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Andri de Wit
Level 2 Coach
Having done Athletics, Swimming, Biathlon & Cross country at a County level as a teenager, I did my first triathlon, a sprint for charity in 2005. Since then I've competed across all distances including an Ironman & competing as part of the Deutsche Bank team in the London to Paris Enduro relay triathlon, which included swimming the channel.
In 2008 I developed a shoulder injury which prevented swimming & therefore competing in triathlons. During that time I started running marathons with the penultimate being the Comrades marathon (89km). Following shoulder surgery I was able to swim again & started racing for the Great Britain Age group team in 2011 at the Beijing, China World Championships. I have competed in the Olympic distance at both the European & the World Championships since.
Having been a helper at open water swimming for many years, I was delighted to become part of the coaching team when MedwayTri was established to help others enjoy triathlon & achieve their goals. I am currently completing my Level 2 coaching qualification.
My Triathlon Experience of a Lifetime
It’s been 2 weeks now since I competed in one of the biggest races of my life, it was a lot to ta...
From Novice to Triathlete
Chris describes his journey from novice to competing in his first Triathlon! An inspiration for o...
Paul (ALL) Munday Becomes an Ironman for the last time........
Balancing his work and family around training, not to mention the expense, not just for the over ...