Josh is an Architect, teacher and business owner turned professional triathlete and coach. Formally an international swimmer, Josh has turned his pool fitness into triathlon success having competed in competitions globally on the ITU circuit and the Commonwealth Games mens elite triathlon 2018.
Having qualified for the Commonwealth Games whilst completing his final year studying architecture, as well as a life time of juggling sport and education, Josh knows first hand how to balance work, life and exercise in order to achieve the most out of each of them, and wishes to apply this knowledge to help others to reach their goals.
The ability to overcome time constraints with focused, intelligent and efficient training are all of high importance to Josh and will be fundamentally applied to his coaching methods, delivery and programs.
Commonwealth Games 2018
Mens Elite British Senior Champion 2019
Iestyn is a professional triathlete with over 10 years’ experience of competing at a high level in the sport. Iestyn was initially a member of the British Triathlon Talent squad at the age of 16 having won the Inter-Regional Championships whilst competing for Wales.
Iestyn then went on to train at Loughborough University alongside many Olympians in the World Class Performance Squad whilst simultaneously studying for a Degree in Sport Science.
Having turned professional in 2015 the results that Iestyn was expecting to achieve did not occur. It was only after taking the bold move to step away from a squad environment in Loughborough and really taking ownership of his own training did Iestyn start to unlock his true potential in the sport.
• Commonwealth Games 2018
• European Cup Podium
• Represented GB at u23 Level
• British Senior Elite Championship Medalist
• Welsh Champion
It is this ownership and thought process that has led Iestyn to come up with his own performance formula, where training is governed by the individual athlete. Iestyn's instinctive approach, underpinned by scientific literature and data driven training principles, has proven to be highly successful for not only Iestyn, but the athletes that surround him.
Chris Silver is an elite triathlete who competes internationally as a professional over the 70.3 distance. Chris has a background in swimming and cross-country running at a national level from the age of 8, but came into triathlon relatively late at the age of 21, finding a love for the sport in his final year of University at Bath.
Over the years Chris has juggled work, studies and triathlon training and his efforts were rewarded with qualification for the Commonwealth Games in 2018. After achieving qualification Chris made the switch to training full time with the squad at the National performance centre, and as a result he was able to deliver as performance that exceeded expectations at the Commonwealth Games.
Outside of triathlon Chris has an extensive background in Psychology, achieving a BSc Psychology and Masters in Clinical Psychology, and has over 10 years’ experience of working in psychological settings. Chris attributes much of his success in triathlon to his knowledge of psychology, applying psychological principles, strategies and techniques to both his training and racing. Chris feels this often gives him a mental edge over his competitors, particular over longer distance racing.
With his mental strength and physical prowess on the bike Chris made the logical switch to 70.3 distance racing after the Commonwealth Games, gaining his professional long distance license in 2018 and achieving a number of top 10 results in his rookie season.
Ollie is currently living, studying and training in Cardiff, Wales. He is a professional triathlete from Jersey Channel Islands.
Ollie studied at Le Rocquier School which has led him to study a level 3 extended Diploma in sports studies at Highlands College. He now attends Cardiff Metropolitan University which commenced in September 2018 studying a Degree in ‘Sports and Exercise Science’.
He currently races International Triathlon at Elite Senior and U23 level, which has taken him to compete for Great Britain in multiple World and European Cups. In addition he was selected to compete as part of ‘Team Jersey’ at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast. His goal is to continue to pursue a career in professional triathlon after his studies are completed, but wants to use his vast experience and technical prowess within the sport to educate and help those seeking the best out of their performances.
Specialising in skills and race tactics, as well as good understanding of training methodology, Ollie has a lot of advice he wants to pass on to help people achieve their goals.