To create an environment of fun, fulfillment and support for our members that provides swim, bike, run and related triathlon training opportunities. Delivered by motivated, enthusiastic and well qualified coaches.
To assist our members, regardless of fitness level, ability or gender, to participate and enjoy the sport of triathlons and achieve their health and fitness goals
Sarah is a certified Triathlon Australia Development/Level 2 Triathlon Coach. She has been participating in triathlons for over ten years after starting as a swimmer in her junior years.
Anthony is currently an Athletics Victoria Registered distance running coach and he’s in the process of renewing registration and accreditation level with Athletics Australia.
Dave Morley is a cycling and triathlon coach with a passion for educating and empowering others to achieve their sporting goals. He has coached Masters level athletes to World championships in Cycling
Macka has been involved in triathlon for over 20years providing him as he says ‘an opportunity to learn and grow not just as an athlete and a coach but as a person.
Michael Macka Kennedy
Jonah joined the tri-club when he moved to Melbourne for his PhD. He’s not so interested in racing but greatly enjoys the social atmosphere and the friends he has made through the club.
Will’s first triathlon was a weekbix kids triathlon, but he started triathlon more seriously at the beginning of 2019 with the 2xu series, building up to completing the geelong 70.3 in 2020. He spends his non-triathlon time as an Electronic Engineer, and is generally found in the pool.
Peter completed his first triathlon in 1989 and raced in the national St George tri series as a junior back in the 90s. After a long break from the sport Peter found HTC just in time for the pandemic. His ultimate goal is to complete Kona in the 80+ age group category.
Ben joined HTC in 2018 after moving across from AFL. He’s raced at all distances with the club and has been a general committee members since 2019.
Mardi is a qualified civil engineer, and oversees a large team that is responsible for all civil infrastructure and facility maintenance in the City of Casey.
Mark has been a long time triathlete competing in Sprint, Standard and half IM’s, but his preferred distance is Standard and has represented Australia in Chicago and Lausanne.