Support crew

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Wai Mun is very fortunate to have passionate and like-minded friends who believe in him and have come on board to be part of this amazing crew. Their experience, professionalism and relentless strive for excellence is a major motivating factor for Wai Mun.


Louis Yiau – Strength and Conditioning Coach

Louis has a Bachelors degree Sports Science. He is a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), which is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning (NSCA), USA,  has a Club Weighlifting Sports Power Coach 1 License, Australian Weighlifting Federation, certified Physical Conditioning Specialist (CPCS) Level II, under the National Sports Institute of Malaysia, certified Anatomy Trains Myofascial Meridians for Manual Therapists  He specializes in resilience and performance training.

With 10 years of experience at the elite level, Louis was Conditioning Specialist and Team Leader for Malaysia’s  2006 Asian and Commonwealth Games Karate-Do and Taekwondo Performance team with the National Sports Institute of Malaysia and was the Performance Conditioning coach for swimming and badminton with the Singapore Sports Institute.


Sandy Mitchell (Coach, Mercantile Rowing Club) – Rowing Coach

Alastair Isherwood (Head Coach, Mercantile Rowing Club) – Rowing Coach

Dan Plews – Exercise Physiologist

Dan PlewsDan has Masters Degree in exercise physiology and works closely with many endurance sports such as triathlon, rowing and cycling. He strongly believes in a scientifically based approach to all training.

With nearly 15 years of triathlon racing experience, Dan he has been British Junior and Youth Triathlon Champion, British Grand Prix Champion and a medalist in the British Elite Men’s Sprint Championships. Now living in Singapore, Dan competes regularly on the Asian Triathlon circuit as a leading age group athlete with Team BeatsPerMinute.

John Mahoney – Sports Psychologist

John has a Masters Degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology and is concerned with the development and functioning of individuals in high performance settings.

He spent time working with the Singapore Sports Institute in 2009 before returning to Brisbane, Australia, to work for High Performance Psychology, a performance consultant group. His main interests are in the field of mental toughness, resilience, performance anxiety and clinical sport psychology.


Gay Horan – Rowing Coach

Dan Plews – Exercise Physiologist

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