Trevor Hendy is unchallenged as “the greatest Ironman in the world”. The pride of Australian Surf Lifesaving, Trevor’s list of achievements would make most sportsmen and women turn green with envy.
Competing for the Surfers Paradise Club on the Gold Coast, Trevor won six Australian Open Ironman titles surpassing Grant Kenny’s record. His string of Queensland titles stretch back to the mid 1980’s and in 1994 he claimed his fourth consecutive World Ironman title in the United Kingdom. This feat was regarded miraculous considering the world title is only held every 2nd year and involves many rounds for qualification.
Given the list of possible outcomes, it was this winning streak that first stamped Trevor’s ability to consistently feel his way through any situation as something special indeed (an ability that would come in very handy ins his later corporate life). This was driven home also in 1994 when Trevor swept away all before him, creating a unique record of five 1st placings and two 2nd placings out of 7 professional starts in that season’s Ironman Super Series, leaving him unquestionably at the pinnacle of his sport.
Trevor fills his days Training and mentoring a few select clients with no prejudice towards skill or achievement level. Whilst he loves to guide anyone who wants to make change, his client list also includes some of the Worlds sporting and business elite. He mixes his experience as a counselor, life coach, sporting coach and elite athlete to guide everyone he works with, to bigger and better things. He specializes in connecting with his clients at a deep enough level to find the personal negatives holding them back and unleash the passion they need to “go the whole way”. He is a renowned and highly sort after problem solver, specializing in conflict resolution and works regularly with large corporate organizations to inspire and unite their teams with an emphasis on creating a wave of success and riding it. He personally customizes his corporate programs and guides his clients with the care and commitment he would give a family member.