This will be a short lived gig.
First off, Webb's credentials as an athlete is off the charts. He's one of the greatest runners ever in U.S. history. That being said, it seems he's been bouncing around with gigs for awhile. Diesel Trucks, coaching kids, coaching high school, coaching adults, triathlons, etc...... It's a similar pattern of his running career. Bouncing around with different coaches and locations trying to find a home. Coaching is a unique profession and being a former world class athlete doesn't guarantee you'll be a good coach. Webb was at his best when he was in a stable "Hand Holding" environment. Tell him what to do and when to do it and he was amazing. As soon as he tried to "Reinvent the wheel" and or look for greener pastures on his own he began to regress. He will find it very difficult to teach and communicate with athletes if he himself doesn't understand the process and not just the end result.
1 year max and he'll be gone. Back to fixing trucks.
My 2 cents