Coach Stacey on the bike at Galveston 70.3.
Coach Stacey on the bike at Galveston 70.3.
I’ve been passionate about helping others achieve their goals since 2010. This passion has only grown stronger over nearly the past decade. In addition to my Sonic Endurance responsibilities, I also manage my three active and growing kids, who are 9, 11, and 13. I also spend a few hours per week helping people at my favorite running gig: North Wales Running!
Whether it’s working with athletes that are new to the sport, or seasoned athletes looking to take on a new distance or challenge, I love the shared joy that comes from seeing results in my athletes. I most enjoy working with athletes who are passionate about their goals and are looking to take their training to a new level. With the experience of many years on the deck as a swim coach, I can work with you to help you strengthen your weakest link. Drawing upon my strong background in the individual and group coaching atmospheres, I will build you a personal program that is designed to meet your goals and needs. I am well versed in the challenges that both beginner and seasoned triathletes face. That said, I take it as a personal challenge to ensure my athletes develop the tools needed to get to the start line healthy, happy and ready to race. Thus, you should expect that I will engage with you on a regular basis, and that your program will be designed to allow you to find enjoyment and success in our sport.
I believe that success lies not only in the swim, bike, run but also in the recovery and nutrition. I am excited to help you achieve your goals. As an athlete, my passion lies in long course racing. When not on the race course, our family enjoys swimming, skiing and traveling.
Stacey is a multiple 70.3 and 140.6 finisher. She also competed in and finished the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in 2017 and 2018. She has also qualified for the ITU Long Course World Championship. She is currently working and racing as well as working her way back to competition after sustaining a brain injury in a collision in the 2016 ITU Long Course World Championships.

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