We are made up of a group of individuals for whom Excellence and a Drive to Succeed are ways of life. We offer three types of off road racing, a Sportive, Town Centre Half Marathon and Pitsford Triathlon and spend a lot of time and effort Maximising the Competitor Experience. We hope you enjoy our races.
Professionally Steve Adams has held roles at the top of Companies such as National Westminster Bank, Barclays and Barclaycard running Operational teams in excess of 3000 people on a global footprint.
His sporting CV extends to several National Championships in Sailing as well as representing Great Britain in 14 World and European Championships achieving top 3 results in 4 of them. More recently he has been competing in endurance athletics including nearly 40 marathons, triathlons up to and including Iron Man and almost all used for raising money for charity, most recently his own. For recent event blogs from Iron man Switzerland Click here and the European Age Group Championships Click here.
In 2005 he set up the Charity Teach Africa which has set out to provide funding for secondary education for the brightest children from Nairobi's slums.
Go Beyond has been created to provide fundraising opportunities for the charity
Steve Kearns - Coaching Partner
Steve has worked in the health and fitness industry for almost two decades and has extensive experience of working with people of all ages and abilities.
He is currently working with people ranging from those training to attempt their first ever endurance event through to a number of athletes who are competing for Great Britain in triathlon or duathlon in their age groups. As an academic his current research interests are based around two areas: 1) how swimming performance influences overall triathlon performance and how to optimise this, 2) how to enhance muscular force production. Outside of his work and academic activities Steve regularly competes as an open water swimmer, runner and triathlete
"As a coach I believe that to develop better performance it is necessary to first develop good efficient movement patterns. Often this alone is enough to enhance performance as the athlete moves better and has less down-time due to injury. Once this 'training foundation' is built it is possible to build a stronger faster body."