Cork Triathlon club has a number of experienced club coaches who contribute significantly to the operations of the club and the development of members. The club is very supportive of those interested in getting involved in the coaching and should you have an interested, please get in touch with any of the club coaches listed here or committee to discuss further.
Swim & run coach. Andrew joined CTC in 2004 & has been coaching since 2007. Andrew is a Level 2 Triathlon Ireland coach & Swim Teacher. He’s active in race committees & is a former committee member.
Swim & Run Coach. Brendan is a Level 1 Triathlon Coach & competing in Triathlons since 2003. Brendan is instrumental in the workings of the club & plans to get more involved in coaching.
Swim Coach. Adrian has been a club member for 10yrs, has been active at the committee level for many years. Adrian now leads the Junior side of CTC. Adrian is a qualified Level 1 Triathlon Coach & Level 1 Swim Teacher. This is his 3rd year coaching the club swim technique session.
Level 2 Triathlon coach. Trevor is heavily involved at the committee level, former Lost Sheep RD, now Public relations officer, he is keen on club progress & development & has a wealth of information on all things Bike.
Noel completed his Tri Leader early in 2019 and by the year end had completed the Level 1 course. Noel has a lot of run training experience and has steps in to help out with the club run sessions, firstly, bringing us to grass at the Farm and during 2020 coaching the very popular New to Track session. While Noel is a big fan of triathlon he has a keen interest in duathlon and strongly encourages folks to include duathlon races in their training/race calendars!
Brian is a Swim Ireland Level 3 swim coach, former Olympian, representing Ireland in the 1500m freestyle in 1972. Brian has been coaching the club for many years now.
Laurie O ‘ Donnell
TRI Leaders help assist a coach during a session or set up a session. Tri leaders don’t coach. Tri leader is the first step on the TI coaching ladder.
- Feidhlim O’ Dubhlaing
- Catherine Redmond
- James Fahey (In Training)
- Amy o Keeffe (In Training)
- Kelly Agnew (In Training)
Technical Officials (TOs) play a key role in the safe running of events nationwide. TOs come from all sporting backgrounds. The TO’s role is primarily to make sure the event is fun, safe and fair. The club has a duty to provide TO’s to races, in the same way, we will need TO’s for our own races. Races can’t be run without them. TI runs regular courses for Technical Officials.
- Trevor Woods
- Trevor Mahoney
Local Technical Officials (in the works)
- Aideen Kehoe
- Catherine Redmond