is the 1500/mile. He loves the competitive nature of the sport as well as the therapeutic and stress-relief side effects of running. He is pursuing a degree in business. Andrew also enjoys surfing, playing sports, and spending time with his friends.
Growing up in Utah, Rosie and her family always had a love for the outdoors. With an ultra marathon running dad, she picked up a liking for running at a young age. It wasn’t until Rosie moved to Ardmore, Pennsylvania that she joined the cross country team in 8th grade and continued until the 10th grade. Upon moving to California in 2015, she continued running cross country and track at Dana Hills High School and graduated in 2017. Rosie will be attending Saddleback College this fall and will be majoring in interior design.