find the right training for you
Whether you are new to triathlons or you are looking at your first Ironman we have the training program for you.
why Choose Us
We've been coaching together for over 10 years and have loved watching people grow from their first triathlon to their first Ironman event. We've met thousands of people over the years and every single person would have a desire to want to improve and be better than their last race.
This is what triathlon coaching is about for us. It's about helping everyone reach their goals and that goal is very rarely about getting on a podium.
Triathlon is such an inclusive community and we see it change lives as people set new goals and achieve things that they once thought were impossible.
We hope you'll join us at World Multisport and be part of our community where training online doesn't mean training alone.
"Picking up a new sport as an adult is daunting. The support and encouragement from the World Multisport team and the rest of the beginners made this a really enjoyable course. I built new friendships along the way and looked forward to every session. I learnt so many triathlon fundamentals as well as tips & tricks I didn’t realise I needed to know, finishing the course feeling so much more comfortable and confident to continue on with triathlon."
"Being part of a group and sharing our highs and lows gave me all the confidence I needed to complete my first triathlon. The rest just happens."
There is no one size fits all in anything in life let alone what you wear in a triathlon! If there is one thing that I beg of you it’s to not let all the lycra you’ll see at a triathlon put you off entering. If you stop looking at the pointy end of the field you will see that you can wear anything on the day as long as you are comfortable in it.
As human beings we’re all flawed, we all have battles and challenges we need to overcome. Unfortunately, one of the downsides of triathlon can be a quest for perfection both during training and racing. Perfection is impossible to achieve; it should never be a goal.