Australian-born Jono Hall took over as head coach of Triathlon Canada’s National Performance Centre in Victoria in 2015. Focusing on developing the next generation of elite performers, Jono leads the coaching delivery and podium pathway for Canada’s top-level triathletes.Jono was the head triathlon coach at the Victorian Institute of Sport in Australia for seven years, and served as an assistant coach with Triathlon Australia’s national program, where he guided several elite athletes to the Olympic and World Championship podiums. As performance leader for United States Triathlon from 2012 to 2015, he played a key role in transforming its program into one of the best in the world.
As a Level 3 high-performance coach, Jono brings extensive coaching and leadership experience from major international Games: he was an assistant coach with Australia at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, coached at the 2012 Olympics in London and the 2008 Games in Beijing and took on the role of team leader for Canada at the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio.
Jono is a proven performer, combining innovation and strategic thinking with a deep understanding of the systems and structures required for long-term athlete development and a constant drive to achieve sustainable results. He excels at building world-leading coaching strategies, developing young athletes into champions, team building and international sport relations. Above all, Jono prides himself on achieving excellence both on and off the field of play.