Team Gazelle Running is a group of like-minded athletes and coaches who want to foster a genuine love of running in what is a global community. We wish to provide a platform where we can advance your running through experience and extended specific learning. We hope to do this by generating a fraternity by having a team full of support and a common goal.
We wish to provide the same level of service for our beginners as we do our elites. We respect that coaching at any level is a mutually respectful relationship between all parties involved, athlete, coach, parents and any other commitments we hold.
If you would like to improve your game and take it to the next level, come and train with team gazelle running.
Level 3 Performance Coach, Accredited Exercise Physiologist, High-Performance Coaching Student
Paul has been mentored as an athlete and as a coach by Bradley for the best part of decade years. He has also embodied the mission statement of team gazelle running for the majority of this time.
Paul started coaching the year he left high school and is heavily involved in both swimming and athletics coaching for preadolescents and adolescents.
He is studying for his Master's in High-Performance Coaching after completing his Bachelor of Exercise Physiology at UNSW. He is a Level 3 Athletics and Level 2 Strength and Conditioning Coach. He has a beautiful rapport with the squads that he looks after. He is still learning the finer nuances of being an athlete and a coach.
Undoubtedly, with a few more years of coaching, he will be an exceptional coach in his own right!
HEAD COACH AND FOUNDER, LEVEL 3 PERFORMANCE COACH
Bradley officially founded team gazelle running on the 27th of April, 2017. While this is what the records say, team gazelle running has been building since 2009.
Bradley first started coaching in schools in 2008. The team is designed to add additional layers of support to developing junior athletes and supporting them through their senior and even masters years of competition. While mainly working in a school-based environment, he appreciates Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD). While most athletes, parents and schools chase fast results and instant gratification
Bradley looks to foster a love of running and building a fraternity. He understands that often friendship, support, and mentoring see an athlete develop to their fullest potential.
Bradley is a former middle-distance athlete and sub 4min miler, and he comes with loads of experience in competition and coaching. He is an avid reader and self-professed lifelong learner with a strong background in exercise science and strength and conditioning.