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Liz Waterstraat

Elizabeth Waterstraat is the founder of Multisport Mastery, Inc. and a certified USA Triathlon Level II & Endurance Coach, Training Peaks Certified Coach, RRCA Certified  Run Coach, and USMS Level 3 Swim Coach with nearly 20 years of competitive and coaching multisport experience.  Since the inception of Multisport Mastery in 2007, Elizabeth has worked with athletes, beginner to advanced, all ages, from all around the world. Through a detailed approach aiming to develop both body and mind, she has developed athletes from amateur to elite, beginner to world champion. Elizabeth provides each athlete with a customized training plan supplemented with the support, education, and motivation to bring out each athlete’s very best. As a full-time business owner, well-accomplished multisport athlete, and parent of three children, Elizabeth understands the unique challenges of those blending their athletic goals with real life demands. Whether you’re looking to finish your first Ironman or stand atop the world championship podium, Coach Elizabeth is ready to engage, educate, and empower you to be at your very best.

Amanda Wendorff

A life-long athlete who first started coaching runners and swimmers in 2002, Amanda Wendorff is a full-time USA Triathlon and Ironman University certified multisport coach. Since Amanda joined Multisport Mastery in 2015, she has guided multiple athletes to World Championship and Boston Marathon qualifications, age group podiums, and personal records in all distances of triathlon and running. Also an attorney who formerly worked as a corporate litigator in Chicago, Amanda understands the complexities of juggling busy schedules and training, and works with each athlete to develop a program that will allow top performance while performing well in other parts of life. Amanda enjoys working with athletes in all stages in their athletic career, from rookies to those looking to stand atop the podium.

Kristan Huenink

Kristan Huenink has been exploring the Chicago in her running shoes for more than a decade and coaching runners from beginners to marathoners nearly as long. Kristan is a USAT-certified Level I Triathlon Coach, Slowtwitch-certified Swim Coach, and RRCA-certified Run Coach. She works with athletes of all levels to discover their athletic potential with a focus on developing the whole athlete, including mental toughness, tactical racing, nutrition, strength and endurance. She is committed to ongoing education, both as a coach and an athlete, in order to provide optimal support for the growth and development of her athletes. As an athlete, Kristan has completed countless road races from 5K to 26.2 (including 30 marathons to-date), open water swim races and triathlons of all distances (including 5 Ironman-distance races to-date), repeatedly qualifying for USAT Age-Group Nationals, earning Ironman All-World Athlete Bronze status and competing at the top of her age group at the Sprint distance.

Sarah Jarvis

Born and raised in a sporty family in Germany, Sarah Jarvis got into triathlon at the age of 16 and immediately fell in love with the sport. She successfully worked her way through the German junior ranks in the short distances and became certified as a youth triathlon mentor while in high school in order to share her passion with others. In her early twenties, she moved to the US where she established herself as the top Utah age grouper for many years. As a wife and mother of two boys, Sarah placed on the podium in several 70.3 World Championships and decided to take her pro card in 2014 to challenge herself further and experience the sport at the highest level. After two successful decades in triathlon, she is currently facing a significant change with her recent diagnosis of a severe auto immune disease called rheumatoid arthritis. However, her passion for and dedication to triathlon is stronger than ever and Sarah has really enjoyed bringing people into the sport and mentoring them for years before officially starting as a coach with Multisport Mastery in 2016. Sharing her extensive knowledge and love for this sport with others is what brings her true joy.