Coaches

Swim Coach: Tracey Shelley
Tracey Shelley is an NCCP level II swim coach who has coached triathletes, as well as age group and masters swimmers for the last 25 years. She is currently the head swim coach for the Steveston Athletic Association. In addition to coaching at local pools, Tracey tries to get her swimmers focusing on open water specificity training when times & tides are right.  Tracey is a sports educator for the Coaching Association of Canada and has coached internationally for  ITU. She is currently one of Triathlon Canada’s Senior Master Learning Facilitators and Course Evaluators. Tracey believes the difference between swimming and swimming well is attitude, commitment and excellence in coaching.

 

Swim Coach: Julia Morris

Julia Morris spent most of her childhood poolside as she swam competitively with the Richmond Kigoos Swim Club. She qualified for provincials many years in a row and placed first in various events, as well as setting records with her relay team. Kigoos has given her over 10 years of coaching experience, starting with younger development groups all the way up to the adult masters group. She has also been a lifeguard with the City of Richmond for seven years, and enjoys teaching swimming lessons of all levels to children and adults alike. She is an avid athlete, and after coaching with SAA for three years has finally completed two triathlons, and is eager to keep it up! She is inspired by the determination, discipline, and spirit of the triathletes that she coaches, and is always ready to offer positive encouragement and lots of feedback with a smile on her face, even on the darkest of mornings.

Swim Coach: Doug Thompson

Info coming soon!

Spinning Coach: Tanya

Tanya is all about nourishing performance. She believes in using a holistic approach to your sport performance, wellness and lifestyle goals. As a certified fitness professional and Registered Holistic Nutritionist, she believes in functional movement workouts, nutrition that supports all your activities and efficient use of your valuable time. She has over 10 years of cycling and triathlon experience with the last 5 years at a competitive level. The most significant contributions to her increase in athletic performance have been dialing in her daily and race day nutrition and training with intention and appropriate recovery. She has experienced challenges from overuse training injuries, hormone imbalances, digestive disasters and disappointing sport performances. What she’s learned from these challenges is that she still loves to train and race and that she wants to support others on their fitness and performance journey, so they don’t have to experience the same struggles.

 

Bike Leaders:

Monica, Lucy, JM

Bike Coordinator: Doug

Run Leaders:

Doug, JM, Jan

Run Coordinator: Mikaela

 

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