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Triathlon workforce celebrated at British Triathlon Awards

In an evening aimed at celebrating the performances of the Great Britain and Home Nation teams, the Coaches, Volunteers and Officials who underpin the sport have also been recognised by the Leigh Day British Triathlon Workforce Awards at the British Triathlon Awards Evening on Saturday 14 November 2015.

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Tell us your experiences

Sports coach UK and Sport England are conducting an exciting piece of research with sport participants and want your opinions.

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Triathlon England launches Skills School

Skills School is an exciting and innovative new initiative from Triathlon England that will better support the development of young triathletes and Children’s Club Coaches in each region.

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Coaching Competition

Are you a coach? Would you like to win a Great Britain T-shirt signed by Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee, Non Stanford, Vicky Holland and the rest of the Elite Senior team who were at Vitality World Triathlon London? Read on to find out how.

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Club Head Coaches Workshop

Tony Jolly is the lead Coach Tutor for England and an experienced head coach of a large Triathlon club. He gives us an insight into what a club head coach does and some of the challenges associated with being a head coach of a club.

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British Triathlon Coach Mentor Program

Chris Roberts is a British Triathlon Level 3 Coach, and an award winning Mentor. Working alongside the Coach Development team he has supported the development and delivery of British Triathlons Coach Mentor Program. Chris talks about why mentoring can be such an effective tool for coaches, and how to get involved in the program.

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7 Steps to Developing your Open Water Coaching.

Emma Brunning is a British Triathlon Tutor, Swim Smooth Coach and a specialist in open water swim coaching. With the open water season in full swing she shares her top 7 tips for coaching athletes in an open water environment.

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Coaching Stories- Emma Brunning

We spent the day with coach Emma Brunning at her open water venue in the Lake District to find out about her as a coach, mentor and open water swimmer.

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Why you should be a Home Nations Member if you are a Coach.

There are over 3600 qualified triathlon coaches in the UK, yet over 1400 are currently not members of their home nation. You may be aware that being a Home Nation member gives you access to a number of benefits as an athlete, but there is also a whole range of benefits specifically for coaches.

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Dates announced for the next Level 3 Coaching Course 2015

British Triathlon is pleased to announce the dates for the next Level 3 Coaching course

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