MEET THE TEAM
Coach and Founder
With 20 years of experience in cycling James has seen it all..
Firstly as an athlete with multiple British and Scottish Championships across multi disciples on road and track cycling.
Top that off with 4 Commonwealth games Representations and a Commonwealth games Bronze medal in 2006.
Since retiring from international racing after Glasgow 2014 his pathway lead to Performance coaching and Director Sportive duties with One Procycling
Now he dedicates his passion and knowledge to help build better humans.
Morgan specialises in cycling and triathlon injury, prevention and bike fitting, working with athletes of all ages and abilities.
He was a consultant physiotherapist at UCI World Tour teams Trek Factory Racing and Matrix Pro Cycling.
Morgan is a soignuer to the Great Britain Cycling Team and One Pro Cycling and is a keen cyclist himself.Physiotherapy Services
Carole’s goal as a massage therapist is to work with you and have the opportunity to find how my work can best support you as a whole person – this could be relaxation, release of muscle tension or rehabilitation after injury and many more.
Each massage is tailored to your specific wants and needs, so all you need to do is tell her what you are looking for!
Triathlon Coach and athlete
Andrew has been racing triathlon for 4 years and has specialised in Olympic and middle distance racing. He has qualified for multiple age group World championships in 70.3 and short course racing.
He has been a high performance triathlon coach with Triathlon Scotland for the last 3 years. He has worked with all level of athletes within this set up and has an excellent understanding of what the demands of triathlon training are from beginner right to elite.
Andrew has a BSc (Hons) in Applied Marine Sports Science and is a level 3 qualified Triathlon coach.
Andrew will be racing for the M.E.T.A Triathlon team this season and will be focusing on middle distance racing. He will be using his knowledge from racing, combined with his coaching expertise to help build better humans.
Triathlon Coach, Athlete and Sports Scientist
Finlay has been racing triathlon for 9 years and has specialised in middle distance and Ironman distance racing. He has finished as high as 11th Overall at Ironman UK and qualified for Kona twice.
He has a BSc (Hons) in Applied Sports Science from Edinburgh University.
Finlay’s racing experience and sport science back ground puts him in the best position to understand all the needs of triathlon training.
He will be racing for the M.E.T.A Triathlon team this season and will be focusing on Ironman distance triathlon. He will be using his knowledge from racing, combined with his sports science knowledge to help build better humans.