From Global Department Head in banking to a very well known sports coach in the golfing world as well as golfing media. Paul also has spent years in cricket coaching and administration in WA, from community to elite Youth levels. His mental coaching and business mentoring skills are now being aimed at assisting WA’s athletes across all sports to be able to get where they want to go.
Coach Stu has dedicated the last 20 years to coaching triathlon and is particularly passionate about Junior Development. He is one of the best junior coaches in Western Australia and has the results to back it up. His passion is to develop junior athletes in a way which reduces injury and creates longevity in the sport.
Stu is a qualified Level 2 Performance Triathlon Australia Coach.
Bonnie realised her passion for triathlon 4 years ago.
Since that time she has been particularly focused on Junior Development and the emotional & mental effects of high performance training on young athletes.
Her primary role is the mentoring & management of the athletes.
She is a qualified Level 1 Development Triathlon Australia Coach.
Matt has worked with Eclipse PC for nearly 2 years.
He is a two time World Duathlon Champion and his primary passion is running.
Matt is in his last year of UNI where he is studying Sports & Health Science and will soon join our team as a Rehab Specialist.
He brings his skill and dedication to coaching and works primarily within our school programs.
32 years in a chartered accountancy practice, principally dealing with compliance and governance, provides a wealth of back office experience to WASDA. Along with that is intimate knowledge of the good and the bad of a variety of sports including basketball (to national level), motorsports (to international level) and football (local level). That knowledge comes as both a volunteer official and an organiser on events as diverse as Rally Australia and local basketball competitions. There is nothing more important than understanding how many sports have a divorce between organisation and participation and how participant access and development at grass roots level needs to be improved. This is why WASDA is important to all.