Erin Koerner


Mequon, Wisconsin

Coach Erin is a full-time paramedic. Currently, she works for Southern Ozaukee Fire Department and Milwaukee Area Technical College where she is in charge of the Milwaukee Fire Department Cadet Paramedic Program. She has a Masters Degree in Domestic Terrorism and spent a few years living in Kuwait working for the government, which was a life changing experience!

She got into triathlons a few years after graduating from University of Wisconsin Stevens Point where she ran Cross Country and Track and Field. She was one of the few who thought, the longer the race the better! She ran a few marathons, qualified for Boston, and then realized she needed a new challenge so tried triathlon. That was 14 years ago! She has been competing on and off since, but has been the most consistent in training and racing since joining C26 in 2019. She enjoys the full Ironman distance the most. As of September 2023, she will have completed her 8th full distance race.

Coach Erin is looking forward to coaching with C26 because she believes as human beings, we are made to accomplish hard things. Showing people they can be gritty, they are capable of doing challenging things, and they are allowed to feel proud is a gift to be involved in. Helping people along this journey and in life is a true gift.

Fun Facts About Coach Erin:

She fosters and adopts (foster failure) Great Danes from the Great Dane Rescue of Minnesota and Wisconsin. Currently, she has one pup named Odin, master thief and part terrorist. In her spare time, she spends time in Wisconsin with her family. She has a love for mustard and is in a mustard-of-the-month club. She also enjoys an adventure from time to time and hiked rim-to-rim-to-rim in the Grand Canyon—43 miles with 20,000 feet of elevation gain! It took a long 20 hours, but was incredible!

Erin Koerner

Coaching Rates

$195 for 1 month
$525 for 3 months
$1,000 for 6 months
$1,800 for 12 months

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