Brad Williams

Triathlon Coach

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Brad raced triathlon professionally from 2015 - 2021. Brad served in the U.S. Air Force for 10 years from 2004 through 2014, working as an aircraft maintenance technician, with much of his time spent overseas in South Korea, Turkey, and Afghanistan during his military career. Alongside work commitments, he managed to grow in the sport, culminating with his selection as the 2012 Air Force Athlete of the Year.

 

In 2011, Brad turned his focus to long course triathlon and set out to qualify for the IRONMAN World Championships. Under the guidance of coach Scott DeFilippis, Brad qualified at his first attempt to qualify at IRONMAN Korea. Fast forward 3 years, and Brad was back to Kona for the fourth time in 2014.  Brad raced primarily as an Age Group athlete in 2014. After a tough day at the 2014 IRONMAN World Championships, he bounced back to make his pro debut at the Ocean Lava Triathlon / Spanish Long Course National Championships and finish as the 8th Professional. Over his 7 years as a professional he had 37 race starts with 22 Top 10's, 6 Top 5's and a 70.3 Win.

Brad now spends his time coaching athletes from beginners to IM World Championship qualifiers with a focus of keeping a balanced and healthy lifestyle in the sport of triathlon. Alongside his coaching work he works for Precision Fuel & Hydration and is a father to three young children.

Accomplishments

Coaching 

Athletic 

  • Has qualified multiple athletes to 70.3 World Championships & the IM World Championship

  • Coaches athletes ranging from first time triathletes all the way to elite age group athletes

  • Multiple Boston Marathon Qualifiers

  • Professional Triathlete

  • 70.3 Champion

  • 2015 USAT Elite Rookie of the Year

  • 2013 IRONMAN World Championship Military Male Champion

  • 2012 / 2013 IRONMAN World Championship Military Team Champions

  • 2013 USAT Military Sport Award Recipient

  • 2012 Air Force Male Athlete of the Year

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