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and half iron plans. Brian races 5-7 Half Irons successfully every year based on his approach to training. He has self tested training on 2-5 week cycles with success and believes that each athlete has a cycle that best works for them. His awards include 7x USAT AG ALL AMERICAN in Triathlon since starting in 2007. Six Top 3  IRONMAN 70.3 AG AWARDS. Qualified for multiple 70.3 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. In 2013 Ranked 10th US and 11th World in Ironman 70.3 AG 45-49 . Boston Marathon Qualifer. HAMMER NUTRITION sponsored athlete 2007-2014. Racing on Team Spin Second MSST & member of Cleveland Triathlon Club.





MASTERS PR RESULTS (40+)

5K ROAD RUNNING 16:22 Mentor Flag Day OH (2009) 

10K ROAD RUNNING33:53 Peace Race OH  (2009)

HALF MARATHON1:15:47 Spirit of ColumbusOH (2009)

MARATHON2:46:19 Philadelphia Marathon PA (2011)

OLYMPIC TRI 2:02:31 Giant Eagle 5150 OH (2013) 

HALF IRON TRIATHLON 4:25:37 Steelhead 70.3 MI (2010) 

IRONMAN TRIATHLON10:29:57 IMFL (2012)

BRIAN STERN 

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  MARK GORRIS

ED SLOVENKAY

where Mark held a job as a ski instructor to help pay the bills. Mark enjoys working with athletes of all levels. Mark's areas of coaching expertise are:Winter Training using Computrainer/Power meter and developing a structured running plan using hill work, threshold running and specific long runs based on the athlete's skill set and race type. 

 Mark's other interest include spending time with his wife Lisa and their two children Luke and Elizabeth, both of whom he coaches in their various sports teams. A 5x Ironman Finisher: 2nd AG B2B Full (2013). 6th AG at IMLOU (2012-missed podium and Kona auto slot by 36"). 8th AG IMLOU (2013). 3x Ironman 70.3 Podium finisher and World Championship Qualifier. 2x Boston Marathon Qualifier. 2x USAT AG All American Triathlete. Hammer Nutrition sponsored athlete 2010-2014. Member of Team ER.



MASTERS PR RESULTS (40+)

5K ROAD RUNNING 17:58 River Run  OH (2003)

10K ROAD RUNNING38:17Wicked 10K VA (2010)

15K ROAD RUNNING 59:38 Shamrock OH (2003)

HALF MARATHON1:23:29 Buckeye Half OH (2003)

MARATHON 3:04:02 Cleveland OH (2004)

HALF IRON TRIATHLON 4:30:18 B2B NC (2012)

IRONMAN TRIATHLON10:25:13 IM B2B NC (2013)

triathlon in 2005 after which he became fascinated with the sport and sought to participate in a variety of local races & distances.  After a few years of improvement, Ed completed his first Ironman in Louisville, 2009 where he finished in under 11 hours.  Ed began training with power after that race in 2009 and with his analytical background, instantly recognized the benefits of downloading and interpreting power files.  Ed’s areas of expertise are: Training using the Computrainer and power meter along with data analysis. Ed is a self taught swimmer who swims close to an hour for the Ironman swim. A 5x Ironman Finisher: (2012) Ironman Louisville 60th overall 12th AG. (2011) Ironman Lake Placid 97th overall 17th AG. Inaugural (2010) Rev3 Cedar Point Full 23rd overall 2nd AG. 2x Triple T Ohio (2011) (2013) 2nd AG both years. 2x USAT AG All American. Member of BAFF Multisport & Cleveland Triathlon Club.

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MASTERS PR RESULTS (40+)

5K ROAD RUNNING 19:38 Brecksville Home Days OH (2013) 

HALF MARATHON1:33:58 Run for Home OH (2013)

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MARATHON 3:19:50 Cleveland OH (2009)

OLYMPIC TRI 2:05:40 Edinboro PA (2012) 

HALF IRON TRIATHLON 4:27:18 GWRT 70.3 OH (2013) 

IRONMAN TRIATHLON10:18:10 IMLOU (2012)



Ed ran his first marathon in 2003

and shortly after took on

swimming and cycling in order to

cross train. Ed did not come from a

swimming biking or running

background but entered his first

.

A life long elite level runner that has  

competed at the national collegiate level 

in cross country and track. Ten years of bicycle racing with a focus in 

criterium as a Cat 3 Master. Areas of

expertise include: run train-racing plans 

Mark is a graduate from the University of Akron with a B.S. in Sports Medicine and Exercise Science. The early beginnings of a coaching career can be traced back to these college days