Fluid Movements Head Coach and Founder, Sean Foster began coaching in 1996 in the role of swim coach for EPS Triathlon under the direction of Coach Tony Benson and quickly improved a squad of over 80 swimmers and found his passion for coaching. After completing his first ironman in Forster (NSW) in 1999 where he placed 11th overall and 1st age grouper, he also took on co-ordination of the EPS Ironman program.
During this time Sean coached many prevalent names in Victorian Triathlon, including the current head Coaches of Tri-bal (Andy Sleeman) and Tri Alliance (Ollie Allan). Under Sean’s coaching, the EPS ironman program was very successful with great results and many Hawaii Ironman qualifiers.
In 2003, Fluid Movements Sports and its full triathlon program was established following a great apprenticeship under Tony Benson and after his own career as a professional Ironman Athlete.
Since the founding of Fluid Movements Sports, we have been the exclusive training provider for the Melbourne Tri Club, and still are to this day.
Fluid & Melbourne Triathlon Club have gone from strength to strength with membership, and since the recent inception of club competitions at events, Melbourne Triathlon Club has won many series competitions:
- Triathlon Victoria Club Series Duathlon Champions 2012, 13’, 14’, 15’
- Gatorade Triathlon Series Club Champions 2015
- Geelong 70.3 Club Champions 2015
Fluid Movements has grown to become one of the most successful and respected training squads in Victoria. We pride ourselves on providing high level coaching at every level from our Fluid Movements 6week Beginner Course athletes through to Elite level triathletes, and we tailor our product to suit individual needs.