Brandon Marsh

Sport
Cycling
Running
Swimming
Triathlon
Languages
English
Years Active
10 years
$
150
/ Person / Month
Type:
Personal
Anonymous
Biography

After my 2014 season of racing I retired from 'serious' racing. I have transitioned my efforts into coaching triathletes. I will continue to stay active and try to inspire adults and kids alike to chase their athletic goals. Amy was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in December 2014. My primary focus will be her treatment and recovery. Please continue to check our site for coaching updates as well as updates on Amy's progress.

My last few seasons were my most successful. Under the coaching of Paulo Sousa I transitioned from an athlete who floated around 10th place to a professional triathlete who was regularly in the top-5. Though I never won a high profile event, I had several close 2nd place finishes. I won the swim at the Ironman World championships in 2013 and went on to finish 22nd in the pro field. In 2014 I placed 2nd at Ironman Wisconsin with a time that was under the previous course record...obviously 1st place also broke and subsequently holds the course record. Beginning with Ironman Cozumel in November 2011, I won the swim in every Ironman distance race that I entered.

My first triathlon was in 1988, and since then triathlons have been my passion. I have raced every distance from Ironkids to Ironman. While in high school, in addition to running and swimming, I represented the U.S. at the 1992 Triathlon World Championships in Muskoka, Canada. Shortly after transitioning from being a high school swimmer and cross country runner, I turned to triathlons and won my first of many Texas State Triathlon championship in 1993. As an age grouper, I represented the USA at 3 ITU Triathlon World Championship events and qualified for more. After finishing 2nd overall at the USA Triathlon National Amateur Championships in 2003, I began racing as a professional and have competed on 6 of the continents…and am waiting on the Antarctica triathlon!!
 
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What to expect when you work with me
Bike Fits

We love riding bikes and believe that you should love riding your bike as well!

The bike portion of the triathlon is the most time consuming in training and during the race. For this reason, it's important to have a fit that puts you in a fast and comfortable position. Not everyone fits the bike the same nor do they ride the same.

Our bike fit services are based on years of experience in the triathlon and multisport world. We take time to listen to you and your wants and needs for your fit. We'll evaluate and adjust your position.

Initially, we will offer bike fits at Austin Tri-Cyclist, located just south of 'Town Lake' in Austin. Please email with questions about the process, payment, or scheduling.

Initially we are charging $100 for a fit and $50 for any necessary follow-up. You can prepay your fit below before or after scheduling.
 
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Per
Type
Duration
Price
PersonPersonalMonth
$
150
Fees
Fee
Price
Bike Fits
$
100
Any Follow Up Bike Fit
$
50
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Cancellation Policy
Standard
  • Cancellations made 2 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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