Austin Marshall

“I met Scott back in 2018 at my first Paratriathlon Nationals. I was immediately impressed with his level of knowledge and support. He was there coaching a few of his athletes, and offered help for me that weekend as well.
Fast forward a couple of years, and I was dealing with burnout, and loss of interest for triathlon. I had let my life circumstances, and the COVID pandemic get the better of me. I reached out to Scott for advice. He then took me on as an athlete. What I wanted was a coach, but what I got was far more. I ended up gaining a dear friend, and mentor.
Scott helped me find the love of the sport again and helped me regain the fitness that I had lost. His goal with Para Endurance Coaching is to come alongside athletes, and that’s exactly what he does. He coached me back to my first races post pandemic, and back into a consistent routine.

Not only is he a great triathlon coach, he’s also incredibly supportive outside of competition. He offered help through the loss of a job and the death of a family member. His time as a pastor, years of competition, and dedication to his athletes make him an incredible person to work with. He’s also not afraid to tell a few dad jokes.”

  • Accomplished Vision Impaired triathlon and endurance sport athlete
  • Ironman, Ironman 70.3, and Sprint triathlon finisher
  • 2018 USAT Paratriathlon Nationals Qualifier/Finisher

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