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Series two of the Coaching Vodcasts and Webinar Series


The British Triathlon Coaching Vodcast and Webinar series is back with all new content and another opportunity to invest in your coaching skills and understanding.

Since series one, we’ve been busy producing the next series of video podcasts (or vodcasts) and live webinars to help you in your development. The sessions will be delivered by a range of coaches, educators and athletes who will share their experiences and knowledge through the series.

The vodcasts and webinars will also be available on the Coaching Matters section of the Learning Hub after they’ve taken place for anyone who can’t view them live.

These sessions will be an interesting watch and great CPD for coaches of all levels and settings, with plenty to learn about and put into practice in their own coaching.

An outline of the second series is available below, with those wishing to attend needing to register their interest. Instructions will be sent ahead of the session to those who register about how to view.



The British Triathlon Coaching Vodcast and Webinar Series Two

Episode 1: Return to Training - Available 8 July

Ian Pyper, British Triathlon Head of Performance Science Services, sits down with Matt Jefferson ,Head of Performance People and Culture Development, to take us through the key considerations for returning athletes to training, specifically swimming, after a break due to COVID-19.


Episode 2: Wheelchair Triathlon - 22 July, 12pm (LIVE)

Panel discussion including Ian Thompson, Lead Wheelchair Coach for British Triathlon, Phil Hogg (athlete to coach journey) and Commonwealth Games champions, Joe Townsend and Jade Jones-Hall.

An introduction to the general aspect of paratriathlon for those in the PTWC (wheelchair) class, looknig at equipment, equipment-athlete interface, and an overview of the particular aspects of coaching, especially where these differ from the ‘standing sport’.


Episode 3: New Ways of Coaching - 4 August, 2pm (LIVE)

Guidance for clubs on the post COVID-19 new way of coaching. Join Emma Springham, regional coach, coach educator and lead of Skills School East to chat about ideas, concepts and challenges around a new way of coaching both during and post COVID-19 Pandemic.


Episode 4: The Coach Athlete Journey - Available 19 August

Join British Triathlon performance coach, Adam Elliot, and World Class Programme athlete, Sophie Coldwell, as they share their experiences of working together and discuss the challenges and successes they've faced along their journey.


Episode 5: In My Experience - Available 4 September

Join Louis Richards, Welsh Triathlon Head of Performance, as he chats to Welsh Triathlon performance coaches, Luke Watson and Vicky Johnson, to discuss how they got into coaching and the roles they have now, including how they have adapted their coaching during the lockdown.


Episode 6: Periodisation - 15 September, 12pm (LIVE)

Shaun Green, coach education and CPD tutor, explains the concept, creation and implementation of a successful training programme within a club setting. Suitable for coaches who are tasked with developing the club sessions over the season, such as, Head or Lead Coach, Level 2 coaches as a refresher from their Level 2 course and as an introduction for Level 1 coaches.


Episode 7: Physiology in Triathlon - Available 7 October

Join the British Triathlon Performance Team as they delve a little deeper into the topic of physiology in triathlon.


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