Hank Campbell has been coaching athletes of all abilities for over 14 years now. He has a B.S. in Exercise Science from Ole Miss (The University of Mississippi). His minor study was in nutrition and dietetics.
"I studied what I was passionate about in school. I wanted to be a better athlete and although I didn't know it at the time, learning the fundamentals of sports physiology and human movement led me directly to coaching and helping others as well as myself."
While at Ole Miss, Hank competed in Cross Country and Track & Field, earning letters all 4 years while there. Also while in school, Hank competed and trained in cycling, swimming and multisport events and founded the Ole Miss Triathlon Club. This led to the dream of becoming a professional triathlete once he graduated.
"At my very first triathlon, I knew this was something I could do for the rest of my life!"
As an elite athlete, he has competed at the Duathlon World Championships, the USA Triathlon pro National championships and at countless other major and minor races over a 11 year career. He also has raced multiple Ironman 70.3 events, the Gran Prix of Cyclocross, the Leadville 100 MTB (sub 9 hour) & finished second in his debut marathon at the Mercedes Marathon in 2012.
He has coached multiple athletes to National and World Championships, instructed training groups of 2 to 30 people at a time and loves cheering for every athlete on the racecourse!
He is partner to his wife Carrie Pratt for over 6 years and is also a (mostly) stay at home dad to his young son Miles. He strives for balance as a coach, athlete, husband and father daily.
"I believe in sport & I feel the human condition is best conditioned through physical exertion."