Brett Sutton coaches Tomasz Spaleniak

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Brett Sutton is widely known in triathlon world. Tomasz Spaleniak maybe not yet. What connect Brett and Tomasz? Tomasz has completed Coaching Academy and is only coach in Poland with Coaching Certification with Brett Sutton recommendation. 

Trisutto is international triathlon team with Brett Sutton as head coach. He is the most successful triathlon coach. Over the years his athletes have won four Olympic medals, 16 ITU world championships, 80 Ironman series victories, and 79 Ironman 70.3 series wins. These numbers are still growing. Nowadays Brett Sutton is coaching Nicola Spirig (current Olympic vice-champion), Daniela Ryf (twice Ironman World Champion). In the past his athletes was: multi-Ironman World Champion Chrissie Wellington, Emma Snowsill (Olympic champion), Brad Kahlefeldt, Jan Rehula, Tim Don and Greg Welch. The list of outstanding athletes is long.

Learning only from the best

Many world championship titles and Olympic medals are no matter of luck. Brett Sutton is in triathlon since the 90’s and he knows knows how to successfully train. Since last year, offer a course for coaches to learn Trisutto training methodology. It contains the practical part during two Trisutto camps and the interactive, more theoretical part leading by a „mentor coach”.

– As a coach, my development is very important to me – says Tomasz Spaleniak, active triathlete and coach. – I have decided to take part in the Trisutto course to learn from the best. I am very happy with this decision. This education perfectly complemented my experience as a coach. This was something different from the other learning courses, which are full of the same theoretical scientific content. Information in Trisutto Academy was practical, verified in the real world of triathlon. It gave me many answers for important training questions and widened my horizons. Direct meetings with Brett Sutton were very valuable and inspirational. I have learned also about communication with athlete, responsibility, leadership and other features that make a unique coach. This was much more than training physiology knowledge – summarizes Tomasz Spaleniak.