After establishing himself as a dominant age group triathlete, James set out to establish himself among the elite ranks of the triathlon community. In 2010, James set a new world record by successfully completing 22 Ironman 70.3 events in 30 weeks, capping off his season by competing in the 2010 Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Clearwater, Florida. In 2012 James will set out to break the full Ironman world record and compete in more than 24 Ironman events in 15 countries. This guy knows triathlon.
What makes James a great coach? James started from scratch, so he knows what it takes at EVERY level. James is also a husband and father of five children. He understands the demands of an every day life, from work to family and everything in between. He understands that you need to get the most out of every minute you have set aside to train.