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Newcastle , United Kingdom
English, Spanish, French
Triathlon & IRONMAN coaching with an internationally accredited Triathlon Coach with over 15 years experience.
My coaching caters for triathletes aiming to better their performance in Ironman, 70.3 or ITU World Championships. To take you to the next level.
Now based back in the UK, I will use my knowledge and experience to help and guide you with a bespoke individual training program, that will help you to achieve your goals and keep you improving for years to come!
I have a passion for Triathlon and performance – I have coached triathletes to podiums of some of the world’s most illustrious races, and understand what it takes to succeed at any level. I thrive on coaching, motivating and inspiring others to do achieve their goals.
“To take your training and racing to the next level, the investment you need to make is a Coach. Paul is someone who makes you accountable for your training. Not just showing up, but to be present and focused in the sessions. His feedback is invaluable, he has a wealth of information from his years of experience” - Darryl
I am a British Triathlon Level 3 Coach. I am also a Triathlon Australia Performance Coach and an IRONMAN Certified Triathlon Coach.
I am based in the North East of England, not far from Newcastle.
Athletes I have coached have raced at Hawaii Ironman, Challenge Worlds, Ironman 70.3 Worlds and won medals at ITU World and European Championships.
There are three things that I believe are essential to making progress in Triathlon: consistency, recovery and the structure and balance to your training.
I offer professional coaching services for triathletes who are passionate about the sport of triathlon. I coach to enable athletes to develop and assist them in achieving their goals in racing, be it local races or IRONMAN 70.3 or IRONMAN or Challenge events or at age group competitions at the national level.
I believe that everyone is an individual & everyone must do what’s right for them.