For several years, he’s supported international athletes like Sale’s Jack Andrew, who went on to achieve the junior world championship entry score; Jess Taylor, Joe Lancaster, Brogan Crowley, Jasmin Dotzek and Alex Wort, who all competed for Great Britain and England; and Macclesfield’s Ashley Pritchard. Over the years Chris's athletes have achieved over 100 international vests and over 40 English Schools medals.
In more recent years, he’s mentored Sale Harrier coaches Grace Bower, Les Randles, Matt Cullen, Ashley Pritchard, Josh Mouland, Nicola Cahill, Danielle Parkinson and also parents like Mike Jackson and Joanne McTiffin. In 2015, he also ran a Combined Events course on behalf of England Athletics.
In 2014 / 15, he coached Grace Bower to No. 1 U17 heptathlete in GB though still in her first year, Meg McHugh, also a year younger, he coached to No. 2 heptathlete in GB. Harry Lord, another of Chris athletes, is now ranked No. 5 in U20 decathlon in GB and narrowly missed out on this year's Youth World Championships. Ellie Jackson, he's coached to No.7 pentathlete in GB. A highpoint of 2015 was coaching Harry Lord to the U20 silver medal and Grace Bower to the U17 bronze medal at the English Schools Combined Events Championships. Grace went to represent England at the international CE in Glasgow.