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Paul Fabish

Nov 30, 10 17:22

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Paul Fabish, MSS (Masters Degree in Sport Management), owner of Fabish Sport, LLC, is a seasoned athlete who has competed in bicycle races ranging from 200-meter match sprints on the velodrome, to the transcontinental Race Across America (RAAM). He is a pioneer in the sport of triathlon, with races starting in 1984, including IRONMAN and Big Island ULTRAMAN finishes.
As a coach, he has helped clients earn podium spots in Paralympic, Masters and Elite World and National Championships, as well as regional and local races. He also has helped those who simply wanted to lose weight and enjoy their cycling experience.
His bicycle fitting education includes certification by Softride as a Performance Services Technician, Serotta; both Basic and Advanced, and the Fitting Institute of Slowtwitch (FIST).
During the period that he operated the Complete Cycle Training Center, he sold custom GURU bicycles (along with Serotta, Parlee and Calfee) to coaching clients, along with many others in the cycling and triathlon community.
He has a background in business and financial services as a Financial Advisor for Morgan Stanley. He built a book of business of high net worth investors from scratch, using cold calling as a means of marketing.
Most recently, he was honored with a crane industry award as a “2010 Top Trainer” for developing and implementing an advanced course in material handling for the commercial nuclear power field.
In summary, Paul has an unparalleled background as an athlete, coach, bicycle fitter, businessman and corporate technical trainer. His lifestyle allows him to travel extensively.

http://www.fabish-sport.com


Paul Fabish

Dec 8, 10 9:49

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Thanks to all that helped me. This forum ROCKS!!!! Headed to www.stpetebicycleandfitness.com

http://www.fabish-sport.com