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Success with Stamina
Success with Stamina
A little blog about being a triathlon coach. Here you'll find a little diary about my activities as a coach, the performances of the people I work with and my thoughts and opinions on what makes athletes faster for longer.

Endurance Sports Coaching 2012 - Athlete Achievements (pt. 2)

AndyBby AndyBDec 4th 2012
In the second part of this blog we'll look to celebrate the success of Endurance Sports Coaching athletes over shorter distances.

Standard and Sprint Distance performances

The highlight of the year for many was the age-group world championships and a magnificent six athletes managed to fit the trip to New Zealand into their schedule. For some the trip was more successful than others however, everyone put in their best efforts on the day and thatĀ's what makes us proud of you.

World Championship Qualifiers
James Runchman*
Adrian Wilkins*
Nick Escritt*
Gareth Silcock*
Mike Goddard**
Sarah Kemp**

*Standard Distance **Sprint Distance

On the domestic circuit it was a great year for Katie Synge making her debut in the elite category at Blenheim followed by strong performances in Strathclyde and London. Matt Everest also tested the water (or not as the case may be Ā- Windsor) in the elite fields and finished the season with a creditable performance at London. Rob Booth demonstrated great underlying fitness by winning his wave at the London Triathlon Sprint race on a work disrupted schedule and Penny Harris put in another PB at Liverpool 5150. Finally Maria Powell had a great first season in triathlon after switching from running picking up a few prizes along the way.

The total number of sprint and standard races, half marathons, 10KĀ's and time trials completed and personal bests achieved is longer than this blog will allow however; to all of you we are very proud of your achievements and hope you are too!

Keep up the good work and hereĀ's to an excellent next 2013 season!
 
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