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I have a varied history of different sporting achievements under my belt and have always been very active since school. I have ran a few marathons, completed the 3 Peaks Challenge and participated in a number of Tough Mudders. I am a keen gym goer and and enjoy doing Crossfit. However I always kept looking for another exciting sport to try out.

I finally bit the bullet early 2014 and entered the London Triathlon (sprint distance) with no prior training or knowledge of the sport. I still went ahead and I thought what have I got to lose! I found SYTri on google and enquired into the open water sessions to get a taster of what I let myself in for. Since that first training experience I have not looked back. The support and friendliness of the club & the members have encouraged me to continue with the sport, increasing my fitness levels and achieve new sports abilities.

I was lucky enough to be asked to join the coaching team 2015 and completed my Level 1 qualification February 2016. I have now successfully completed my Level 2 qualification and hope I can share my enthusiasm of the sport with the other adult and junior members helping them achieve their goals also.

Qualifications:
  • British Triathlon Federation: Level 2 Coach (Including Open Water).
  • British Triathlon Federation: Level 1 Coach.
CPD:
  • BTF Static Bike Module.

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