– 2015 IM 70.3 Staffs 2nd in AG
– 2015 World 70.3 championship qualification
– 2017 Outlaw Half Nottingham 6th Overall (1st in AG)
-2017 Challenge Roth 8th in AG
Beth is a BTF level 2 qualified coach and holds a Sports Science degree. A keen sportswoman her whole life she discovered triathlon in her 30’s and this was her first foray into endurance sport.
She moved through the distances achieving GB Age Group qualifications at both Sprint and Olympic distance, secured her spot for the 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in Zell am See and toed the line in her first Long Distance race at Challenge Roth in 2017. Starting as a complete novice to all 3 disciplines Beth understands exactly what it’s like to start in the sport and the demands it can place on an individual as well as trying to balance managing a busy full-time job and family commitments. Beth is a very enthusiastic and approachable coach keen to help support her athletes to achieve their individual goals.
“I represent Total Tri Training in the South East having relocated recently from Chester in 2017. Outside of triathlon I will mostly be found, skiing, cooking and eating!
From a sporting background throughout my life, taking up triathlon was a natural progression to take my passion to performance. Since racing triathlon I have developed considerably as an athlete in all 3 disciplines and have helped many other athletes achieve their goals. My favourite distance to race is middle distance (70.3) as fits best with my personal strengths – racing hard and fast over a considerable amount of time, endurance racing is definitely my forte. My first ever triathlon was Dorney Lake sprint in 2009 and my favourite race to date was the IM 70.3 Pays d’Aix. It was such a fair course, a beautiful lake swim, a hilly bike leg and a warm run around the town. Although for atmosphere I have not found anything to beat Challenge Roth! Bring on 2019 when I make a return to racing having taken a year off!