Tony has coached athletes in many countries directly or by correspondence over the years. Not mentioned here are the triathletes who have represented their country in various age group categories because there are simply too many to list. The following list represents the best of the international women.
Ani De Leon (Philippines)
Tony has coordinated Ani's program since 2001. In that time she improved spectacularly . She has won her National Triathlon championship three times (2000-2003) as well as the 2002 Sprint and Ironman Titles. In 2003 Tony coached her into the National Triathlon team for Asian Games and National Cycling team for the South East Asian Games. A multi talented athlete she currently trains with the Philippine Cycling team and the National Swim squad as well as running under Tony's direction.
A consistent top 10 finisher during English 2001-2002 season and UK Age Group representative.
Multi event Triathlon winner in Australia in the late 1990's and a member of the New Zealand High Performance Squad.
Lydia De Vega (Philippines)
Asian and South East Asian 100m champion and winner of numerous sprint events from 100m to 400m in major Asian meets. Lydia ran 11.27 for the 100m as a 17 year old and represented the Philippines at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul.
Elmer Muros (Philippines) South East Asian 100m champion Long Jump Champion and a Philippines representative at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul.
South East Asian 100m champion Long Jump Champion and a Philippines representative at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul.