Our Coaches

For many athletes, working with a coach has made the difference between just “training” and doing focused workouts to meet a goal.  The top reasons from a recent poll conducted by Training Peaks include:

  • Structure
  • Accountability
  • Motivation
  • Advice
  • Injury Prevention

Meet the coaches we have on our team below!

Tammy Huguet

As a personal trainer and community triathlon coach, Tammy works with clients from the Surrey, White Rock, Langley & Delta areas. After more than 10 years of involvement in all areas of triathlon, from training for iron distance races to coaching a new athlete across finish lines, Tammy has a passion to see people to continue moving forward with their own goals, what ever they may be! 

If you are looking for someone to encourage you, to hold you accountable and be as excited about your fitness goals as you are… then lets get started!

Gord Robertson

Gord’s coaching background includes being the head coach of three competitive swim clubs, as well as the NWT Canada Games Team. He has years of experience coaching swimmers and triathletes from novice to National qualifiers, ages 7 to 70.  We are happy to have him as our head swim coach!
 
Gord’s main goal is to prepare triathletes to achieve their personal goals. He has a diverse athletic background including playing competitive rugby, as well as participating in running events and triathlons since the 80’s.  He competes in triathlons, enjoys nordic skiing, snowshoeing, ocean kayaking and cycle touring.

Jacob Schwingboth

For the past 10 years cycling has been a big part of Jacob’s life. It has taken him all over the world competing in different countries, he has represented Canada at the Pan American Games, and has raced professionally in both Europe and North America. Over the course of his career, he has won seven Canadian National Championship titles. 

Jacob has a passion for helping others and for the past 4 years he has been coaching. He has helped athletes win medals at a National championships, the Police World and Fire Game, and even turn professional.

Wendy Lyall

While Wendy has always been athletic, her background started with running 10k races, which led to marathons and now triathlon.
 
She is drawn to the half Ironman distance, although she also completes sprints and standards. Her goal is to encouraging people to make positive change in their lives.
 
Wendy’s passion is for the new long distance triathlete and that is where most of her coaching experience lies. She is excited to play a role in her athletes’ journeys and feels privileged to be a part of their development.

AWESOME COACHING AHEAD