There’s no better feeling that watching an athlete accomplish what they previously thought was out of reach!
Jeffrey Capobianco is an Ironman Certified Coach, and also holds certifications from USA Triathlon, TrainingPeaks, and USA Cycling. He has coached hundreds of athletes to Ironman PRs, Kona qualifications, and podiums finishes, and has been selected as an Official Ironman Certified Coach on course at both Ironman Lake Placid and Ironman Mont Tremblant. He manages the Ride Studio at Fast Splits in Needham, MA and you’ll find him there every weekend throughout the winter teaching cycling classes.
Jeffrey has been an endurance athlete for the past 30+ years, since rowing for the University of Massachusetts, where he is a member of the rowing hall of fame (1871 Club). After graduating, he continued his passion training for a spot on the US National Team. Along the way, he won numerous national championships and two gold medals at the 1995 Olympic Festival. After ending his rowing career, he pursued racing bikes and running. This soon led him to the sport of triathlon. His first triathlon was Ironman Lake Placid in 2005, which he has since done every year since, and plans to return again next year. He has qualified for, and competed in, the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawai’i 10 times. He is a 30x Ironman finisher.
Jeffrey and his wife, Samantha (also an Ironman), have three girls, Eva, Elia, and Camilla. He knows the time constraints that the “real world” places upon an athlete and how to maximize your precious time.