Edinburgh Triathletes Squad seeks triathletes for 2021 season

The Edinburgh Triathletes Squad, under the guidance of Coach Joel Enoch, is seeking motivated and dedicated team players looking to develop in 2021.

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ONE OF SCOTLAND’S OLDEST TRIATHLON CLUBS is seeking motivated, dedicated team-players who are looking to develop within a programme headed by Joel Enoch, 220 Writer, CLIF Bar ambassador and coach to World, European, British and Scottish Champions. A new three-tiered membership system offers potential members greater points of entry with the aim of supporting more athletes towards their goals. Applications are now open and close on Friday the 18th of September

The Edinburgh Triathletes Squad is back, has evolved to offer more support and more options to more triathletes in the east of Scotland and is looking for Triathletes who are interested in developing towards the 2021 season.  

For the 2021 season, the ET squad will offer three tiers of membership options – PLUS, CORE and VIRTUAL, each designed to offer greater flexibility for those who want to be part of a professionally coached, cost effective programme with like-minded athletes. 

You can see more info here and also on the video you can watch here:

If you are interested, ET Squad head Coach Joel Enoch would love to hear from you. So please get in touch via the ET Club webpage:

The ET squad is a motivated group of positive, dedicated athletes who work as a team. It is about establishing a group of individuals who want to excel together towards their goals; many are looking to race 70.3 or qualify for GB age-group teams, but let that inspire you, don’t let it put you off – personality and mindset are most important. Ask yourself, are you: 

  • Committed to – Your training, growth, long term development, coaching process and racing? 
  • Questioning – Will you try new things to get new (and improved) results? 
  • Trusting – able to place yourself in the hands of a coach and an annual training process? 
  • Professional – Becoming ‘elite’ in what you do in training and how you do it? 
  • Positive – Enthusiastic about the opportunities you are presented with. Someone who avoids negative talk? 
  • Growth minded – Looking to improve your performance in all areas as much as possible? 

If the ET Squad seems like an exciting opportunity, grab your chance and get in touch now. Even if you aren’t sure, Head Coach Joel would be very happy to talk it though with you and you can even try a few sessions for free before you commit. Follow the link above, with no pressure to commit if it’s not for you. 

The deadline for applications is the 18th of September and the ET Squad is already over half full so don’t wait to get in touch.   

With your interest and support, the 2021 Squad can evolve to become even more successful than in previous years and Edinburgh Triathletes hope to hear from you soon!

Edinburgh Triathletes Club is sponsored by:

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John Levison
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John Levison
TRI247's Chief Correspondent, John has been involved in triathlon for well over 30 years, 15 of those writing on these pages, whilst he can also be found commentating for events across the UK.


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