What Our Coached Athletes Have To Say

We want to get to know each of our athletes as individuals, and the fact that majority of on online athletes are attendees of our past camps illustrates the kind of bond we look to establish!

Through physically meeting athletes or via email questionnaires and skype calls, we want to find out who our athletes really are, what they are aiming to achieve, what their life looks like in terms of family, work and lifestyle so we can provide a realistic, functional, enjoyable and inspirational programme that keeps the athlete progressing and raring to advance to the next session.

Ernst Z'berg (Switzerland)

Ernst is an experienced Ironman, has numerous Ironman events under his belt (competing all over Europe) and is eagerly training for more.

Ernst has visited us twice over the last two years both times for a swim camp; we provide Ernst with swim coaching and it is great to see that he continually progresses – taking minutes off his Ironman swim times!

Ernst's Journey

Jeni Warden (Scotland)

After competing in her first novice triathlon in May 2015, Jeni came to visit us for a Triathlon camp in April 2016 after which we provided her triathlon coaching; Jeni returned for a swim camp in 2017 and has progressed her triathlon adventure to successfully complete an 70.3 IM in 2017 – great development in such a short time!

Jeni enjoys middle distance racing, but entering a full Ironman is beginning to ‘call’ to her…

Jeni's Journey

Monica Wold (Norway)

Monica already had an impressive list of race results before visiting us for an extended swim camp in 2016 and we have been coaching Monica for triathlon for almost a year.

Big improvements to Monica’s swim times helped Monica to take: 2nd place in the Norwegian National Sprint Championships, 3rd place in the Norwegian Standard Distance National Championships and a very creditable 7th in the World Championships in Rotterdam!

Monica's Journey

Lori Dunbar-Smith (Scotland)

Lori’s journey with triathlon has been one that will inspire all!

Having had a brain tumour, she has had to adjust the way she trains and competes. Listening to her initial struggles with tasks such as balancing when riding and comparing them to how she now rides is a real testament to her dedication and determination to continue doing the things she enjoys.

Lori has raised over 30k for charity through competing in triathlon, amazing feats!

Lori's Journey

Dean Bannon (Sweden)

We first met Dean two years ago, at one of our 1-day swim clinics (our second clinic) at Busön, Stockholm.

Dean is a regular competitor of Olympic and 70.3 distance triathlons in Sweden, and asked us to coach him for the 2017 season. Being busy with business travel his training progressed well until illness took hold and effectively stopped training and racing – all is now back on track and we’re looking forward to a smooth and progressive 2018!

Dean's Journey

Charlie Lawson (UK)

I first met Charlie before moving to Spain and after our initial meeting have been coaching him ever since.

From a complete novice in triathlon, and particularly swimming, Charlie has made significant progress and has gone from strength to strength across the board, getting PBs in all distances from sprint to IM, and most recently finishing his 2017 season with an impressive marathon.

Charlie's Journey

Hannah Ewens (UK)

Hannah first visited us when relatively new to triathlon, having started only 3 years ago, originally starting because she enjoyed each of the separate sports and thought it would be “fun” to combine them!

Over her short triathlon career Hannah has visited us several times and has achieved some great racing results. As well as moving on to the Elite scene in 2017, her highlights include qualification to the ITU Triathlon World Championships in Cozumel in 2016 and Rotterdam in 2017.

Hannah's Journey