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Caitlin Glenn Sapp, PT, DPT, CIDN

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science, 6x Ironman Finisher including 2015 Kona Finisher, Physical Therapist, Triathlon Coach.

Caitlin holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science and has her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Beginning triathlon in 2009, she has completed 6 Ironman triathlons, 20+ Ironman 70.3 triathlons, and multiple short course races. In 2015, she won the 25-29 North American Ironman Championship with the 10th fastest swim of the day. That fall she competed in the Ironman World Championships in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. She is a 6x 70.3 World Championship qualifier and a three time USA Triathlon All American athlete.

With a unique specialty in return to sport from injury, injury prevention, human performance, and rehabilitation Caitlin is able to provide patients and athletes with effective rehab and coaching strategies to maintain health and remain injury free throughout their competitive season.

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Drew Sapp

Drew has been a competitive swimmer since he was six years old. He competed collegiality for Edinboro University as a top distance swimmer while obtaining degrees in Health and Physical Education with concentrations in Sports and Recreational Administration. Not only did he teach his now wife, Caitlin, to swim but he has allowed many newcomers to the sport to get their feet wet with triathlon. While 70.3s are Drew’s favorite distance to race, he appreciates all the sport has to offer. Drew has a current PR of 4:11 at the 70.3 distance and has been the first overall amateur out of the water at Ironman Mont Tremblant and Ironman 70.3 Muskoka. Drew’s favorite aspect of coaching is enabling others to gain confidence in the water so they can become triathletes as well as strategically enhancing the swim portion of triathlon.

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Coaching Philosophy

Drew and Caitlin realize triathlon can become an all consuming sport. A metric they use in their coaching strategy is overall happiness and results on the race course rather than hours trained. Their coaching strategies are based on finding the overall life balance for each individual athlete that will lead to a well balanced life while producing the desired results. Through individualized attention to each of their athletes Drew and Caitlin believe they can help each individual achieve the best out of themselves on race day, all the while maintaining a healthy balance with life and sport.