Sergio Borges

Sergio Borges was an elite level Ironman distance triathlete. He has dedicated the last 25 years to studying the ART and science of triathlon training. During this time, he has competed in hundreds of races of all distances including 23 Ironman races around the world (9:38 PR), over 60 half ironmans (4:12 PR), qualifying for the Hawaii Ironman World Championships seven times. Sergio has also been nominated as "All American" by USA Triathlon, 10 times. After a decade of investment banking, he decided to apply his expertise to triathlon coaching. In 2003 after contesting the traditional training for many years, Sergio developed the innovative and effective training method - Inverted Periodization. 

Sergio's history in triathlon has contributed to the emergence of many of today's top California-based Pro and Age Group talents. Backing his hands-on success are credentials that stand out on the busy California triathlon scene, including:

  • Level III USA Triathlon coach
  • Level II ITU Triathlon Coach - Junior and U23 Development
  • Level II USA Cycling coach
  • Certified Ironman University Coach
  • Former Head coach of the UCSD Triathlon Team (3 time National Champions and#1 Women Team 2006-2010)
  • Former Head Coach of the UCI Triathlon Team
  • Head Coach of the High Performance Paratriathlon Camp at the Olympic Training Center
  • Head Coach of the First ever Paratriathlon Camp by Challenge Athletes Foundation
  • Head Coach, USA Team (Elite, U23 and Junior) at the 2008, 2004 and 2003 Duathlon World Championships
  • USAT Coach at Collegiate National Camps and Recruitment Camps at the Olympic Training Center
  • USAT Lecturer at Coaching Level I and II Clinics
  • Founder of the first Kids Triathlon Program in San Diego in 1998
  • Contributor to three sport magazines and sites including,,, etc
  • Over 145 athletes qualified for IM World Championships in Hawaii to date
  • Feature lecturer in the Triathlon World Summit
  • Contributing author of the USA Triathlon first ever book - Complete Triathlon Guide

Sergio is known for "thinking outside of the box" when it comes to triathlon training, in 2003 he developed his own method. Inverted Training Periodization and have since perfect it making Ironman Champions, Top 3 in 70.3 Races and many AG podiums around the World. Sergio combines his vast experience coaching athletes of all ages and abilities with a fundamental belief in the need for an individualized and realistic training plan for each athlete achieve his or her goal -- from staying healthy to becoming a champion!

Guto Antunes

Guto Antunes is a top pro triathlete, internationally ranked on the Top 5 Olympic Distance (non-draft) and 70.3 Ironman races. Despite his hectic routine as a Sales Trader in an investment bank, his passion for multisports led him to find the perfect balance between life and sports in order to reach high performance, using a new method developed by P.H.D. Alexandre Blass and P.H.D. Marcelo Semiatzh in Portugal (Porto University) and Brazil (Sao Paulo University) - The “Dynamic Force Method and Training”

"My goal is to make and inspire people to reach their athletic goals, using the techniques and resilience that I’d developed throughout 15 years putting up with a professional triathlon carrer X sales trader carrer in an investment bank, without loosing the focus on family, work, friends and life!"  

  • Based in San Diego, CA
  • Coaching Certification: Biomechanics Analysis and Dynamic Force Method - University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Education: Business Administration (Universidade Mackenzie-Sao Paulo) / Grad: International Business (UCSD)
  • Top Pro South American 70.3 Ironman Triathlete
  • Top Pro Long Distance Athlete in the World - 2010
  • 4 x Pro Top 5 Brazilian Champs - Olympic Non-Draft 
  • 10 x Top 3 Pro American Circuit


Domingo Pandelo

Pandelo started his career in the Military, then transition to Investment Banking but later decided to follow his true passion - Sports. He went back to school and earned his Bachelor in Sports Science and Masters in Exercise Physiology. Now, Pandelo is pursuing his PhD. Pandelo's dedicated passion for sports science motivated him to open a High Performance Center in Santos / Brazil (CAP - Centro de Alta Performance) where he works with athletes of all sports ranging from amateurs to Olympians! Pandelo is an avid endurance athlete; participating in running, cycling and triathlon events all over the world.