Coach Details

Kyle Johnson
Project KJ
Issaquah, WA
  • Triathlete services including swim training and development
  • Masters swimming
  • Age group swim training
  • Athlete injury re-establishment

Triathlete services include stroke technique, starts, race readiness, mental preparation, warm-up and cool-down procedures, and other race strategies specific to triathlons.

Coach Kyle Johnson has over 20 years of national level coaching success.  His commitment to the sport of swimming, talent and leadership ability landed him a full scholarship to Texas Christian University, where he served as team captain. Coach Kyle has defined a style of coaching and has created a technical training curriculum that has driven the development of Olympic Trial Qualifiers, NCAA Championship Qualifiers, USA Senior National Finalists, Junior National Finalists, professional triathletes, and Iron-man qualifiers.  He collaborates with world-renowned physiologists, physical therapists, human development and programming experts to guide swimmers of all ages to experience healthy, reliable, and process-driven success.  Coach Kyle also serves as a technical consultant for the United States Triathlon (USAT) collegiate recruitment program.

Coach Kyles career highlights include:

Olympic Trial Athletes
NCAA Qualifiers
Professional Triathletes
Senior National Top Finalists
Junior National Top Finalists
NCSA Awards of Excellence for 2002-Present
Developed Multiple High School All-Americans
Guided Athletes to over $300,000 in Scholarships

Coach Kyles swimming highlights include:

 Washington State High School Championship Finalist
 USA-S Junior National Qualifier
 USA-S National Qualifier
 NCAA Southwestern Conference Finalist
 Texas Christian University (T.C.U.) Four Year Letterman
 3 Time Texas Christian University (T.C.U.) Varsity Team Captain


  • American Swimming Coaches Association
  • Greater Seattle Swimming Association: President 1994 1996, 1999 2001, 2006 2008, 2011
  • Pacific Northwest Swimming Association: Board of Directors 2006-2008
  • United States Swimming