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Race Hub are recruiting: qualified triathlon coach wanted

Chief Correspondent

Race Hub are looking to recruit a qualified triathlon coach

Here is a job opportunity if you are a triathlon coach. Full details below courtesy of Race Hub owner, Johnny Nicol.

Due to growth we are looking to add a new member of staff to the Race Hub team.

We are looking for a qualified triathlon coach to fill an exciting new role starting with 15-20 hours a week with the aim of growing to a full time role if the successful candidate is interested. Will include some weekend and evening work.

Race Hub Triathlon Team


The role will include:

  • Planning and delivering Wattbike classes (Wattbike training given if required).
  • Planning and delivering open water sessions.
  • Carrying out bike fits (training will be given).
  • Plan and deliver overseas cycle and triathlon camps (2018 onwards).
  • Creating partnerships with cycle and triathlon clubs.
  • The role will also include some work in our retail store and cafe when required.

Salary to be dependant on qualifications & experience

Please send your cv and covering letter to

Race Hub

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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