Coach Jo Spindler 

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Bad Tolz, Germany

Jo is a former Ironman winning athlete and multiple professional Ironman winning coach. One of Germany’s most accomplished long distance triathlon trainers, he was the previous Head Coach at TeamTBB before taking on the position of Trisutto Head European Coach.


Jo bases his professional & age group squads between Spain and Switzerland. He speaks English and German.


Training Squad: Jo Spindler Performance Coaching

Please contact Jo directly for coaching enquiries.

Why do you work with Trisutto?

I’ve been working with coach methodologies since 2007. First as an athlete as part of TeamTBB, then as a coach before finally succeeding him as Head Coach. In my career I’ve won over 5 iron distance events and a host of European and national titles. Since becoming a full-time coach my squad have gone from strength to strength – last season coaching 3 different Iron distance professional champions! Using coaching philosophies I focus not just on the science of performance coaching, but also an empathy for the art of coaching the individual. Understanding the psychological and social circumstance of my athletes has been crucial in ensuring their success and development


It was an excellent training period with Jo, with great improvements of myself!

Fabio Schuler
8 months ago

Jo has helped me develop into a consistent, motivated long distance athlete.  Under his coaching I achieved 2 x 70.3 podiums, a World Champs Qualification and good results in my first 2 Full IM races.  Last 2 years I have ranked top 1% globally under the AWA program.  The method and philosophy Jo uses were perfectly suited to my training and racing.  A great coach!!

Andrew Kilshaw
over 1 year ago

Jo has been extremely supportive over the last year, and has kept me motivated after coming back from a disappointing and demotivating injury after the world champs in 2017. Pleased to say that his training has helped me qualify yet again for the world champs in 2018. Thank you Jo, stellar coaching!

Rana Al Alawi
over 2 years ago