B.S. Physical Education, Drake University, 1980.
Coaching experience: Two high school cross country and track teams, several years as a USS Age Group Coach/Head Coach, several years of Head Coaching summer league swimmers, Head Coach currently with King George High School Swim Team since 2007, and Head Coach for Fredericksburg Triathlon Club.
Focus: Beginner to Ironman Athlete
Rob Falk has been a multi-sport athlete for over 16 years. He is a certified USAT Level 1 Coach, Road Runner Clubs of America certified running coach. He also teaches indoor cycling, boot camp and TRX training. Rob has successfully coached middle of the pack athletes to podium finishes. As general counsel for a national non-profit, he understands the challenges of balancing work, training and home. He works with his client to tailor training to their scheduling limitations.
Sierra Huber has been coaching in the educational field for over 10 years. She is a certified USAT Level 1 and ASCA Level 1 coach, and continues to train extensively as both a coach and an athlete.
Sierra has worked with Age Group to Elite triathletes, in addition to beginner athletes and military personnel looking to pass rigorous tests. Her personal experience and proficiency as a dedicated swimmer has allowed her to help other athletes conquer one of the most dreaded parts of military and triathlon training. She has coached all skill levels of athletes and all race distances. When working with athletes, Sierra excels at analyzing their form for running and swimming and knows how to pull out the best in them.
By appointment, you can contact Sierra for private swim instructions and underwater swim analysis at CoachSierra14@gmail.com
Focus: Beginner to Ironman Athlete
From the inspiration and motivation that has been given to her by other coaches and teammates of the UCANDOIT triathlon team, her goal is to share what she has learned and teach that triathlon is not just about finishing the race. It’s about what you learn along the way!
A motto that keeps her moving: “Nothing Good is Easy”
Tim Young has been a running for over 18 years. He has competed in distances from the mile to the marathon.
In those 18 years he has acquired the knowledge of how to achieve your goals and attain a personal best in any distances from the mile to the marathon. He has gathered this knowledge from his years as a high school, collegiate and professional runner. Tim also has a B.S. Kinesiology from James Madison University.
He knows how to get you to the starting line healthy and fit and ready to perform your best!
Tim is a two-time Olympic Trials marathon qualifier where he placed 11th at the 2016 Olympic Trials. He has competed in many major city marathons, including Richmond and Chicago. In 2015 he was selected as one of two American marathoners to represent the United States at the Pan American Games in Toronto, where he placed 6th overall.
He looks forward to working with runners of all abilities and to help them meet their personal goals in this sport.
Jemila has been involved with sports and swimming before she could even walk. She was a four year varsity soccer goalkeeper in college and decided after she graduated that she wanted to give triathlons a go. When she crossed the line of her first Olympic triathlon she knew that she wanted more! Since 2009 Jemila has completed three Ironman’s, five Half Ironman’s, and well over 10 Olympic and Sprint distances. She has also completed over four half marathons and one full marathon (outside of the Ironman’s). Jemila believes that we all have the ability to be the best version of ourselves each and everyday.
As a special education teacher she constantly sees children who need extra help and reinforcement. She uses her athletic abilities to motivate, encourage and boost their confidence each and everyday. Over the past year Jemila has faced a serious of medical obstacles that have side-lined her from racing. Through positive energy, challenging herself to stay active with other endeavors and sending out positive vibes to the universe Jemila she is planning to be back in race mode come June 2017.
While her background is in swimming and specializes in direct swim instruction and guidance, she has molded herself into a multi-sport athlete and coach. She was certified in 2013 to be a USAT Level I coach. She works well with her athletes and ensures that they have goals in mind, their training schedule fits their life schedule and they communicate when they are confused or need that little extra encouragement.
“How you run the race-your planning, preparation, practice, and performance-counts for everything. Winning or losing is a by-product, and aftereffect, of that effort.”