Train with the BestTrisutto camps offer age group athletes of all abilities the opportunity to train with the world’s best triathlon coaching team alongside some of the best athletes in the sport.
Be InspiredYou’ll get individual advice on swim, bike and run while training under Brett Sutton and our Trisutto.com coaches at some of the most exotic triathlon destinations in the world.
See ResultsFine tune your triathlon preparation and see improvement. Camps are not about how much training you can do! Learn training techniques you can use once home.
Paphos Training Camps, Cyprus.
Playitas Camps, Fuerteventura.
Bauru Training Camp, Brazil.
Carnival Camp25th February – 28th February, 2017.
Scottsdale Training Camps, Arizona, USA.
Maspalomas Training Camps, Gran Canaria.
Camp 16th March – 11th March, 2017.
Camp 213th March – 18th March, 2017.
2-week6th March – 18th March, 2017.
Mallorca Training Camps, Spain.
Addis Ababa Triathlon CampsEthiopia Camps running through March, 2017.
Addis Ababa Training Camps, Ethiopia.
Tuscany Triathlon CampsTuscany Camps April and June
Tuscany Training Camps, Italy.
St Moritz Training Camps, Switzerland.
Interval training at Jeju camp earlier this year. One of the many questions coaches and athletes ask when using Moderate, Medium, Mad as a perception of effort level, is why we also advise that at top speeds to hold no higher than 95% effort. Is this not...
As the racing year draws to a close it is a good time for us to reflect on a year of exceptional growth and remarkable results by our Trisutto athletes, in both the Professional and Age Group ranks. Our Professional Team closed out the year with 42 wins and 76 podiums...
Age group campers enjoying the riding in St. Moritz. Ahead of our Camps in St. Moritz (1856m) many of our athletes have written in to directly ask about altitude. What are the potential benefits? What will be the affect if I come to St. Moritz for 6 days? This follows...
Athletes in the Trisutto.com Squad
Training Camp FAQs
What is the structure of training camps?
Most Trisutto camps are help in conjunction with pro camp. You may be swimming in the lane next to the Olympic Champion, or Hawaii Ironman Champion – if they are in camp at that time.
Most days start with squad swim, with 7am our usual swim time. Every lane will be doing something different in the pool depending on athlete ability levels. We cater to all swim (and triathlon) abilities, from new triathletes learning to swim, and experience professionals. We seed lanes accordingly, and each lane will do a variation of the same workout – just modified to suit their ability.
We usually do a late morning and a mid / late afternoon workout, unless it is a long ride day when we might just ride as our other training that day.
All workouts are based around individual needs, the camp venue, and sometimes weather when training in the mountains of St Moritz. All visiting athletes will receive advise on swim technique, run technique and bike position from Brett during workouts. e.g. when we run, there will be a discussion about running technique before / after the workout, and athletes will receive advise during the workout on their own technique.
The aim of the week is not to see how much training can be complete, but to provide athletes with useful and practical advise, to take away and use in their own training at home after camp. ** athletes who attend camp are welcome to add additional work if they so wish – e.g. extend their ride(s), run(s) etc. However, we usually find the week as scheduled to be sufficient for the majority.