Meet the Triathlon Plus team
Get up close and personal with our team who help create your magazine packed full of news, tips and training advice
Over the last couple of months coaching editor Phil has been steadfastly working his way through the new Ironman University Coaching Certification program. Thankfully he passed, so now he can return to his routine of childcare, writing and coaching triathletes via his business myprocoach.net. In his precious spare time, he likes to go training.
Gill is an exercise and nutrition scientist who specializes in sports nutrition management for training, performance, recovery and body weight management. Gill has been a fitness professionals’ education consultant and international presenter on nutrition for more than 30 years. Gill leads the field of research in nutrition, exercise and teacher training in the UK. drummondclinic.co.uk
Guy Kesteven has been testing bikes and components professionally for 18 years, and was riding every bike he could try for a decade before that. That gives him an unparalleled knowledge base to compare everything from affordable first bikes to state-of-the-art superbikes.
A leading triathlon coach and commentator, Steve has been in the game forever. You’ve probably heard his dulcet tones commentating on televised triathlons. You can reach him for coaching advice and details of his training camps at trew@ personalbest.demon.co.uk.
Our columnist Amy is an age-group long distance triathlete and a world champion qualifier in both ITU and WTC racing. She documents her triathlon success in both her Triathlon Plus column and on her website, amykilpin.co.uk.
News editor Fiona started running 15 years ago, but after seven marathons (and constant injury) she switched to triathlon and has managed to remain pain-free. She’s completed various distances, including a half-Ironman and overcome a terror of clip-in shoes and open water in the process. She completed her first Iron distance last year.