Jeju Island Triathlon Camps

Join us at our Jeju Island Asian Training base for our pre-Kona training camps this September.

Train with the Best

Experience an incredible training with world-renown coaches, Brett Sutton, Robbie Haywood and our stable of professional athletes preparing for Kona at our Jeju Island training base in South Korea.

Be Inspired

Train side by side with athletes preparing for Kona, including 70.3 World Champion Daniela Ryf, ITU World Champion Mary Beth Ellis and Ironman 70.3 South Africa Champion Matt Trautman.

See Results

Fine tune your triathlon preparation and see improvement. This camp is not about how much training you can do in one week! You’ll be training, but we attempt to teach you things that will help you get better, and you can use once home.

World Class Coaching, Facilities and Venue


Access to Brett Sutton and coaches during the camp, including Q&A sessions.


Group training sessions for all levels and abilities. Train side-by-side with the world’s best.


Learn from the coach that has trained Olympic, World and Ironman Champions.


Whether you’re trying to qualify for Kona or doing your first triathlon, learn and be pushed in our camps.


Comprehensive analysis and feedback on your swim, bike and run technique and training.


Make new friends with like-minded triathletes and coaches from all over the world.

About Our Jeju Island Triathlon Camps is offering age group athletes the chance to join international coaches, Brett Sutton, Robbie Haywood, Andrew Wright, Mat O’Halloran, Jo Spindler and their professional and age group squads for training in beautiful Jeju Island, Korea. You’ll get individual advice on swim, bike and run from the most successful coaching team in the sport.

Age groupers will train alongside professional athletes at the same base used by both Chrissie Wellington and Daniela Ryf during the run-ups to their first Kona victories. The swimming facilities, dedicated cycle track and outdoor running trails are perfect for training, and the climate mimics Hawaii perfectly for acclimatisation.

At camp expect the same tough-love treatment as given to other professional athletes: “It’s not like other camps. You come in and get treated like any other team member—no gushing, no hand holding.” However, the camp is all about helping you leave a better athlete or with the tools to make you into a better athlete. Training flexibility is based on every athlete’s needs and race schedule.

Jeju Island Triathlon Camp Dates

Junior Camp

August 8th – August 13th.

Camp 1

August 8th – August 13th.

Camp 2

5th – 10th September, 2016.

Camp 3

19th – 24th September, 2016.

Perfect conditions. Perfect weather. Perfect organisation. Really happy to have been part of this training camp. With all those champions around, the spirit and the expectations was high and we learned a lot in swimming, biking and running. Well done in such small time. Thanks Brett, you and your Trisutto team deserve this worldwide reputation.

Maurice Inzirillo

2015 Camp Athlete

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2014 Ironman 70.3 World Champion

Mary Beth Ellis

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2015 ITU Long Course World Champion

Matt Trautman

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2015 Ironman 70.3 South Africa Champion

Corinne Abraham

Corinne Abraham

2014 European Ironman Champion

Training Camp FAQs

Challenge Jeju

Athletes attending will receive a 10% discount on Challenge Jeju taking place on September 25, 2016.

There will be a free shuttle service to and from the official Camp residence (Sunshine Hotel) on race morning.

What are the camp dates?

Jeju Island, Korea Pre Kona camps

6-day Camp:

8th August – 13th August, 2016.

5th September to 10th September, 2016.

19th September to 24th September, 2016.

3-day Camps: Available each weekend of September


What you can expect?

During the week you will receive advice during workouts on your swim, bike and run technique.
There will be opportunity to ask questions during workouts.

We swim Monday through Saturday morning.

Training is decided each day depending on athlete needs, athlete race schedules and the weather.
We usually train 3 workouts each day.
Some of these will be with the pro’s and/or other visiting age group athletes, and some will be on your own. e.g. easy recovery runs and rides.

Coaching for 6 days Monday to Saturday.

How much does it cost?

Jeju Island Camps

$599 for 6 days. Discounts available for additional weeks.

$349 for 3 days.


Private Training

$999 for 7 days outside of scheduled camp dates.

How do I book?

Decide on the camp dates that you wish to attend. Camps run Monday to Saturday.
E-mail to confirm your place.
Payment via online purchase from our store or bank transfer must be processed before attending camp. Payment is due 60 days before camp start date.

Accommodation & Travel Options:

Camp official accommodation will be at the Ye Green Hotel:

In addition to being walking distance to the Jungmun 50m Olympic pool with easy access to cycle and run paths, Ye Green Hotel rooms have their own kitchen, laundry machine, high speed Internet, large fridge, TV, separate bedroom and living rooms.

To book accommodation please contact our Jeju Agent:

What we don't provide?

Accommodation, transport, meals, spares, sag wagon, drinks, gels, bars, bike rental and evening entertainment – please be prepared to be self sufficient in these areas – just like our pro athletes!

Trisutto.camps let you make these arrangements to suit your budget and tastes, so that we can offer the best coaching at an amazing price.

Terms and Conditions


Campers must have a comprehensive and valid triathlon and multisports insurance policy in place when they arrive and during their training with This policy should include emergency medical care, cover for personal injury, including cover for all activities, including water activities, loss or damage to your luggage, loss or damage to equipment hired or borrowed from us or third parties, repatriation, legal expenses cover and expenses associated with cancellation or curtailment of their booking. You should be in possession of an up-to-date EHIC card available from your local post office before travelling abroad.


You should recognise the inherent risks in endurance training, including swimming, cycling and running training, you will be participating in and agree to accept complete responsibility for any injury, damage or loss caused by you as a result of participation in those activities. You will be requested to sign a disclaimer upon arrival, which outlines your acceptance of the risks as part of participation in the activities at training.


Camp athletes will be required to sign a waiver of liability document releasing from all liability relating to injuries that may occur during training with and its coaches before the commencement of training at Jeju.

Jeju Island

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