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Brett Sutton
Head Coach at Trainer of Olympic, World and Ironman Champion triathletes.
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Brett Sutton Jun 17
The very success of the Trisutto training is that athletes learn to read their own body. You must work on developing your own instincts rather than turn it over to the very inexact indicators of sports science:
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Brett Sutton May 8
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Brett Sutton May 1
If one is not attuned to coaching with nuance, you are not a coach at all, just merely a robot locked into a dogma, that will only work for the absurdly talented:
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Brett Sutton Apr 29
Taking Care of Business - The Home of Triathlon Team out in force this past weekend with some great results worldwide:
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Susie Langley Apr 25
The “World Record” Attempt ’....the concept of the 'Ironman World Record' is completely out of place. Embraced only by marketers or people who don't understand sport.’
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Susie Langley Apr 29
Taking Care of Business - Home of Triathlon Team out in force this past weekend with some great results worldwide!
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Brett Sutton Apr 27
Let's not let Daniela’s great win at IM Texas over shadow Lisa Roberts fantastic win earlier in the day at Challenge Taiwan. A lot of very sheepish pro men will be at the presentation - Lisa with the fastest run of the day!
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Brett Sutton Apr 27
Congrats to the Bird getting the job done and validating for Kona. Had no right to win here after brilliant performance by McCauley, but Champions sometimes forget how to lose.
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Brett Sutton Apr 25
The concept of the 'Ironman World Record' is completely out of place. Embraced only by marketers or people who don't understand sport:
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Susie Langley Apr 22
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Brett Sutton Apr 17
Spirited racing in Portocolom ‘A challenging course surrounded by fun, camaraderie and a great feeling of togetherness, something at races I haven't felt for some time’:
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Brett Sutton Apr 15
When it comes down to the run..., close and exciting racing this past weekend - Run to Win:
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TriPortocolom Apr 12
Triathlon and coaching legend welcomes you to This is the kick-off event of the 💪🏼🔝
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Brett Sutton Apr 11
Do you really want to swim faster..., or look good?! As we head into the last of our three part series, don't dismiss this heading. I'm constantly amazed at how many athletes and coaches confuse the first two statements:
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Brett Sutton Apr 9
This weeks race report takes us to USA, Australia, South Africa, Thailand. Well done: 📸
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Susie Langley Apr 9
Emphatic Racing! Well done to all our team who raced this past weekend - some fantastic performances as momentum builds. 📷
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Brett Sutton Apr 4
There is no way you're going to run well with a technique that requires leg strength to propel you (especially over 42km):
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Home of Triathlon Apr 2
‘Success is not about winning. It's about having the ability to do the work to be in a place where our actions make winning inevitable.’
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Susie Langley Mar 26
It was a Double Header in Asia for Home of Triathlon athletes this past weekend. Race roundup: Photo:
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Brett Sutton Mar 26
Interesting reading for race directors on why one of world's most fiercely independent and successful triathlons has joined forces with
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