Meet our coaches

Head Coach- Nathan Dortmann “Frenchie”

Nathan is a Professional Coach turned Pro Triathlete to better understand his athlete’s needs. He is a passionate coach with an individualised approach utilising science and his years of experience. Having established his career as a high-performance coach Nathans passion lies in high level endurance performance. 

Nathan understands athletes needs from a unique perspective having spent many years working his way through the age-group ranks to turning pro. He is currently focusing on supporting other professional triathletes and elite AG triathletes towards their race goals.

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 Overview of Nathan's Achievements:

  • 2023 Ironman Cairns Pro Debut and Top 10 Finish qualifying for the Ironman World Champs Nice
  • 2022 Ironman World Championships Kona - Top 10 AG
  • 2022 Australian Champion 30-34 Ironman Port Macquarie
  • 2021 First place Tweed Heads Enduro
  • 2020 First Overall Age Group Athlete Ironman 70.3 Carins
  • 2020 First Overall Age Group Athlete Sunshine Coast Ironman 70.3
  • 2019 Ironman World Championship Kona
  • 2018 ITU World Championships Sprint and Olympic Distance 
  • 2018 Ironman 70.3 World Championships
  • 2018 2nd Overall Tour n Man 70.3 France 
  • And the list goes on and on…. You get the gist Nathan has been involved in Triathlon for quite some time. 


Level 1 & 2 Performance Coach 

Qualified 3 Athletes to Ironman World Championships

Qualified 10 Athletes to Ironman 70.3 World Championships

Head Coach Brisbane Southside Masters Swim Squad

Senior Swim Coach at Iona College

Junior Coach- Maurece Jackson

Maurece is our junior triathlon coach that works closely with Head Coach- Nathan. He is an Elite Age Group Triathlete himself and brings a fresh perspective to the sport and coaching. He is also a part-time PT as well as undergoing his studies in Exercise Phys. He supports both beginner and experienced athletes on their journeys. If you’re interested in taking your training to the next level then look no further.

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Swim Coach- Michael Boult “White Loaf”

Michael is an emerging Professional Triathlete and Coach balancing full-time work with his triathlon passion. Commonly referred to as ‘White Loaf’ for his niche obsession with bringing a full loaf of white bread on his 6hr training days he’s sure to make you laugh once or twice. Michael grew up competitively swimming and brings a wealth of swim knowledge to the pool deck. You’ll find Michael at our Monday and Friday evening swim sessions. 

Overview of Michael's Achievements & Qualifications:

  • 2024 6th place as a pro at Ironman 70.3 Tasmania 
  • Professional triathlete, raced Ironman elite fields domestically and overseas for 2 years
  • Reached Open National level in swimming and surf lifesaving
  • Triathlon Australia Development Coach (in progress!)
  • ASCTA and AUSTSWIM swimming instructor and coach for 7 years
  • Held Mack Horton’s underwear while getting his autograph before he was famous