Coach Irene Coletto
Irene has been a multisport competitor for over 5 years, starting with running and duathlon before moving to Triathlon. She is a 70.3 World Championship qualifier and recently dedicated herself to a full time coaching career, completing the Trisutto Coaching Certification Course and working as co-coach at 3 camps.
Irene is based out of Padua, Italy and speaks Italian and English.
Training Squad: Irene Coletto Coaching
Please contact Irene directly for coaching enquiries.
Irene has been a sports enthusiast her whole life, competing in swimming, basketball and athletics as a child before later moving into multi-sport disciplines of running (including completing 8 marathons), duathlons and then triathlon. Competing in sports has always been an important part of her lifestyle along with a strong interest in learning varying sports methodologies. As a triathlete Irene has worked closely with her coach Edith Niederfriniger for 4 years. Inspired by Coach Edith, in 2016 Irene decided to leave her job working in the office of environmental consulting, to embark on a full time coaching career. She has enrolled and successfully completed the Trisutto Coaching Certification and also holds a coaching qualification from the Italian Triathlon Federation (FITRI) and Nutrition and Sport Integration (AICS – Italian Association for Culture and Sport). At the beginning my interest to grow as an athlete was great, however I soon became interested in the coaching side of sport also and I began to follow this path. I adapt the Trisutto principles for my athletes, which extend across athletes of all abilities. I believe no goal is too ambitious and I will support my athletes to achieve their goals. Based out of Padua in Italy Irene can also be found in both Tuscany and Playitas (Spain) where she is running a series of Trisutto Coaching Camps. Irene looks forward to working with new athletes and helping them achieve their goals.
Why do you work with Trisutto?
Each athlete should define for themselves what success means; for many that means simply finishing the race well, while for others it’ s all about improving constantly their performance an achieve great results.
Hi Irene, I'll come back again in March:ppp
over 2 years ago