Rafael Baugh (B.Sc Physiotherapy)

Physiotherapist, High Performance Director

Raf is a Physiotherapist and High Performance Director of Front Runner Sports. He is one of Australia’s most trusted experts in exercise prescription and load management for endurance athletes and is increasingly involved in education and mentorship of fellow Physiotherapists and Coaches. In his athletics career, he represented Australia as a professional at 4 World Championships, achieving a #3 ITU Duathlon world ranking and achieving podium finishes at ITU Oceania, Asian and European Championships and 6th at the ITU World Championships. He is an 8* West Australian athletics champion.



Ben Green (B.Sc Hons; Level 4 IAAF Coach)

Coaching Director; Sports Science Consultant (Biomechanics)

Ben is a world class running expert who specialises in delivering consulting services; personalised running plans and one on one technique enhancement sessions. Ben coaches many emerging national/international middle and long distance runners as well as recreational athletes of all levels. He has a proven record of helping athletes exceed their goals with evidence based programming, cutting edge insights and up to date scientific knowledge.

Ben is a quality educator who currently facilitates for the IAAF (middle and long distance running) and Athletics Australia (recreational and middle & long distance running). Increasingly, Ben consults in the area of Physiology, Biomechanics and Footwear assessment to government, corporate and sporting groups.



Abby Dixon (B.Sc Physiotherapy; Master of Clinical Physiotherapy)

Master Clinical Physiotherapist 

Abby graduated from Curtin University in 2005 and has over fifteen years of private practice experience. She has continued to develop her craft, completing post graduate studies and attaining her Masters of Clinical Physiotherapy.

Abby is specifically trained in Strength and Conditioning of female athletes, kinetic link training and deep motion systems which helps ensures our values of helping runners of all ages, abilities and background meet their health, fitness or performance goals.

She has a strong personal interest in fitness for physical and mental health. Abby enjoys running marathons and has completed the New York and Paris Marathons but more recently has become a “trail addict” and increasingly enjoys running off road events. Like many, she has a love of coffee, chocolate and red wine.

Cameron McQuie (B.Sc Physiotherapy; L1 ASCA Coach)


Cameron is a Physiotherapist and Level One ASCA strength and conditioning coach with a keen interest and experience in cricket, football, surfing and cross country running. Cameron graduated from Curtin University in 2017 and started with Front Runner Physiotherapy in 2018.

Cam has an interest in childhood movement development and injury management as well as acute injury and rehabilitation for athletes of all ages. He conducts one on one and group strength assessment for those aiming to improve their performance and avoid injury or simply to get fitter.

With an interest in low back pain, neck pain and shoulder injury Cam combines Physiotherapy management with Strength and conditioning to get the best out of your body and keep you moving.


Andrea Bell (Level 2 AA Coach, IAAF Kids Coach)

Community Development Manager; FRESH Women’s Fitness Coordinator

Andrea is an Accredited coach with Athletics Australia (Level 2, Recreational Runner), with personal running experience over all distances up to Marathon and Ultra Marathon Trail Running.  As a keen runner herself,

Andrea understands the challenges of juggling family, children, work and training commitments, in order to maintain a happy, healthy life balance.

Andrea manages the Front Runner FRESH Women’s Only program, she coaches recreational runners with goals from 5k-marathon, she is session coach at the Front Runner South of the River group sessions and manages the Front Runner “Trackstars for Kids” skill development program.

Derek Cross (B. Eng; Level 1 TA)

Coaching Consultant- Triathlon

Derek is an accredited Triathlon Australia Development Coach who has a passion for helping people achieve their Ironman and Half Ironman Triathlon goals. Derek brings with him a broad range of experiences gathered over a lifetime of sport. Having been a competitive swimmer, a member of the WAIS rowing program, and an Age Group and Professional Triathlete, as well as being a full time engineer and a father of two, Derek is able to look at sport from multiple perspectives to help people define and reach their targets no matter what phase of life they are in.

Derek loves the bike, in particular helping people find those one percenters that can add up to make a big difference on race day. Derek also has a long history with the water (he has been swimming since

he was two) and enjoys sharing that passion with others, particularly those who may not be that comfortable in the triathlon swim leg. In particular Derek enjoys helping those new to triathlon develop so that they can achieve those goals that they may have previously considered impossible.

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