1 - on - 1 Coaching

Christopher Neesham

Coaching & Performance Psychologist

Christopher is a coaching and performance psychologist with international experience in leadership, teams and high performance. In the sports sector he has worked with high performance coaches, including National and Olympic Coaches, and elite athletes in karate, fencing, swimming, aerial skiing, gymnastics, sailing, shooting, triathlon and rowing. Christopher has also facilitated the successful transition of athletes and coaches into the world beyond sport. He regularly crosses the threshold of sport into the corporate arena sharing his leadership and performance expertise with managers and executives. His interests outside work include open water swimming, skiing and flying.

Dustin Wilson

Olympic & High Performance Coach

Dustin lets his achievements speak for themselves. As part of the Winter Olympic Games Institute of Australia coaching team he coached the women’s aerial team to become the highest ranked aerial team in the world in 2003 – 2004. In 2005 he joined the Chinese Ski Association as head coach taking a second tier team to the elite level in two years, culminating in an historic performance at the Olympic Winter Games, Torino Italy, in 2006. In the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver Canada, again as the Chinese Head Coach, his team produced a Silver and Bronze medal in Women’s Aerials, and Bronze medal in the Men’s Aerials. In the World Cup Aerial tour 2009-2010 his team produced an astonishing seven World Cup Golds,23 World Cup Podiums, Women’s World Cup Overall Grand Prix Globe winner, Men’s 2nd and 3rd place World Cup Overall Aerial Grand Prix, Nations Cup and the Men’s Rookie of the Year.

Ben Morrison Jack

ELite Sailor & Coach

Ben understands teams and high performance, he has competed successfully in yachting’s premier events for more than 15 years. Ben has trained sailors, selected, built and led high performance crews. He has competed in eight Sydney to Hobart races, participated in three America’s Cup Campaigns sailing in Young Australia, Great Britain’s Challenge and Sweden’s Victory Challenge. He was a world match tour competitor for4 years. In addition to this he holds two Australian national titles and three world records, including the fastest sail powered yacht crossing of the Atlantic. He was the first person to cross Bass Strait on a kite board and today still holds the record for the fastest crossing

Murray Cluff

World Cup & Olympic Coach

Murray is a World Cup and Olympic Coach and former World Cup champion in freestyle skiing. He was a member of the Canadian national freestyle team for 12 years, winning no less than nine national titles. As an Olympic coach he coached Canadian Jen Heil to a gold medal at the Torino Olympics. Murray was also the senior coach for the Chinese mogul team and was instrumental in rebuilding the mogul program and preparing the team for the Olympics in Sochi. He is now a free lance mogul and freestyle skiing coach, working with elite athletes. Murray also brings his skills and knowledge in building high performance teams to our off site team building programs. And is involved in transitioning athletes into coaching roles. Murray holds a master’s degree in education and is on the Canadian Freestyle Skiing Board of Directors.

Peter Robertson

Olympian, high performance coach

Peter is the most successful Australian Olympic distance (1.5km Swim/40km bike/10km run) triathlete in history. He was also the first Australian athlete to qualify for the inaugural Olympic triathlon team for the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Peter has won more International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Championships than any other Australian male, winning 3 Golds and 2 Silver medals. He was ITU world champion in 2001 at Edmonton , 2003 in Queenstown and 2005 in Gamagori. He represented Australia in two Olympic: the Sydney and Athens Olympics and the Commonwealth Games in Manchester 2002 and Melbourne 2006, where he won Bronze for Australia. In the period 2000 until 2008 Peter qualified for every Australian team. Peter’s ‘hard and fast’ attitude towards racing made him the most dominant athlete on the international circuit in this period. This style of racing was respected and enjoyed by triathlon fans and supporters around the globe.

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