Chair – Nigel Smaller
email to LincsquadChair@gmail.com
Bio: I first became involved with the club in late 2013 when following the Tata Kids of Steel triathlon my daughter was smitten by the sport and subsequently joined LincsQuad to continue and progress the disciplines.
Over time I have seen the club grow across many facets and as chair I look forward to building on the work of my predecessors in developing the club and sport for our all our members to reach their potential.
Club Secretary – Julie England
email to LincsquadSecretary@gmail.com
Bio: I wanted to be a coach because I thought it would be great to get involved with the club more and give something back and the secretary role builds further on this. Cheesy response I know but the truth. I’d like to encourage more members to come to our sessions and not just be a faceless member. We don’t bite!
Treasurer – Claire Hobley
email to LincsquadTreasurer@gmail.com
Bio: I have been a family member of Lincsquad for a few years along with my hubby (who is a coach for the club) and my young daughter.
I swam regularly as a youngster but hadn’t done any sport until I took up ‘running’ to get a bit fitter. It was a few years before I was brave enough to join a club, but I needn’t have worried as Lincsquad gave me a very warm welcome and I was soon keeping up with others at the Quibell running sessions. So with the swim and the run coming along, it really made sense to get on a bike and give triathlons a go. I completed my first race 3 years ago and found myself entering more events every year. I’m always looking forward to the next challenge and can guarantee there will be a friendly bunch of Squadders to cheer me and fellow competitors along.
You’ll normally be able to find me at most of the coached sessions, either taking part or spectating, so feel free to come and have a chat.
Membership Secretary– Angelia Barker
email to LincsquadMembership@gmail.com
Bio: to follow
Events Secretary- Jeff Chappill
email to LincsquadEvents@gmail.com
Bio: I first joined the club the same year as the Dinosaurs became extinct or that’s what some would say.My first involvement was as a Cycle coach down at Quibell Park for the Youth academy. A few years later the Triathlon bug struck so rather than race I took what I thought would be the easier option and became a level two coach. Nine years on and I can still occasionally be found taking the odd run and swim session. I feel the club is in a great place with a great committee and amazing coaches driving the training sessions forward. With the World Quadrathlon Championships making regular use of the Bomber and the ever popular Brigg Sprint we will be once again putting the name of LincsQuad on the big stage.
Pam Challen – TT Secretary
email to LincsquadTT@gmail.com
Bio: Hi, I’m Pam Challen, Lincsquadder and TT secretary. In my role as TT secretary I organise LincsQuad’s TT series aided and abetted by my trusty sidekick Jon. I am passionate about all forms of bicycle racing.
Coaching Secretary– Currently Vacant
email to LincsquadCoaches@gmail.com
|Jeff Chappill||Head Coach BTF; BTF Level 2, BC Level 2|
|Steve Cannings||Head Coach British Cycling ; BC Level 2|
|Donna Chappill||BTF Level 2|
|Pete Chappill||BTF Level 2, BC Level 2|
|Amanda Clements||BC Level 2|
|Mark Clements||BC Level 2|
|Pete Connelly||BTF Level 2|
|Julie England||BTF Level 2|
|Ric Longcake||BTF Level 2|
|Michael Ogle||BC Level 2|
|Ed Smith||BC Level 2|
|Mark Turner||BC Level 2|
|Roo Butterill||BTF Level 1|
|Tony England||BTF Level 1|
|Drew Hobley||BTF Level 1|
|Jane Taylor||BTF Level 1|
Welfare Officer – Claire West
If any youth member, parent or adult has a welfare issue that they would like to discuss or indeed just someone other than a coach to talk matters over. Please contact Claire by telephone or email
email to LincsquadWelfare@gmail.com
Camilla Morgan – Media Officer
email to LincsquadMedia@gmail.com
Bio: I was challenged by a couple of friends to do my first triathlon, Brigg Sprint. I had very little experience of swimming and I hadn’t been on a bike for many years. As I never do things by half, I threw myself into training and I had a wonderful experience on the day, that’s how I caught “the bug”. I met some wonderful LincsQuad members on the day and a few months later I joined the club. It’s a great place to train, meet like minded people and enjoy all sports in a relaxed environment.