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TotalCyclist adds Personal Coach: Jeremy Walton

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October 16, 2019







Charlotte, NCTotalCyclist is pleased to announce that Jeremy Walton has joined the Personal Coaching Staff at TotalCyclist, effective immediately.


Jeremy was raised in the pool and grew up with chlorine in his blood, so it makes perfect sense that 11 years ago he did his first sprint triathlon on a dare and has been hooked ever since.

While working at a local triathlon store he was introduced to TotalCyclist and after a short period of being a TotalCyclist athlete, Jeremy started leading classes and for 5 years faithfully coached the 5 am sessions. Jeremy has since relocated and was unable to continue coaching the morning in-person classes. Jeremy has been a triathlon and running coach for several years and has had the pleasure of working with a diverse group of athletes. The majority of Jeremy's athletes continue to live in the Charlotte area and therefore Jeremy takes great pride in building relationships with his athletes that stand the test of time and distance. During his triathlon career, Jeremy has done countless Sprint and Olympic distance events, along with multiple 70.3s and several full Ironman distance races. He has also completed multiple stand alone half and full marathons, along with several marathon swims.

Jeremy lives in Greenville, SC with his wife Kimberly who is also a triathlete. When not training for an event, Jeremy loves to drink craft beer and go hiking.

Jeremy: “I am very excited about partnering as a coach with TotalCyclist. I am looking forward to helping all TotalCyclist athletes become the best version of themselves they can become.”

TotalCyclist Co-Owner Chad Andrews: “ Jeremy was a stand out Training Center Coach when he lived in Charlotte. He picked up the nuances of coach/athlete relationship while working at TotalCyclist Training Centers and through his own training and racing experience. We feel exceptionally happy to have Jeremy join our Personal Coaching Team!

TotalCyclist is your premier multi-sport training resource. We offer a variety of services that will make you a better, faster and smarter endurance athlete. We are very particular about “Creating Exceptional Experiences” through Wellness and Lifestyle enhancement. 

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