Stephen Greene – Head Coach
Stephen has been involved in Triathlon for about 15 years originally coming from a sporting background having competed at a regional level in tennis, rugby and cycling. Stephen has raced all distances from sprint to Ironman. Stephen has recently moved away from a corporate commercial background to focus on Triathlon and is currently actively involved in supporting a number of Midlands Triathlon clubs. Stephen is a Level 3 Personal Trainer and also a Triathlon Coach and works with both groups and individuals including both complete beginners through to those wanting to compete at the highest level.
Tim Allen – Chairman
Tim was elected to the role of Chairman in 2017. He is an avid sportsman and it is fair to say came to the sport of Triathlon fairly late in life. He has completed several local Tri’s but now tends to concentrate on long distance swims.He completed the Rutland 4km swim last year and hopes to follow on with more this year. he will usually be found in the pool on a Tuesday ( and definitely in the pub afterwards) and at Hall Croft Farm on a Thursday night.
Caroline Lindholme – Secretary
Elected to committee in 2017 – details to follow
Rupert King – Treasurer
Elected to the committee in 2017 – details to follow.
Jude Irons – Marketing
Elected to the committee in 2017 – Details to follow
David Threlfall – Open Water Swimming
Elected to the committee in 2017 – David has been having fun in Lycra and Neoprene for over 10 years at all distances, from super sprint to Iron distance in the Outlaw (40th Birthday treat) several years ago. Definitely in it for the fun and fitness benefits.
Charlotte King – Welfare Officer
Elected to the committee in 2017 _ Details to follow
Pat Swift – Social Secretary
Pat retired 5 years ago and thought it would be fun to have a go at a Sprint Triathlon; as a keen cyclist she thought that would be enough to get her through the course. However, she enjoyed it so much she decided to have a go at a Duathlon, then the dream, a Sprint Open Water event!
Believing the marketing hype that a wet suit would do all the hard work, she set off training only to find that it wasn’t quite that easy and and required a few skills. Fortunately she then met Ashbourne Triathletes. Amanda, and team identified her shortcomings and guided her around the lake at Hall Croft Farm, giving her confidence over the few weeks before the race. Pat completed Blithfield Triathlon finishing first in her age category.
Pat now wants to give back to Ashbourne Triathletes, as without them she would never of achieved her dream.
“Munch” aka Craig Clayton – General Member
Munch is 44 and has been a triathlete for 4 years coming originally from a cycling time-trial and running back ground; in which he has vast experience of racing and training. He is secretly a committee member of the Ashbourne Allotment Association and is never happier than when he’s messing with his bikes, walking with his wife around Derbyshire or growing veg.