Special Olympics Pennsylvania

Coaching/Track staff

The Founders Council of the UNcathlon is here to support your training goals every step of the way. Each week we will be sending you helpful instructional videos to help prepare you for the April 9th event & to help you achieve your overall fitness goals.

Rich ButlerMeet Richard Butler (CoachRTB)

Coach RTB has been a fitness professional for over 33 years. He has physically trained and mentally coached NCAA athletes , Olympians, NFL, NHL, and members of the USA Karate Team.

Coach RTB leads several group exercise workouts per week including RowFit and Cycling at Mecka Fitness ( an indoor rowing program) Sound Boot Camp at BRN Fitness

Coach RTB is a certified life and leadership coach with the compassion of Gandhi and the straight forwardness of Dr. Phil. His training philosophy is simple. Fail to plan , plan to fail!

Life Long Learning

Graduate Coach U 2003



Becky WesolowskiMeet Becky Wesolowski

Becky is the Office Manager of Restorations Physical Therapy, a small private physical therapy clinic in the South Hills of Pittsburgh. Before joining the Restorations team in 2011, she worked as the Director of PUMP’s Pittsburgh Sports League for over six years. She has held positions at Google and The Coro Center for Civic Leadership. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2002. Becky is a Pittsburgh native and currently resides in Whitehall with her family.

Hank MarzialeMeet Hank Marziale

Hank began his coaching career in 1972 as an assistant football coach at North Hills High School. In 1986 Hank was selected as Head Football Coach at Richland High School and served in that capacity for 8 years. Since then, Hank has stayed active in football coaching at Avonworth, Pine-Richland, Quaker Valley, North Hills, Penn Trafford, Deer Lakes and currently at Northgate High School as Defensive Co-Ordinator.

In 1978, Hank began his track coaching career at North Hills as the hurdle, long jump and triple jump coach for both boys and girls. He retired in 2011 due to a family illness. Hank has coached many medalists, finalists and champions at both the WPIAL and PIAA levels. A number of student athletes he coached over the years have gone on to successful college careers in track and field or football, including into the NFL. Hank is still active as clinician and teacher for the Pine-Richland Track and Field Winter Clinic and was a long standing member of the Pine Township’s Parks and Recreation Commission where he was named a Premier Volunteer.

Hank has a BS degree in education from IUP and a MA in History from Duquesne. After 36 years of teaching, he retired from North Hills High School and is currently working part time in the fitness area at the Pine Township Community Center. Hank resides in Pine Township with his wife Ellen.

Meet Nate Quinlan

Nate, Director of Sales and Operations, of New Balance Pittsburgh has served the running/walking community for over 5 years. With locally owned locations in Wexford, Oakland and Homestead, New Balance Pittsburgh aims to serve a wide range of communities with a total sit and fit experience. Nate, a runner himself, holds Special Olympics Pennsylvania close to his heart which makes it easy for him to be a major sponsor and supporter of our UNcathlon event. Stop in soon to any location and see what New Balance has to offer.