Dom Waldouck

Margot Wells


Born in Scotland, 10th October, 1952, Margot Wells was a successful sprinter as Scottish 100/100 hurdles champion and is married to Allan Wells MBE. She is based in Guildford, Surrey where she is an elite sprint and fitness coach.

Margot Wells started her coaching career by helping her husband Allan Wells win an Olympic Gold and silver medal in the 100m and 200m respectively in 1980. She is currently coaching a crop of England's top rugby and hockey players as well as up and coming athletes. Recently she has launched a new company, Wellfast - Margot Wells School of Speed, that is designed to teach aspiring coaches of all levels the intricacies of making a student faster.

In the intervening years she has dedicated herself to understanding the science of speed and power and is now ready to share the secrets of her success. She is passionate about speed and the great effect it has on sportsmen and women and wants everybody to experience the pleasure of running faster.

Her stable of sportsmen and women includes:

Danny Cipriani Margot as a mentor- England and Wasps Fly Half
Andy Gomarsall - England and Harlequins Scrum Half
James Haskell - England and Wasps Back Row
Paul Sackey Margot as a mentor- England and Wasps Winger
Tom Voyce - England and Wasps Winger
Dom Waldouck - England Saxons and Wasps Centre
Tom Sergeant - England under 20 and Harlequins Flanker
Ryan Wilson - Scotland under 19 Back Row
Sam Smith - England under 18 and Harlequins Winger
Christian Lewis Pratt - Wales under 18 Fly Half
Joe McManus - Ireland under 18 Hooker
Sam Edgerley - England under 16 Winger
Will Collier - England under 16 Prop

As well as many other divisional players

Sophie Bray - England under 18 and under 21 squad
Jenny Chetwood - South of England squad

Zoe Wells - Windsor, Slough, Eton and Hounslow Sprinter
Leanne Poingdestre - Guildford and Godalming Sprinter

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