Our JET coaching staff consists of individuals who are not only seasoned in the sport themselves, but sincerely interested and wholly devoted to the development of their athletes. With high performance credentials, professional status, and decades of experience in the sport as both coaches and athletes, you can be assured that they're here for your kids' success...whatever that may entail.
Coach Jeff is the founder of Tri4Him and takes a deep personal interest in the success of all of its teams. He's coached multiple professional triathletes competing in both long-course and short-course racing, including draft-legal international ITU events. Coach Jeff is also committed to coaching Tri4Him's Junior Elite Team athletes. With two sons on the Junior Elite Team and a college-aged daughter as a former member, he is dedicated to seeing the team flourish and invests his time and energy in developing the talent and character of these young athletes.
EXPERIENCE AND CREDENTIALS
Coach Brian has been around the triathlon world for many years, both competing and coaching. He has a strong passion for working with children and athletes. Coaching the JET team brings everything together for him. He currently serves as Executive Director of Tri4Him and Team Director for the JET team. Some of his credentials include:
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We are excited to have Coach Watts assisting us pool side. He taught swimming for 3 years in the U.K. and he holds the ASA Level 1 swim coaching qualification. Mr. Watts has worked with children from 5 years old up to Squad based swim coaching delivering high performance and swim stroke correction and improvement. His expertise in all levels of competitive swimming and triathlon is a huge added bonus to our team. Coach Watts has raced at all the triathlon distances from standard adult sprint through Ironman.
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Coach Brad is one of Baylor University's all time best runners. Some of his accolades include:
Coach Brad actually started to work with Coach Jeff in 2012 and soon thereafter, Brad was selected to participate in the 2013 collegiate recruitment camp, representing 1 of the 12 top triathlon recruits from the collegiate ranks in the entire United States. Now that Brad has his first year of marriage under his belt and his career underway, he’s looking to earn his triathlon pro card with the ambition of bidding for the 2020 Olympic team.