Randy Soler is a bilingual Puerto Rican triathlete, masters swimmer, and coach living in Lafayette, Colorado.
Athletic and Coaching Highlights
- He is a coach of triathlon and running including Ironman triathlon, Olympic/Sprint Triathlon, first-time triathletes and marathon runners.
- An accomplished triathlete for more than 15 years and a masters swimmer for over four years, Soler grew up in the waters of Puerto Rico. Randy holds an associate degree in Adapted Physical Education from the University of Puerto Rico, Carolina Campus.
- He is a certified personal trainer and functional training specialist.
- As a part of performance training, he helps clients move efficiently and improve strength, balance and flexibility to prevent injury. *He is a certified instructor in Spinning, Xbike, Muscular Mass Nutrition (NSCA) and Alternative Training (TFF).
Soler uses USRPT, or ultra-short race-pace training, with his swimmers.
Working Athletes, Elite Athletes, Master Athletes, Return from Overtraining, Road Skills, Swimming Technique
Training Programs, Consultation, Clinics/Camps, Skills Training, Mental Coaching.
Open Water Swimming Coaching
- He coached Matthew Moseley for his 38 km solo swim in Puerto Rico called Cruce y Nado por los Arrecifes de Coral, a 12 hour 1 minute crossing from Isla Culebra to Fajardo in Puerto Rico in July 2014.
- He coached Matthew Moseley in a 47.5-mile (76.4 km) swimming descent downriver in the Colorado River in August 2015 for 13 hours 56 minutes.
- He hosts and coaches at the Adventure Swim Camp together with Matthew Moseley on 3-7 July 2015 in Isla Verde, Puerto Rico.
- He coached Matthew Moseley in a 76.4 km (50-mile) 3-day attempt between four islands in the Caribbean Sea called the Swim Across The Caribbean in July 2017.
- He organized the 2018 RSOT Swim Across The Caribbean where he kayaked for Joel Matos Ortiz on a 80.4 km stage swim from St. John’s to St. Thomas to Vieques to Ceiba, Puerto Rico in May 2018.
- He organized the 2019 RSOT Swim Across The Caribbean and kayaked for Joel Matos Ortiz on a 100 km non-stop charity swim from Jost Van Dyk in the British Virgin Islands to Ceiba, Puerto Rico on 24 May 2018 in 47 hours 6 minutes 25 seconds.
- He coached Joel Matos Ortiz to complete the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming in 27 days.
- On 16 July 2021, Matos completed a 32.3 km crossing of the Catalina Channel from Santa Catalina Island to the Southern California mainland at the age of 33 in 11 hours 56 minutes 0 seconds.
- On 25 July 2021, Matos completed the 45.9 km 20 Bridges circumnavigation swim around Manhattan Island in New York.
- On 12 August 2021, Matos completed a 33.5 km crossing of the English Channel from England to France in 13 hours 41 minutes 11 seconds to achieve the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming in 27 days.
- Joel Matos Ortiz Takes 27 Days to Complete the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
- Joel Matos Completes Fast Turnaround Of The Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming
- Joel Matos To Attempt #50x25
- Randy Soler coaching
- Back And Forth To Get Across And Around
- The Long And Short Of Training For Lake Pontchartrain
- Going Fast To Go Far
- Preparing To Paddle Across Pontchartrain
- Training For The Big Swim Across Lake Pontchartrain
- Matthew Moseley Makes It Across The 'Train
- Gator Doesn't Stop Matthew Moseley From The 'Train
- Dancing In The Water By Wayne Ewing
- Music Moving Moseley
- Crossing Culebra, Freestyle To Fajardo
- An Adventure Matthew Moseley Will Not Forget
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Scuba Dogs Society
- Matthew Moseley Does Swimming Descent Down Canyonlands
- Soler And Moseley Offer Adventure Swim Camp
- Matthew Moseley, Randy Soler To Swim The Caribbean
- Swim Across The Caribbean Facebook page
- Helping The Oceans From America's Heartland
- 50-mile, 3-day, 4-island Swim Across The Caribbean
- Marathoning Through Mush To Get What You Need
- Joel Matos To Swim 50 Miles Between 4 Islands
- RSOT - Swim Across The Caribbean
- 100 km In The RSOT Swim Across The Caribbean
- Joel Matos Ortiz To Start Swim Across Caribbean
- Joel Matos Ortiz Does Caribbean Century Swim In 47 Hours