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Triathlon Coaches

  • Alberto is a Professional Italian Triathlete and graduate in Psychology. He has been racing triathlon since the age of 13 and, in 2014, competed in his first Ironman event, Ironman Austria.
  • Andrea is currently the Turkish Olympic National team head coach. He coached triathlon at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games and 2008 Beijing Olympic Games & his triathletes regularly competed in the EG & WC.
  • Andy has been awarded the British Triathlon Federation Coach of the Year (2012) and the 220 Triathlon Coach of the Year (2006 and 2007). He has coaching experience across all age ranges and a full range of abilities. Andy set up Endurance Sports Coaching in 2004.
  • British born Bella is one of the most decorated IronMan triathletes in the sport's history. Bella finished over 50 IronMan races, winning 16 IronMan titles and having twice gone sub 9.  She announced her retirement from long distance competition at the Challenge Henley 2013, which she typically won.
  • Ben competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. Ben has been an Olympic coach at the 2004, 2008 and 2012 games. He is now the head coach at the British Triathlon High Performance centre in Loughborough. He has also worked with Ironman Distance athletes at both pro and age group level.
  • Brett (alais Doc) Sutton has considerably experience coaching World and Olympic champions including Olympic Champion Nicola Spirig & Emma Snowsill as well as Ironman World Champion, Chrissie Wellington.  He has been described as "the coach with the most formidable résumé in triathlon".
  • Chris McCormack won the Ironman World Championship in 2007 and 2010 having won the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Cup Series in 1997, the Triathlon World Championships in 1997, and the 2012 Long Distance World Championships.
  • Born in 1986 Dan began racing in the Elite ranks in 2011.
  • Daren, founder and Head Coach of TriSports Lanzarote, is a 4x IronMan finisher in 1 year,  2x IM 70.3 world finals and 13x IM 70.3 finisher. Daren is a qualified British Triathlon Federation Coach and a quailfied Open Water Swim Coach. 
  • Darren states that his two biggest influences have been Gennadi Touretski and Brett Sutton. Touretski coached the swimmer Alexander Popov who won 4 Olympic gold medals (2 at the 1992 Barcelona Games and 2 at the 1996 Atlanta Games). Darren worked with Brett Sutton, the reknowned triathlon coach, in the late 1990s.
  • Edith is a 2 times IM Champion (IM France 2006 and IM Austria 2007). She also finished other 10 times top 3 in IM races all around the world and raced 6 times IM Hawaii as a professional athlete. 2003 she was Long distance European Champion and 2006 Vice-Wolrd Champion long distance triathlon. Personal Best: 8:59.45 (IM)
  • Enrique is a qualified Triathlon Trainer Level 3 & SwimSmooth Certified Coach. He also has a Sports Science degree and a Masters Degree in High Performance Sports by the Spanish Olympic Committee.
  • Fiona is a Level 3 British Federation Triathlon Coach and is also a qualified Swim Smooth swimming coach. Fiona works with triathletes of all abilities from Sprint and Olympic distance through to Ironman.
  • Fiona has coached age group athletes from sprint up to Ironman distance with several athletes who have qualified for the World Championships.
  • Fiona gained her PhD. at Cambridge University, in the UK. Following her PhD she went to TSRI, La Jolla USA, to research synaptic plasticity for 6 years. With a thorough understanding in the body's physiology and also with her speciality in neurophysiology this enables her to have a more scientific approach to the coaching of cycling and triathlon.
  • Gareth started running at age 11 and after an injury moved to cycle racing at 16. He has raced throughout Europe, Australia and the USA on the road, the velodrome and in mountain bike events. He has represented his country in duathlon and triathlon at age group level. Gareth is an expert cycling coach, bike set up guru, a Level 2 Triathlon Coach and a qualified first-aider.
  • Heather is a qualified BTF coach and is passionate about triathlon and helping athletes of all abilities achieve their goals. As an athlete she was based at various high performance centres including Loughborough and Leeds and competed in elite races around the UK and numerous European Cups. More recently she completed her first long distance event in just over 10 hrs.  
  • Jack was awarded 220 Triathlon Coach of the Year in 2011 and has been recognised as the coach to both Alistair and Jonny Brownlee.
  • Jason has competed in Triathlon's from Sprint to Ironman distance and as a GB age group triathlete including a top 20 finish in the European championship, holds coaching qualifications in Cycling, Athletics and Triathlon
  • Jo first bought a bike in 2003 having been challenged to enter the London Sprint Triathlon. 2007 saw her on the start line of her first Ironman Lanzarote and she raced again that year in the Ironman Hawaii. A career changing moment in 2009 gave Jo the opportunity to become a professional sports woman.