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Romero Performance team of coaches are driven by a passion for personal performance and striving to get the very best out of yourself.  We have all been athletes from a young age and continue to compete into our more senior years!  We have suffered setbacks, crashed out of races, lost races, won races, adapted our training around different life events, adapted ourselves to achieve highly in multiple different sports but above all, learnt a lot.

Our aim is to provide the highest quality training plans at affordable prices that enable you to excel too.



Rebecca is a very unique athlete. Already an Olympic silver medallist and World Champion in the sport of rowing, Rebecca took up cycling with the aim of achieving the same elite standard. In a rapid rise through the ranks in track cycling she shattered British records and became double World Champion and Olympic Champion all within two and a half years in the sport. This made her the first British women and only the second woman in history to medal in two different summer Olympic sports.  After retiring from cycling Rebecca decided to take on the challenge of a triathlon Ironman event with just 7 months of training.  She honours the Ironman event as being her most enjoyable sporting experience to date and also the one that really opened her eyes as to how adaptable and limitless the human body is.

Rebecca Romero Beijing Olympic Gold

Results / Awards:

  • Hawaii Ironman 2012 - Qualified at Ironman UK , 2012

  • Olympic Gold Medallist - 3000m Individual Pursuit, Beijing 2008

  • World Champion - 3000m Individual & Team Pursuit, Manchester 2008

  • World Champion - Quadruple Sculls, Gifu, Japan 2005

  • Olympic Silver Medallist - Quadruple Sculls, Athens 2004

  • British Triathlon Level 1 Coach



Nick Lloyd, has competed in various sports throughout his life. Starting as a swimmer, he swam at National Championships aged 13. Then played Water Polo. At University he started competing in Triathlon. By 2001 this led to qualifiying and racing at the ITU Triathlon World Championships in Edmondton, Canada, where he placed 9th in the 20-24 age group. Then he found the sport of rowing and after a few years was a member of the Great Britain Heavyweight Mens rowing squad. Unfortunately a injury ended his rowing career. After a couple of years of working Nick felt he missed Triathlon and entered Ironman Switzerland.  Over the following years he self coached himself to a 9hr 15 Ironman and qualifying for the Hawaii Ironman World Championships.

Results / Awards:

  • Hawaii Ironman Finisher - Qualified at Ironman Copenhagen 9hr15

  • Henley Royal Regatta Winner of Britannia Cup 

  • Bronze Medal British Indoor Rowing Championships 

  • 9th Place ITU Age Group World Championships, Edmondton, Canada 2001

  • Attended TrainingPeaks Coaching Course, Kona, Hawaii



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Clive comes from a background as an elite runner in his youth, as an athlete Clive describes himself as a 'Jack of all trades but master of none'. He has run 50.0sec for 400m, 1min 50secs for 800m, 3min 46secs for 1500m, 14mins 11secs for 5km, 30mins 41secs for 10km and 67min14secs for a half marathon. In addition he has won several County Cross-Country Championships as a junior and Senior athlete, he has a Welsh National 1500m track title and UK Universities podium to his name and more recently was 7th in age-group at the European Long-Distance Triathlon Championships. Clive has coached runners for over 20 years.

Results / Awards:

  • Welsh National 1500m Track Title

  • 67min 14sec Half Marathon

  • 7th in Age Group at European Long Course Triathlon Championships 

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