Adam Beckworth is head coach and owner of Beckworth Racing. Since retiring from elite competition, Adam has concentrated on coaching triathletes of all abilities and distances.
Adam's approach to triathlon training is scientific and based on tried and tested physiological methods. This approach gives Adam's athletes confidence that the training process will get them to race day in the best physical and mental condition possible.
Some of Adam's personal achievements include:
2001 held an Australian Professional Triathlon Licence and raced in the National Pro Accenture Tri Series
2005 World Olympic Distance Triathlon Championships 2nd in the 25-29age group.
Raced for a Professional French Team TOC Cesson-Sevigne 2006 and 2007.
Australian Olympic Distance Triathlon Champion 25-29age group in 2003 and 2005.
Australian Triathlete of the Year Award in the 25-29 age group 2003.
With over 15 years of experience Anthony has teamed up with Beckworth Racing to pass on his knowledge to aspiring triathletes.
Anthony himself has competed in triathlons of all formats and distances. Having competed in the local Melbourne Triathlon Series as well as in France for French club CESSON-SEVIGNE.
In addition to this Anthony has a degree in Exercise Science/Human Movement and a Degree in Psychology which brings something different to the way he looks at coaching.
Anthony has a long list of personal achievements including:
2014/2015 Gatorade Triathlon Series - 30 – 34: 2nd in Series
2013 Noosa Triathlon – 1500/40/10 - Open Male: 2nd
2014 Canberra National Series Race - 1500/40/10 25 - 29: 2nd
World Triathlon Championships New Zealand - 1500/40/10 - 25 – 29: 9th 2011/12
2012 Horsham Triathlon - 750/20/5 - Elite: 1st
Racing for French club Cesson-Sevigne
2011 Plouay Sprint Distance Triathlon - 1st Overall
2011 Rennes Sprint Distance Triathlon - 2nd Overall
Anthony's shares Adam's philosophy on triathlon training and like Adam, Anthony loves seeing his coached athletes achieve their triathlon goals.
Grant's experience of competing in triathlons for over 28 years and 22 years of coaching makes him a valuable triathlon coach within Beckworth Racing.
With a passion for anatomy and the physiology of exercise, Grant is an accomplished age group Marathon and Cross Country runner, 6x Ironman Triathlete and 3 time World Championship representative.
In addition to this Grant is accredited Level 2-Advanced Athletics Australia running coach, former Athletics Australia course facilitator, certified Triathlon Australia and Training Peaks coach and holds a B.App.Sci. (Human Movement) and Post Grad.Dip. (Exercise Science).
Grant is passionate about applying his broad knowledge to the education and physical development of athletes. He prides himself on his tailored and thoughtful approach to program design plus interactions with the athlete.
Peri brings over 15 years experience in triathlons, off road triathlon and adventure racing to Beckworth Racing. Along with her coaching Peri is part owner of the Afterglow Trail Run in Torquay and co race director of the Ballarat Gold Rush Trail Run, Surfcoast Trail Run Marathon and Warburton Trail Run Festival.
Peri has a long list of personal achievements including:
National Elite Multisport Champion
Third place Elite in 2014 IRONMAN 70.3 Saipan
Silver medallist ITU Age Group World Championship, Gold Coast 2018 (sprint draft legal)
1st place elite category results at the Lorne Adventure Festival, Women’s Adventure Junkies Race, Elite Mainpeak Multisport Championships, Elite Marysville to Melbourne Multisport Championships, You Yangs 3hr MTB Night Endure, 42km Simpson Desert Charity Marathon & Run Forrest Trail Half Marathon
Top 5 elite category results in national and international off road triathlon races
Third place in age group at IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong, IRONMAN 70.3 Gold Coast & IRONMAN 70.3 Shepparton
Represented Australia at 2009 & 2018 ITU Age Group World Champs Gold Coast
Peri's passion for racing has flowed over into her coaching. She prides herself in taking a caring approach with her athletes along with making the program she sets specific to their goals and events they are aiming for.
Jesse Fisher heads up our Triathlon Beginners program.
Jesse's experience as practicing primary school teacher for 6 years is added experience in conducting programs and motivating groups of people.
After football Jesse turned to triathlon for a new challenge. At first he was a “fish” out of water, but was determined to improve and set himself some big goals.
Fast forward a few years and he now has completed 3 x IRONMAN 70.3 races, 2XU series each year and the 2018 ITU Sprint Distance World Championships.
Jesse is a natural athlete with a strong work ethic, passion for the sport and the ability to connect and motivate the people around him.
With 20 years experience competing in Triathlons. After watching his first Noosa Tri he was hooked, he has been back 13 times to compete himself, along the way ticking of many other races over several distances.
It’s passion that drives his love of triathlon, and as a coach he hopes to pass along that same passion to all of his athletes. Irrespective of whether your goal is to podium or you're training for a bit of fun, he will always aim to bring the best out of each person. The best times, the best technique, but most importantly the best fun.