Athlete In Mind was created by Andrew Cohen-Wray, an athlete with over two and a half decades of competitive experience, to help people of any sporting ability achieve the same mindset used by top-level athletes.
Our goal is simple: to offer the same level of service that Olympic level athletes receive to the everyday athlete. Thanks to our wealth of experience at the top levels of sport, along with our extensive network of affiliates offering a wide range of expertise, Athlete In Mind has made Mental Performance Coaching accessible to the normal runner and athlete.
A Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, together with 25 years competing, and learning from Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth Champions, Andrew understands the mental complexity of not only learning a new discipline, but competing at National and World Championships.
By working with these athletes who have competed at the highest level and learning from their coaches, he has discovered what it takes to develop new technical skills and the secrets behind elite mental preparation.
Andrew offers personalised and specific sessions to help people focus and achieve their goals, and delivers seminars and motivational talks at events and club meetings. He is proud to be able to give people the ability and confidence to take challenges in their stride with Olympic mental preparation.
His aim? To help people perform at their best, each and every time.
Having won numerous county and regional medals from 110m hurdles, 800m and cross country, Andrew has been in the thick of the athletics community for years. His accomplishments include:
National Bronze medal at the British Master Championship over 3000m Steeplechase (2014)
8 Marathons, including the London Marathon in 2009 and 2014
Represented Great Britain at the World Masters Championship 2015 in Lyon, France, in the 110m Hurdles and 400m Hurdles, finishing 14th and 21st
Won (and retained) the Bedfordshire County 110m Hurdles title and took a Bronze in the 3000m race in 2017