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our team

Committee

Club Chair

Nick Davidson

Nick has been involved with sport all his life and comes from a table tennis background, both as a player and coach.  A current level 3 UKCC qualified Table Tennis England licensed coach, he is currently the Head Coach for the Table Tennis Academy at SGS College, along side a sports development role whilst also a tutor and assessor for Table Tennis England.

His eldest son has recently taken an interest in triathlon whilst his other son is on the England pathway with table tennis.

Having been the chair of several successful clubs and programmes, he has developed various sports from a grass roots background and is able to see a number of professional clubs operate through his work.  Nick has now taken up the challenge to help Tri Glos. Youth develop to become a thriving, enjoyable and successful club.

Club Secretary

Matt johnson

I’ve completed a few triathlons and marathons in my time, and I can usually be found at Cheltenham Parkrun on a Saturday morning. My involvement with Triathlon is now focused primarily on supporting youth development in the sport. I am passionate about helping to get kids active and having fun with sport, no matter their background, experience or skills. 

I am the primary contact for membership inquiries and session bookings, so if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Club Treasurer

Eva Graefen

Club Safeguarding Officer

Steph Gill

I have been involved with coaching and youth development in sports at a high level for over 25 years, mainly in archery (competing, coaching, and committee).

I’m a Commonwealth Team Silver Medalist and World Cup Team Bronze medalist. Junior Head Coach at Deer Park Archers, and have worked with archers from beginner level to World Champion. I am also a Coach on the Great Britain youth development squad. In 2011 I was named Sports Coach UK Young Coach of the Year, and a finalist in the UK coaching awards 2022 for Talent Development Coach of the Year.

Twice winner of the Gloucestershire Media Sports Coach of the Year Award.

coaching team

Head Coach - Level 2 Triathlon Coach

Tim Heaysman

Tim is a level 2 BTF triathlon coach with over 25 years of experience in the sport, and 15 years of coaching experience for both adults and children. Tim has completed 3 Ironman triathlons – with a best time of 10:30! Tim has represented GB in the Age Group Championships and is ranked 22 in the world and 8th in GB.

Check out Tim’s BTF results

Level 2 Swim Coach

Zoe Westoby

I was a competitive swimmer for many years, swimming at club, county, nationals and then masters, and also competed as an adult at running and aquathlons, winning or gaining top 5 placing in several aquathlons, trail runs and half marathons so I know what it feels like to push yourself! But what I really love is teaching and coaching! I love encouraging and helping young people and watching them grow in ability and self-belief (day job: secondary science teacher!). I have been teaching and coaching swimming for 35 years, from beginners to county and regional swimmers, and now co-run a swim school with my sister as well as coaching at TTGYT. Before I returned to Gloucester I was head coach at Mid-Ulster Swimming Club (who moved up 3 divisions in 3 years!) then junior squad head coach at Dawlish SC. Our sessions are productive but just as importantly FUN with a real team atmosphere.

level 2 Triathlon Coach

Charlie barnard

I got into triathlon around 10 years ago, placing top 5 female at some local sprint and Olympic distance races. Completing long distance charity bike rides including London to Paris and London to Berlin then increased my love of cycling and led me to ride and race with local club Velo Vitesse. Missing swimming, a couple of years ago I joined TTG to train towards a half Ironman. With a baby due in April, I switched my focus from my own training to building experience in triathlon coaching.

Coaching with both the adult and youth clubs has been fantastic experience towards my BTF level 1 & 2 qualifications. It’s brilliant to watch young triathletes build a love of sport and develop skills to keep for life.