col-stewartCol Stewart … ASM

“When only the best will do!

  • Known as the founder coach of the sport of triathlon
  • Arguably the sports highest performed specialist triathlon coach
  • A “Coach of Coaches”
  • Offering “SPECIALISED TRIATHLON COACHING”.
  • To all state, national, international, triathletes.
  • A SPECIALIST TRIATHLON CONSULTANT, ADVISER, MOTIVATOR.

From his coaching expertise he has produced many state; national; and world champions;

From triathlon alone: Six Olympians ~ Three dual Olympians ~ One triple Olympian

Listed below are some of the results achieved by training under his direction.

1989 Miles Stewart 4th place In the inaugural ITU World Triathlon Championships
1990 Stephen Foster 3rd place The ITU World Triathlon Championships
1991 Miles Stewart 1st place The ITU Triathlon World’s. “The 1991 ITU World Champion”
1992 John Kennedy The World Sprint Cycling Champion “World Champion”
1992 John Kennedy The World flying 200m World Track Record holder
1994 Miles Stewart 1st place The ITU World Indoor Triathlon “World Champion”
1996 Miles Stewart 1st place The World Cup Series “The World’s #1”
1997 Chris McCormack 1st place The ITU World Triathlon Champion “World Champion)”
1997 Chris McCormack 1st place The ITU World Cup Series “World’s #1”
1998 Miles Stewart 3rd place The ITU World Championships.
1999 Miles Stewart 3rd place The ITU World Championships.
2000 Olivier Marceau 1st place The ITU World Triathlon Champion “World’s Champion”
2000 Miles Stewart 6TH place. The Sydney Olympic Games “OLYMPIAN”
2000 Olivier Marceau. The Sydney Olympic Games “OLYMPIAN”
2000 Miles Stewart 2nd place. Commonwealth Games Manchester. UK
2000 Kiyomi Niwata JPN. The Sydney Olympic Games “OLYMPIAN”
2004 Kiyomi Niwata Dual Olympian Athens Olympic Games “DUAL OLYMPIAN”
2004 Olivia Marceau Dual Olympian Athens Olympic “DUAL OLYMPIAN”
2004 Maxine Seer Athens Olympic Games “OLYMPIAN”
2004 Julie Barnett the World “Sprint” Track Cycling World Champion “World Champion”
2004 Julie Barnett The World “TT” Silver Medalist and World Record Holder.
2004 Julie Barnett The World “Point Score” Track Cycling Bronze Medalist
2004 Kiyomi Niwata The Japanese National Triathlon Champion “National Champion”
2005 Kiyomi Niwata ITU Ranking top 10 in the world.
2005 Kiyomi Niwata The Japanese National Triathlon Champion “National Champion”
2006 Kiyomi Niwata ITU Ranking top 10 in the world
2006 Kiyomi Niwata The Japanese National Triathlon Champion “National Champion”
2007 Kiyomi Niwata ITU Ranking top 10 in the world
2008 Kiyomi Niwata. The Beijing Olympic Games “TRIPLE OLYMPIAN”
2008 Ryosuke Yamamoto. The Beijing Olympic Games “OLYMPIAN”
2008 Ryosuke Yamamoto The 2008 ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS “Gold Medalist”
2008 Kiyomi Niwata The 2008 ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS “Silver Medalist
2008 Yuichi Hosoda The 2008 ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS “Bronze Medalist”
2010 Kiyomi Niwata Winner ITU World Cup Ishigaki Japan “Gold Medalist”
2011 Kiyomi Niwata The 2011 ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS “Gold Medalist”
2013 Kiyomi Niwata Runner up Cairns 70.3
2013 Kiyomi Niwata Winner of Mijima-Hiroshima Race
2013 Kiyomi Niwata Runner up Sunshine Coast 70.3. Mooloolaba. Aust
2013 Kiyomi Niwata Winner Laverman Int Triathlon Kona. Hawaii
2016 Kiyomi Niwata Bronze Medal Japanese National Sprint Championships “Bronze Medalist”

2012  ~ Coached & personally trained 2 athletes who qualify for IM Kona. World Championships. Hawaii
2012  ~ Coached & personally trained 3 athletes who qualify for 70.3 World Championships. Las Vegas
2012  ~ Coached & personally trained 6 athletes who qualify for ITU World Championships
2013 ~  Coached & personally trained 5 athletes who qualify for IM Kona. World Championships. Hawaii
2013 ~  Coached & personally trained 4 athletes who qualify for 70.3 World Championships. Las Vegas
2014 ~  Coached & personally trained 3 athletes who qualify for IM Kona. World Championships. Hawaii.

Juniors
2008   Risa Saito Australian National all School Triathlon Champion
2008   Risa Saito At 17 years of age was outright winner Mooloolaba Open Pro Triathlon.
2011   Calvin Quirk National all schools 3k Running Championships “Gold Medalist”
2011   Calvin Quirk National all schools 1500m Running Championships “Bronze Medalist”
2011   Calvin Quirk National all schools Triathlon Championships “Bronze Medalist”
2011   Sabrina Quirk National all schools Aquathlon Championships “Bronze Medalist”

Triathlon Sports Achievements and Awards
1997               Became one of the first ever level ‘3’ fully Accredited Triathlon Coaches
1997 to 2000  Triathlon Australia National Elite Teams Coach
2001               Triathlon Australia’s National Elite Coaching Director
2001 to 2003  Triathlon Australia’s National Head Coach
2001 to 2003  Director of Triathlon Australia’s “National High Performance Team”
2000               Presented with the highly prestigious; “Queens Medal”.
2001 & 2002  Presented with The Australia Day Excellence in Sports Medals & Awards
2004              Awarded the first & only Triathlon Australia Coaching Excellence Award
2004              Granted a Triathlon Australia’s Honorary Lifetime Membership
2014              Triathlon Australia’s Award for a lifetime Service to the Sport.