Cliff is a 6 time USAT All american triathlete whom has competed all across the USA, and internationally, gaining broad experience ranging from Olympic distance events to the Ironman (with a personal record time of 9hr 7min.) He has raced in the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, and will return to the race for the 2010 seaon after qualifying this year at Ironman Arizona. Cliff has also raced the 70.3 World Championships in Clearwater, Florida three times (2006, 2008, 2010). Cliff is a USAT Level (I) coach, and has worked on active hydration strategies with the scientists of the Gatorade Institute. He studied the F.I.S.T bike fitting method from Dan Empfield publisher of Slowtwitch.com.
Always striving for ways to enhance his personal fitness and shorten race times, Cliff has a philosophy of continuous improvement. He is in it for the long run and his approach to coaching is simple; give the best coaching experience possible by understanding the aspirations of each individual, arming students with knowledge, and then motivating them to stretch to their full potential.
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Cliff also races as an elite type 1 diabetic athlete. His Ironman Florida (9:07) race time is the second fastest ever as a diabetic. He also holds the record at the Half Ironman World Championships in Clearwater Florida at (4:16min).
Cliff has also been the coach of the Team Type 1 triathlon team, racing for them in the 2009 season.
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