Club Coaching

Startline Coaching offers swim, bike, & run coaching to clubs & teams. If you need a permanent club lead coach position, grow your coaching bench to accommodate growth of your existing program, or establish substitute coaching in the event that one of your coaches may be away for an extended period, Startline Coaching can help.

Head Coach – Peter has developed athletes at the national championship and world championship level. He employs a friendly, supportive, and guiding coaching style allowing each athlete to develop at their own pace. Athlete learning is at the center of Peter’s approach.

Peter is a distance freestyle specialist, with multiple Ironman and open water swim finishes, including the Bermuda 10k. He is a USA Triathlon All American, and WTC silver athlete with 20 years of competition experience at all Triathlon distances.

Coaching Certifications:
  • Ironman certified coach
  • USA Triathlon level 2 endurance coach
  • USA Cycling level 2 coach w/ distinction
  • USA Cycling certified skills instructor
  • USA Cycling power training certified coach
  • USA Swimming coach

Startline Coaching is committed to the development of every athlete and to the success of every team and club. Contact Startline Coaching to discuss your club coaching needs.

Current club coaching engagements:

Brooklyn Triathlon club cycling coach leading Tuesday morning bike workouts, and cycling skills clinics. Peter provides athletes with one on one guidance, and works with athletes at all levels on how to improve performance on the bike.

Brooklyn Triathlon Club is one of the largest clubs in the city with over 300 members, and the only club serving the needs of the Brooklyn community.

Swim coach for the Brooklyn Stingrays, freestyle specialist and member of a 5 member coaching team.

Stingrays is a year round competitive swim team offering high quality professional coaching and technique instruction for all ages and abilities. Stingrays has 50+ active members age group & senior swimmers.

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