About the Club
Our sessions are designed for all levels from those new to all three disciplines of triathlons to those wanting to qualify for a GB age group place.
Tri-Rivington prides itself in the high quality of coaching we provide our members whatever their gender, experience, fitness or goals are. Many of our members joined us with very little experience in one or more of the triathlon disciplines and have successfully achieved their goals. In fact we have had many who were unable to swim in September and crossed the Ironman UK finishing line the following July.
We also have many very experienced members in all three disciplines who are always looking for ways to further improve their finishing times or join those members who are GB age group qualifiers.
You don’t have to be a triathlete to join us – We also have many members who want to be coached for duathlons, cycling, running or swimming events.
How can you join us?
Join our closed club Facebook page and come along to a couple of coaching sessions to see if we are the club for you. We are based at David Lloyd Bolton but you don’t have to be a member of David Lloyd.
We provide video analysis to help improve your swimming.
Using the latest GoPro cameras we will record your swimming technique and provide feedback on how to improve upon it, the video is yours to keep for future analysis.
Coaches With Experience
Founder and head coach of Tri‑Rivington UK Ltd
- Bed (Hons) in PE, History and Education
- M. Ed in Organisation and Planning of Education
- Level 3 Tri-England Coach
- First Aid qualified
Ray has a wealth of coaching experience going as far back as 1978 when he was the fitness coach, while training to become a teacher, for the football, rugby, judo and netball teams. His specialised focus of PE research was tailoring fitness training to the different sporting demands.
Ray has competed in six Ironman events, thirteen half Ironman events, over fifty olympic and sprint distance events. He has also competing in countless 10 km, half and full marathons, as well as ultra-distance swimming, running and cycling events.
Ray is a qualified Level 3 Tri-England coach and has been coaching the three disciplines of triathlon for over six years. He is also the coach and consultant for David Lloyd Bolton. He founded Tri-Rivington UK and has successfully coached and prepared over three hundred athletes for triathlon events, including over a hundred and twenty for Ironman events in this country and abroad. He has also coached and supported members to successfully qualify for GB age group places around Europe.
- Level 2 Tri-England Coach
- First Aid qualified
- Full CRB Checked
- Level 3 Sports massage Therapist
Dean has a wealth of experience in training groups and individuals of all ages and ability. Before Triathlon Dean reached his 2nd Dan in Karate which really helps today with his fitness and never give
up attitude. Dean has completed 4 Ironman events, 8 half iron distance events and countless Olympic\Sprint distance events at home and abroad.
Dean is a current GB Age Grouper and continues to compete at a high level in triathlon and duathlon events as well as being a coach with Tri-Rivington.
- Level 2 British triathlon Coach
- Full CRB Checked
Dan has competed in two full distance Ironman events in sub twelve hours, three half Ironman distance events. He achieved first place in the half Ironman distance Sandman Legend and competed in countless Olympic and sprint distance races with top three podium wins in a numerous of these events.
Dan also a current GB age group athlete competing in triathlon and duathlon competitions throughout Europe.
Dan has a wealth of experience in coaching all abilities in triathlons and in group training sessions. With his past experience as a football manager he has great leadership skills and has a drive to help other athletes to achieve their own goals and enjoy competing in triathlon events.
What Our Members Are Saying
Our promise to you:
“We will do everything we can to ensure you cross the finish line in your best time, with a smile on your face.”