Be active, have fun with others, learn new skills, develop fitness


Club training sessions are held regularly throughout the summer. These sessions run throughout June, July & August.

Throughout the remainder of the year we encourage you to stay active; swim, ride your bike and when it’s not ideal to be on the road ride on the turbo or join spinning classes, run or walk, do functional strength workouts and if you happen to still be in and around Morzine for winter ski, snowboard and randonee!

Personalised programs are also available from our club coach, Amelia Pearson. Contact her direct at





Sundays 10.00 – 11.00


  • At Lac Montriond
  • Participants will need a bike, a helmet and running shoes. It’s handy to have trainers that go on quick and are easy to tighten. Elastic laces or velcro are a great idea.
  • For sessions at the lake, they will also need swimmers & goggles.
  • Age 5+
  • Children should be confident in the water and be able to ride a bike without assistance
  • Non members can try their first session for free and then join the club


If you are looking for more group training opportunities Buzz Performance & Triathlon offer a range of sessions throughout the year. Season dependant, sessions include pool swims, lake swims, spinning, bike rides, run sessions, and strength and conditioning sessions, body conditioning & Suspension training.

>>> See timetables and more information at


The club’s affiliation with Buzz Performance (Amelia and Joe Pearson) brings a wealth of experience and expertise.

Amelia is a highly qualified and experienced Triathlon Coach. She is a Triathlon Australia Performance Coach and holds a French Carte Professionelle D’Educateur Sportif Triathlon. Amelia has gained valuable knowledge and experience from top coaches including Darren Smith, Craig Redman, Craig Walton, Bill Daveron & Brett Sutton.

Joe is an experience race director and administrator in triathon, having organised many national series races in Australia including the Oceania Championships, Australian Youth Super Sprint Weekend and the Australian All Schools Triathlon Championships.

It was triathlon that first brought them to Morzine in 2005 when Amelia was racing in the French Federation Triathlon Grand Prix. Amelia is a former professional triathlete. She retired from top level competition in 2012 having experienced great success as an age group and professional triathlete. She has trained for triathlon for over 20 years and having spent time training and racing all over the world in Sprint, Olympic, Long Course and Ironman events.


In France a Triathlon Coach must hold a Carte Professionelle, D’Educateur Sportif, Triathlon.

This is based on the DE JEPS Diploma. More information about the Qualification can be viewed here