Seth Davis was a Triathlon coach at the University of California Berkeley from 2000-2015. While coaching at Cal the triathlon team: won the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships, won 4 men’s triathlon national championships, won 1 women’s triathlon national championship and the triathlon team has had 3 individual collegiate triathlon national champions. Several of the athletes Seth has worked with have become professional triathletes and represented the United States in international triathlon competitions. Seth was head coach for the Team in Training East Bay triathlon team – (the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society) from 1998-2008.
Seth ran collegiate track and cross country at UC Davis, is a USA Aquathlon age group national champion, a USA triathlon – All American, he qualified for the Xterra World Championships, he won the Escape from Alcatraz Aquathlon and the Escape from the Rock Aquathlon, and he has been inducted into the Cal Triathlon hall of fame.
Seth is a USA Triathlon (level I) certified coach, a USA Triathlon youth and junior certified coach, and he received an advanced triathlon coaching certification from Dave Scott through Team & Training. He is First Aid, CPR and Water Safety certified. In 2014 and 2015 he helped run a successful triathlon camp for junior triathletes ages 6-14. His favorite races are the Dipsea, Alcatraz triathlon, and Boston Marathon.
Seth founded the Otter Tri team and is Head Coach of the program. He loves working with triathletes of all levels from those who are racing for the first time to those racing at a professional level.
Seth has two boys who love swimming, soccer, water polo, surfing and triathlon.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Seth.