You name it, Jason’s done it. A journeyman pro in the Southwest, he’s done just about every road and mountain bike race in the region. In 2002, he was the Master’s Mountain Bike World Champion, and he worked full-time with Chris Carmichael in Colorado Springs for five years before taking the opportunity to open CTS-Tucson. With a remarkable combination of scientific knowledge, decades of experience, and unrivaled attention to detail, Jason is one the top coaches in all of CTS. He works with athletes of all ability levels, coaches at camps in Tucson and around the country, and he’s the lead CTS coach working with the Mexican National Team. Click here for his full bio
One of the best triathlon coaches in all of CTS, Nick’s skill in guiding athletes to their best performances is widely known. In addition to novices and age-group triathletes, he works with 2006 Ironman 70.3 World Champion Craig Alexander, who also finished second in his debut at the Ironman World Championship in Kona in 2007. In addition to coaching, Nick received extensive training in lab work during the four years he worked at our facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado; so now he also runs our physiology lab at CTS-Tucson. Click here for his full bio
Hailing all the way from Fair Lawn, New Jersey, Natalie brings a wealth of knowledge in the swimming and triathlon world to CTS Tucson. As a collegiate swimmer at The Ohio State University, Natalie knows what it takes to get her athletes fit and fast in the water. Natalie’s personable and down to earth demeanor allows here to connect with athletes from all different walks of life. She carries a degree in Exercise Science and is also an ACSM Health/Fitness Instructor. Click here for her full bio
Tucson is located in Southern Arizona next to the Saguaro Cacti and 9000’ Mount Lemon. With 300 days of annual sunshine per year, Tucson is known as a mecca for cyclists. Tucson has been named Third Best Cycling City (Bicycling Magazine, 2006) and is the winter training home of many professional cyclists and triathletes. Tucson is also one of only 7 communities in the US to earn Gold status as a Bicycling Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.
CONTACT: 520.838.8125; 7000 East Tanque Verde Road, Suite 26, Tucson, AZ 85715
DIRECTIONS: From Interstate 10 North or South, exit Speedway and proceed East on Speedway Blvd. From the Interstate, travel 7.3 miles on Speedway Blvd. to North Wilmont Road. Take a left onto North Wilmont and after .5 miles take a soft turn to the right as the road becomes East Tanque Verde Road. Turn right into the Sante Fe Square Shopping Center. CTS is located in the southeast corner of the building.