“People reached out to us about how they wished they could train for endurance events like triathlons, but didn't feel like they belonged in that arena.”
Training for these middle school students isn't just about covering the distance.
It's baptism by fire for many of the cadets—but the skills and teamwork learned pay off down the road.
Even the cancellation of the biggest race in town, Ironman Louisville, can’t stop this club from spreading their love of swim-bike-run.
Inspired by her previous club of multisport women, Michelle McGuinness was determined to bring that to her new town—with the guidance of the women who came before her.
In just one year, this Facebook group for women on bikes has gained more than 1,300 members around the world.
The Walnut Creek Masters Swim gathers every Thanksgiving morning for a special four-course "buffet" of swimming—and we've got the recipe for the first two courses.
A running club at a homeless shelter on L.A.'s Skid Row has given more than 500 members a new lease on life.
“We like to say we’re fun-loving triathletes who train, race and howl together."
Training buddies Angi Klick and Sarah Hays are #friendgoals.
The Unbreakables triathlon club is made up of members who found triathlon in the process of overcoming difficult obstacles.
In Afghanistan, female triathletes are redefining what women can do.
At Tri My Best St. Louis, children with cerebral palsy become endurance athletes.
Dr. Nancy Iverson established PATHSTAR as a way to help residents of one of the poorest regions in the United States reclaim their health.
This multisport development program is looking to "advance people to new limits, inspire communities, and enact socio-cultural change."
MelRad Racing is still meeting up – just online.