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Karl Allsop
Karl Allsop
Karl Allsop is the Race Director for Spartan Race UK. The three types of Spartan Races in the UK escalate in distance, obstacle count and challenge level - the Spartan Sprint (3+ miles/20+ obstacles), the Spartan Super (8+ miles/ 25+ obstacles) and the Spartan Beast (12+ miles/ 30+ obstacles). Courses are riddled with signature obstacles: mud, barbed wire, walls, rope and fire.
Andy Barton
Andy Barton
Andy Barton is one of the UK's leading mental performance coaches working with sports performers at all levels. His clients include, among others, Premier League and international footballers and rugby players, European Tour golfers, world level equestrians, Olympic athletes and world medallists. He also enjoys working with keen amateurs and is one of the mind and body experts for...
Andy Blow
Andy Blow
Andy Blow has a few top 10 Ironman and 70.3 finishes and an Xterra World Age Group title to his name. He founded Precision Hydration to help athletes solve their hydration issues and you can take their free online Sweat Test to get started with your hydration strategy today. He has a degree in Sport and Exercise Science and was once the Team Sports Scientist for Benetton and Renault F1 teams.
Anthony Batt
Anthony Batt
Anthony has raced at the highest level domestically and within Europe, along with achieving the highest coaching qualification within British Cycling. This gives him a unique perspective of your pain, and how to get you to be the best. His expertise covers all aspects of cycling and triathlons, with a dynamic range of clients. Anthony is the founder of Brivelo which offers UK-based...
Christina Boxer
Christina Boxer
Christina Boxer is a retired middle-distance athlete, having achieved Gold in the Commonwealth Games at 1500m, representing Great Britain at three Olympic Games and becoming the first British woman to run 800m in under 2 minutes. As a former Team GB coach, she is now a Sport, Coaching and Performance Management Consultant.
David Binney
David Binney
David was the British Junior Climbing team coach for 10 years and Chairman of the British Mountaineering Council’s High Performance Steering Group. He has been advisor to the BBC and Channel 4 for climbing-related programmes and is now Principal lecturer of Physiology and Research Skills and Postgraduate Academic Delivery Lead for Sport at Sheffield Hallam University.
Dr Julie Bradshaw MBE
Dr Julie Bradshaw MBE
Dr Julie Bradshaw MBE is a world record swimmer, an ASA Advanced Swimming Teacher and Club Coach of over 30 years, a motivational speaker, trainer, life coach and therapist. Her record-breaking swimming career began at the age of 15 when she became the fastest British Junior to swim the English Channel and she's since set over 20 world records including a legendary butterfly...
Irvine Butterfield
Irvine Butterfield
The late Irvine Butterfield was regarded as a champion of the Scottish mountains and was the ‘Writer in Residence’ for The Mountaineering Council of Scotland. He wrote many popular books including 'The High Mountains of Britain and Ireland: A Guide for Mountain Walkers' also known as 'The Bible' for hill-walkers. He was also founder and active member of the...
Lauren Bradshaw
Lauren Bradshaw
Lauren is a specialist Sports Physiotherapist at Progress, the Cambridge Centre for Health and Performance. She competed as an ice dancer as part of the senior British Figure Skating Squad until 2005. In 2009 she converted to triathlon and became a GB Age Group athlete, winning bronze at the 2014 World Duathlon Championships before completing her first Ironman in Mallorca in 2015. Lauren...
Malcolm Balk
Malcolm Balk
Malcolm is an internationally acclaimed Alexander Technique teacher and running coach as well as the co-author of two bestselling books, 'Master the Art of Running' and 'Master the Art of Working Out'.   He has developed a unique approach to helping runners improve their performance, increase enjoyment and reduce the risk of injury.  ...
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