Tim Williams

Tim has a rare ability to help cyclists and triathletes of all abilities, from novice to World Champion, to achieve lasting success and, equally significantly, enjoyment.

As a performer Tim was good at most sports and outstanding at none. As a coach, however, his nature, attitude, interests and attributes have enabled him to coach to the highest level: most notably with cyclist Emma Pooley, World Champion and Olympic silver medallist.

Until December 2010 he coached local cyclists and triathletes in his spare time. However they include, besides Emma, World, European, national and regional medallists at youth, junior, U23, Senior and Veteran age groups. He has also helped hundreds of cyclists and triathletes get more enjoyment, satisfaction and confidence from simply swimming, running and riding their bikes better.

He is now a full-time coach offering a range of services through Perfect Condition.

He has British Triathlon (Level 3) and British Cycling (Club Coach) coaching certificates and is a British Triathlon coach mentor. He was a first category racing cyclist and can still hold his own in a first cat racing field, which means that he can coach ‘on the bike’. 

Tim is the Head Coach at the Cambridge Triathlon Club and, as the Regional Head Coach for British Triathlon, he organises and runs the Eastern Region Academy for talented youth and junior triathletes.


Heather Williams

Heather was a national level swimmer and competed as both age-group and elite triathlete.  As an elite triathlete she saw the birth of draft-legal racing, competed all over the world and represented Great Britain at World Cup and World Championship level.  She was also British National Elite Champion. 

Since retiring from competition Heather has worked for British Triathlon, initally as a Regional Development Officer and then with the Performance Programme. In 2006 she became Performance Director.

As Performance Director Heather lead British Triathlon through its most successful period ever, with World Championship victories at senior men, women, team, U23 and junior, and culminating in its first ever Olympic medals at London 2012.

After the 2012 Olympics Heather left British Triathlon to take up a new challenge, developing young talent with GB Canoeing.

With a first career in insurance, information technology and accountancy Heather's knowledge and experience encompass a wide range of amateur, elite and professional sport and business.

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