Meet our Try A TRI coaches

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Evan Hill:  IMG_0085
I completed my first triathlon in 2005. I didn’t have a real background in any of the three sports, but was looking for a way to stay in shape and a way to challenge myself. When I first started racing I had no aspirations to do anything beyond a sprint. I was happy with the distance and was having fun doing shorter races. As I gained experience I slowly started to increase my training mileage and eventually decided to take on longer races.

Today, I enjoy racing all distances from sprints up to Ironman distance races. I have made a lot of friends through the sport and still continue to have fun. I am looking forward to working with the athletes in the “Try-A-TRI” program. I admire their motivation and dedication for joining this program and can’t wait to see them succeed!

 

Kari Wilkinson: Wilkinson 101713 Kari_1008cropped in
I have been involved in the fitness industry since 1995, prior to that I successfully showed horses on the New Jersey horse show circuit as a junior and adult and worked professionally in the horse industry managing a horse farm, training and showing horses for clients as well as teaching youth and adults. I am a Certified Personal Trainer through the American Council on Exercise( ACE) , USAT Level 2 Coach, Certified Master Chi Running and Walking instructor, Level 2 Metabolic Efficiency Specialist,and  Group fitness. I am a competitive age group triathlete and multi distance runner qualifying for Boston in 2010 and competing in many national and international events.

I am a nationally board certified teacher in Chemistry and taught Chemistry and AP Environmental Science for 26 years in public high school. I use these skills to help motivate, educate, and communicate with clients in and easy and understandable way. I work with youth and adults, recreational and competitive athletes writing training plans, holding clinics and workshops as well as training individuals that just want to be in the best shape of their lives. I regularly contribute to the Chi Running Website and UNC Wellness Center newsletter and blog.

 

Both of our coaches are excited to get all of our “Try-A-TRI” participants mentally and physically read for the Meadowmont Super Sprint on Sunday, August 2. The group training will hold weekly training sessions, specialty workshops on how to transition, keep momentum, prevent injury and much more. You will also receive a discount on your Meadowmont race registration.

Register now for our early bird rate of $80 before May 11. Get started, don’t wait, make the commitment to TRY A TRI.

 

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