Head Cycling Coach
Alistair Cronk is a husband and a dad. He started running and cycling in 1989. During his school years Alistair participated in various sports. He moved his attention to Duathlon and Triathlon in 1991 and went on to obtain provisional colours. After leaving school Alistair turned his attention back to cycling and raced for 3 years at a Pro-Am cyclist on the South African circuit.
Alistair has spent most his life on and off the field. He began as a fitness instructor and helped many people to achieve their goals. Alistair has been a commentator at Cycling, Running and Mountain Bike events since 1993 and knows how the game works.
To increase his knowledge, Alistair then did his Level 2 Road and Track Cycling qualification course. Alistair has completed the Comrades Marathon on 12 occasions, best time 8:42. Alistair has also finished the Full Ironman and numerous Ironman 70.3 events.
Alistair coaches all levels of cyclists from road, track and mountain biking. Together he works with the team of qualified USC coaches to ensure every athlete is treated as an entity.
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Continuous effort — not strength or intelligence — is the key to unlocking our potential. - Liane Cardes