At the end of the 2016 season, after five years of coaching with Rodger, we made a mutual decision that I had arrived at the point we'd been working so hard to get to.
As triathlon continues to grow in popularity, more & more athletes are looking for help and guidance in our amazing sport. They all have different needs and circumstances; some are simply looking to complete events, many look to significantly improve and some strive to reach their athletic potential.
Having done the race in 2016 I was better prepared both mentally and with the gear I decided to pack.
A very productive evening's work for Mark Egan at the popular mid-week sprint triathlon at Capernwray on Wednesday.
For the 2017 season I decided to try something new in regards to the type of racing I would be doing.
Sunday 25th June saw several Racepace athletes and coaches heading down to Llandudno on the Welsh coast to take part in Xtra Mile events sea triathlons. Mark Egan, Robert Cassidy, Beau Smith, Sarah Jepson and Rodger Wilkins all donned their wetsuits for a dip in the sea. Read Sarah and Beau's race-reports here.
The 4th of June was the Tour of Cambridgeshire Gran Fondo Road Race and sportive event held near Peterborough, and five Racepace athletes were competing.