Tri-Alliance Coaches

We have a great team of professional, passionate and dedicated coaches, willing to work with you to help you achieve your goals.  They have extensive athlete and coaching experience and are ready to impart their knowledge and experience with you. Coaching is all about encouraging others to share in the experience, thrill, excitement and sense of achievement that comes with competing in a triathlon.  Our squad has a diverse range of athletes; from beginners to advanced athletes, juniors through to the more experienced who have competed for 10+ years, and those who have represented Australia and competed in the ultimate one day competition in the world – Hawaii Ironman World Championships at Kona. Tri-Alliance has a fun, social and welcoming atmosphere, where new athletes are embraced and welcomed by both our coaches and existing athletes. Our coaching and training philosophy is proven, with numerous athletes over the years competing at the highest levels. We aim to draw the best out of you as an athlete, challenging you both physically and mentally, helping you reach your health, fitness and triathlon goals in a supportive team environment. So whether your goal is to get fit, maintain a healthy lifestyle or reach your triathlon goals, we can help you get there. We look forward to sharing the experience with you and being part of your success.

Meet Our Team

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    Ollie Allan

    Head Coach & Level 2 Triathlon Coach

    Not only has Ollie Allan been involved in triathlon for almost two decades, he also has extensive qualifications, including Level 2 Triathlon Coach, Level 1 Cycling, Swimming, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Bachelor of Arts Recreation Management and more.  Ollie’s efforts in his own training and racing have resulted in a number of outstanding performances; none better than Ironman Melbourne 2012 when he finished in 8:54.22 and fourth age grouper overall. Ollie’s desire and passion for the sport and Tri-Alliance cannot go unnoticed as his enthusiasm and commitment draws others to the sport and helps them achieve their goals sooner. Read more about coach Ollie

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    Greg Nugent

    Level 1 Development Triathlon Coach

    Greg Nugent is an experienced coach and seasoned athlete and has travelled around the world as a 3 x Australian Representative at the World Age Group Championships. He has also competed at Sprint, Olympic, Half and full Ironman (12x) Level.  Greg has a wealth of knowledge and experience and the drive to push you further in your training and development as an athlete.  Greg has also coached across several sports including Australian Rules Football, Basketball, Netball, Cricket and Triathlon.  Greg is passionate about Triathlon and coaching, he has a straight down the line approach and works with his athletes to ensure that they reach their goals. His thirst and hunger to excel will have you reaching your peak performance. Read more on Coach Greg (AKA The General)

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    Daniel Weekes

    Level 1 Development Triathlon Coach

    Dan (Weekesy) comes from a swimming and cycling background, having started club swimming at the age of 11. He went on to compete at home town, university and county level in both swimming and water polo in England. He has also ridden bikes his whole life: BMX, mountain bikes, road and time trial. His focus turned to triathlon in 2008 and he raced for 8 years, notably with five appearances in Age Group World Championships at Olympic Distance and 70.3. As a swimmer with zero running experience before moving to Australia at 33, Dan knows first-hand what it takes to turn an athlete into a runner and prides himself on the small additions to a program that can bring comfort and efficiency to a run gait.

    Weekesy has been coaching since 2016 and focuses strongly on training with heart rate and power zones for ride and run. These bespoke zones are established for each and every athlete, which means training sessions drill right down to where each person should be spending their time. In addition to this pointed approach, Dan provides extra curricular strength and conditioning workouts outside of swim, bike and run which add depth to the athlete’s development and provides a symbiotic approach.

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    Michelle Bond

     Level 1 Development Triathlon Coach & Athlete Support

    Michelle, the TA First Lady, started her triathlon journey through our very own Try The Tri program. As an athlete, she was consistent, diligent & measured in her commitment to following the program as she progressed through Sprint and Olympic distance events, picking up an array of medals and accolades along the way. This was quickly followed by half and full Ironman events all of which culminated in her achieving her ultimate goal – a silver medal at the Asia Pacific Ironman Championships in 2017, and qualifying her place at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii that same year.  A teacher in her spare time, Michelle brings a font of knowledge and experience to her coaching, adapting her style to individual athletes, ensuring she always gets the best out of each and every one. Passionate about the mental strength it takes to do any distance of triathlon, Michelle mentors, motivates and supports athletes to have a growth mindset and employ positive psychology to the sport of triathlon.

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    Gary Rosengarten

     Level 1 Development Triathlon Coach

    In the sport of triathlon, Gary (Gaz) has completed and placed in age group category at Sprint, Olympic, 70.3 and Ironman distances. Gary is a 7-time Ironman finisher, having qualified for, and completed the Ironman World Championships at Kona Hawaii in 2018.
    In the sport of cycling Gary raced as an A grade masters cyclist for several years, and is a former age group Victorian Criterium Champion. He also placed at the National Veterans Road Championships. Gary has won and placed at numerous Club, Regional and Metropolitan Championships in Criteriums, Road Races and Time Trials.
    Gary has also participated in Marathons, Half Marathons, and countless other organised running events. He also has competed and placed highly in some open water swimming events. Gary draws extensive experience from all the sports of triathlon over a period of many years. He also knows what it’s like to compete as an athlete from beginner through to Championship level, giving him insight in to the various needs of athletes at different levels.

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    Scott D'Aucourt

    Level 1 Triathlon Coach

    Scott is a key member of our coaching team, working closely with our beginner athletes as well as developing our existing short course team.  With an active outdoors nature and background in competitive swimming in his early years, Scott is always on the move. After thoroughly enjoying being a Scuba Diving Instructor and introducing students to different challenges, he was bitten by the triathlon bug in 2012 and hasn’t looked back since.  With his strong coaching background, enthusiasm, drive, relaxed approach and willingness to learn Scott is not only a fine triathlon coach but also a high-performance athlete in his own right. For more information on Coach Scott.

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    Dan Brueckner

    Level 1 Triathlon Coach

    Dan’s background is in high-level swimming.  A sport in which he successfully competed for many years, followed by playing competitive water-polo for over a decade. In 2006, Dan decided to fulfil one of his long-standing goals – to run a marathon, which was soon followed by further half and full marathon distance races and eventually led Dan into the sport of triathlon.  After completing 2 full-distance Ironman races in 2011 and 2012, Dan became a Level 1 Triathlon Coach and predominantly focuses on helping athletes improve their swimming abilities, both in the pool and open water. For more information on Coach Dan

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    Paddy Fitzgerald

    Level 1 Triathlon Coach

    Paddy joined our beginner coaching team in 2012, after showing a passion for helping those new in the sport to really enjoy what triathlon is all about.  He has competed at all levels, both locally, regionally and internationally, most recently representing Australia in the Age Group Olympic Distance World Championships.  Paddy knows what it feels like to compete as an Age Grouper in all distances, so has a diverse array of experience to share with our squad.   He continues to work closely with our Try-the-Tri program and beginner athletes, helping them develop the skills and knowledge to make improvements in their technique, times and goals, all while having a sense of fun and building confidence.

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