Mike Neill

Mike Neill is a former professional Triathlete with 26 Ironman finishes over a 15 year career, including 11 Ironman World Championships where he was the top placing Canadian for 4 straight years from 2006 – 2009. Mike was named Triathlon Canada’s Elite Long Distance Athlete of the year in 2006.  Mike has been the Head Coach of Human Powered Racing Canada since it’s launch in 2006.

Originally from Kingston, Ontario, Mike has been involved in the sport of triathlon since 1994 and began his coaching career with the Queen’s University Triathlon Club in 1998. Since that time he has gone on to coach the Commonwealth Triathlon Club, Island Triathlon Club, Tyee Masters Swim Club as well as coaching a number of Triathlon camps both locally and internationally. Mike is an NCCP certified coach who uses his many years of racing and coaching to provide a dynamic and interactive coaching style to athletes of all ages and abilities.