Triathlon coaches play a central role in developing the sport at every level around the world, increasing participation and guiding triathletes of all abilities to fulfil their potential. Coaching also can contribute positively to social agendas by promoting physical activity and health and generating economic activity through employment, education, purchase of equipment, use of facilities and attendance at events. Triathlon coaches continue to work tirelessly with increasingly diverse populations and face heightening demands from their athletes, parent’s, guardians, administrators and spectators alike.
The development of competent and effective coaches is critical for the development of triathlon and triathletes. The ITU Coach Education Programme is designed to meet the needs of today’s coaches and will be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that all elements remain relevant and capable of producing effective, top quality coaches globally who can meet the needs of triathletes at all stages of development and assist them to perform to their potential.
Why not stay up to date with all the latest triathlon.org news by signing up to our Facebook page? 5 Top tips for Fox Creek MTB DuathlonAs triathletes we often get a bit baffled by MTB jargon.
Triathlon SA Annual Awards EveningThe Triathlon SA Annual Awards Presentation Night is a great occasion to get together to clebrate the sport and recognise achievements. Feature article from David Bentley, Triathlon Development Coach and ESSA accredited Exercise PhysiologistOur feature article for the month of September 2015 is from David Bentley PhD, who is an ESSA accredited Exercise Physiologist with over 20 years of coaching and triathlon training experience in Australia and Europe. Feature Article from Coach Dave Williamson, head coach of AP10 in AdelaideOur feature article for the month of July 2015 is from Dave Williamson, Triathlon Development Coach and head coach of AP10 in Adelaide. Feature Article from Coach Lisa Albinus of Inspire AthleticoOur feature article for the month of June 2015 is from Lisa Albinus, Triathlon Development Coach and Personal Trainer. Feature Article from Coach Kent Dredge of Tri Lifestyle CoachingOur feature article for the month of May 2015 is from Kent Dredge, Development Coach of Tri Lifestyle Coaching and Strength & Conditioning coach at the SA Sports Institute. Feature Article from Coach Nigel Pietsch of Lakers Triathlon ClubEach month TriSA is planning to bring you an artice or training tips by one of SA's accredited coaches. Feature Article from Coach Steve O'Brien of Fuse MultisportEach month TriSA is planning to bring you an artice or training tips by one of SA's accredited coaches. Juniors Light up Runaway BayLast weekend we had 12 juniors represent TriSA at Round 1 in the National Juniors Series.


Development Coaching Course 2014The next development coaching course will be held at the Starplex at Trinity College, Evanston South on 1st & 2nd February 2014. State Series for 2013-2014The Triathlon SA State series is Triathlon SA's premier series for acknowledging the efforts of all athletes over the course of a triathlon season. New Duathlon Series LauncedWith the ITU World Duathlon Championships coming to Adelaide in spring of 2015 to the centre of Adelaide. JDP Skill Sessions & Time TrialsTriSA will be putting on a number of skill development sessions for junior athletes who are looking to improve their skills.
Bernard Savage appointed to High Performance Role at Triathlon AustraliaTriathlon Australia has appointed the long serving, highly credentialed Australian Swimming Team High Performance Science Manager Bernard Savage as its’ new National Performance Director for the next four years. SA Athletes representing AustraliaCongratulations to all SA athletes who recently represented Australia in Auckland, New Zealand. Member Benefits Seminar 1The 1st seminar in our TriathlonSA member benefits series will be held on Friday 9th November 2012 topic will be Peak Performance - How to acheive it ! 2015 World Duathlon Championships Awarded to AdelaideTriathlon Australia and the South Australian Tourism Commission are pleased to announce that this week in Auckland, New Zealand the International Triathlon Union (ITU) awarded the 2015 Duathlon World Championships to the city of Adelaide. Level 1 Coaching CourseThe next coaching course will be held on Saturday and Sunday the 10th & 11th November 2012.
Bid for World Duathlon Championships for 2015Triathlon SA in conjunction with Triathlon Australia and EventsSA is currently in the final stages of bidding for the World Duathlon Championships in 2015. Start the season with a splash at the Salisbury AquathlonWith spring upon us and warm days, why not leave the bike at home at get your season off to splash with the Salisbury Aquathlon. Murray Man Close to selling outMurray Man registrations close in less than two weeks, 5:00pm Sunday 21 October. 2012 Barossa Oceania & Australian Duathlon ChampionshipsIn brilliant spring weather in the Barossa Valley Tom Bruins from the Netherlands is first accross the line followed closely by Matty White for Magill SA. To get in touch with the FOTB team, just use the 'Email Us' link below and we’ll get back to you. This week, INSEP will host the third edition of the ITU Science & Triathlon conference, which features presentations from many of the sport’s leading coaches and sports scientists.


In preparation for the two-day seminar, running from 26-27 November, INSEP would like to share some information for participants arriving for the conference this week. This is the latest version of our site (version 3.1) since we launched back in January 2008. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch via our Contact page, or for research & consulting enquiries, please visit our sister site MultiSport Research. In addition to their core coaching role, it is this dedicated workforce that influences an individual’s personal development by delivering the key messages about ethics, beliefs, fair play, and values, through quality coach-athlete partnerships at all levels from grassroots participation to elite performance. Coaching is seen as a powerful catalyst for change with societies & economies around the world and effective, high quality coaching is central to developing, sustaining and increasing participation and performance in triathlon, with the welfare of athletes being the foremost concern to coaches in designing, implementing and evaluating appropriate practices and competitions.
They are required to fulfil a variety of roles that may include mentor, educator, technical advisor, psychologist and business manager. Nigel Pietsch, Performance (Level 2) coach of Lakers Triathlon Club, is providing this months article.
This month, Performance(Level 2) coach Steve O'Brien of Fuse Multisport is providing our first article. Triathlon SA in association with the Adelaide Triathlon Club is proud to launch a new race series for SA athletes. For those interested in attending the conference, registration is still available (see below). Are you like UKGearMuncher in that you put out massive wattage but are just a large, very lean MF?



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