Meet the coaches
Michelle – founder of Team Dillon – is a former World and European champion and two-time Olympian. After her successful career was cut short by back injury in 2008, Michelle turned her attention to helping others achieve their goals.
Winner of the 220 Triathlon Coach of the Year Award 2010, Michelle works with all levels of athlete from beginners to high profile elite athletes including Will Clarke, Stuart Hayes, …
Two-time Olympian, Michelle Dillon, has been passing her knowledge onto Perry for a number of years now. Perry is not only an athlete himself but also a very successful TDC coach.
Perry has been with the coaching team for the past 4 years working closely with Michelle to perfect his coaching skills and pass this knowledge onto his own athletes under the TDC banner. …
Cath is a 7 times age group world championship qualifier across Sprint, Olympic and Half Ironman triathlons, qualifying at first attempt for all distances. Her best result was finishing top 10 at the Worlds in 2009 in the Olympic Distance.
Cath combined her love for the sport with working full time as a senior management consultant, so fully appreciates the challenges of combining …
Annie Emmerson brings added value to Team Dillon with her knowledge as a coach and mentor. We are proud to welcome Annie who has been one of our finest British triathletes over the years and is now sharing her experience and knowledge with others.
She currently works with Matt Dawson – former England rugby international – and successfully coached James …
Jill is a World age-group champion and a lawyer in the City, so she knows all about fitting training around a hectic professional and personal lifestyle.
Jill has been at the top of the age-group triathlon field for the past few years and knows what it takes to get to the top and how to get there while juggling a life, family and career: namely drive, determination, focus, dedication …
Craig is one of our expert coaches at Team Dillon and is doing a fantastic job, achieving some amazing results with all of his athletes.
1st place Weymouth Middle Distance Triathlon in 2008
1st place Little Woody Middle Triathlon 2008
Bronze Medal at the National Middle Distance Triathlon …
Hollie started Triathlon in 2005. In 2007, she won the European and World Junior titles. She was also shortlisted for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year and Sunday Times Young Sports Women of the Year.
In 2008, Hollie finished 3rd, 2nd and 4th in her debut World Cups. This ranked her World Number 1 at just 18 years of age, the youngest ever athlete to podium …
Clayton is a former professional Triathlete whose career was cut short after an accident with a van while out on a training ride. He is now an events manager in London and knows all about juggling a busy schedule with training, family and a social life.
Clayton still competes regularly as a runner and cycles to help with his running fitness. He has now joined Team Dillon as a coach and is excited to give back his knowledge …