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Meet our team

Qualifications and specialties

TA Accredited Development Coach

Athletics Australia Level 2 Running Coach

Ironman University Accredited Coach

Triathlon Coaching,

Run, Swim & Bike Individual Coaching

Triathlon Programs

Qualified for World 70.3 2020 in China running a 1:32 1/2 marathon off the bike.

Personally Qualified for World 70.3 Championships in NZ

also qualified for Standard distance world championships in Canada

Again coached individuals to 70.3 world champs sub 4:30

2019 3 X Sub 5 hour 70.3 

Qualified for ITU Standard World Champs 2020

Qualified for 70.3 World Champs 2020

2nd in Australia Aquathon Championships

  • Coached  men and women into successfully qualifying for the 70.3 World Championships 2017/18 - Sub 5 and 4:30 time base

  • Qualified for 70.3 AG World Championships in 2019 sub 5 hours running 1:38 half.

  • Winner of the best Queensland Coach award 2016/17 TA

  • Winners of QLD Club Championships 2019

  • 2nd Club Team in NQ Championships 2017/18

  • Coached 2 X Beginners to sub 5:30 / 70.3 - 2017

  • Coached 9 X First time IM to completion in 2016/17

  • Club Awards - Winner of the best Queensland club award 2015/16 

  • Overall Runner up in North Queensland Championships 2014

  • Team winner at Yeppoon 70.3 with Anthony Marano (Bike Leg) and Jayne Moyle (Swim Leg), Me (Run Leg)

Graham Pemberton

Born in: York, England

Main Skills / Strengths: Helping people be the best version of themselves through sport.

Something interesting you have done: I used to be a Tandem Parachute instructor and have completed over 3000 skydives, I hold a Private Pilots Licence and RAAUS Fixed and Flex Wing Licence.  Was ranked No6 in the UK at Pentathlon back in the late 80s.

On the sporting side I was the No3 in epee (fencing) in the UK many moons ago and was selected to represent the Army at commonwealth level in the pentathlon.

Achievement:  As well as completing many Ironman and 70.3 races it was crossing the line in Cairns 70.3 with my wife Pam after her injury comeback that meant the most to me.

About Me: I love taking part in sport and love supporting people I know,


I have many skills that I use to motivate and keep people positive, I like the train SMART, not HARD approach.  


My coaching philosophy is that the athlete and coach need to work together as a team, its a 50 - 50 partnership.

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