Kevin has coached junior and U23 athletes at consecutive major games and ITU world championships from 2006-2010 as well as the 2013 Mixed relay championships Hamburg and the 2015 Grand Final Edmonton.He has also coached the Asian male U23 champion and in 2008 the Hong Kong Sports Institute program and qualified two Hong Kong athletes and one Syrian elite male to the Olympic Games in Beijing.
Kevin is an adaptable coach, always looking for new ways to improve his athletes performance from working in the high humidity and metropolis of Hong Kong to accepting the challenge of Edmonton, Alberta winters. In 2013 and 2017, he attended the 2nd ITU Science and Triathlon World Conference at the Swiss Federal Institute of Sports Magglingen and the Science in triathlon conference in Edmonton, Alberta. He is a ITU level 2 competitive coach and a Canadian NCCP competition development certified Triathlon coach. Kevin has a Bachelors of Science in sports science and a Higher National Diploma in sports coaching and development.
He has had professional coaching development at the Canadian National High Performance Squad Camp in Clermont Florida, and the high performance European base in Vitoria-Gasteiz in 2013. He was the Canadian Head Coach at the 2013 Hamburg World Triathlon Series (WTS), as well as the Canadian Junior Head Coach for the WTS 2015 Grand Final in Edmonton. In the past, Kevin was the Senior Provincial Coach in Alberta, Canada 2012-2016 and lead coach at the 2013 and 2017 Canada summer games.
He started the ETA program in 2010, and in 2012 he was named the Senior development Coach for Alberta’s first designated Triathlon Canada Regional Training Centre. Kevin is currently the head coach at the Edmonton Triathlon Academy whose mission is to coach and develop Edmonton youth, junior and U23 athletes.
Kinley Gibson has had a lifelong passion for endurance sport, and first became involved with the Edmonton Triathlon Academy as an athlete in 2010. She spent three years racing under head coach Kevin Clark, learning key lessons in training management, race day strategies, and how to find the balance between hard work and fun when pursuing triathlon goals!
She eventually made the transition to track cycling out of the triathlon program, where she found success at the national and international level. She raced as a national team athlete from 2014 to 2020, where she won multiple national championships, achieved numerous World Cup podium placings, and competed in the 2018 Commonwealth Games for Canada. Throughout her experience in elite cycling, her time with the ETA served as a valuable knowledge base in navigating the many challenges posed by a life competing at the highest level.
Kinley stepped away from the national team in 2020 and transitioned into her role as a cycling coach and personal trainer. She is an ACE-certified trainer and is currently completing her NCCP Competition Development certification in cycling. Kinley works with cyclists of any age who have performance-specific goals, and loves the problem-solving, creativity, and human connection that is the foundation of any great program. As part of the ETA, Kinley works specifically with younger athletes new to the world of road cycling, helping to build the skills required to be a successful triathlete while having lots of fun along the way!