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we believe in supporting athletes, clubs and races that have made a commitment to actively improve the sport of triathlon. Our sponsorship programs reward those who are willing and able to go the extra mile to ensure the vitality of triathlon remains strong through the years and who set examples of living a healthy, triathlon-friendly lifestyle. Keep an eye out on the race course for our individually sponsored athletes, sporting the red, white and blue of Or if you are looking for a club to join or race to participate in, take a look at who we are supporting in your area. And if you’re signed up to participate in a race we will be expoing at, make sure to stop by and say hello!

Latest News

Leanda Cave Continues Partnership with through 2015!
We are pleased to announce that Ironman World Champion Leanda Cave has signed on for another two years with Team TriSports. Leanda is an amazing athlete and an ideal representative for her sponsors, and we are so happy to continue our relationship!

Team TriSports & TriSports Champions Application process closed for 2014
Our application process for 2014 has now closed. Applicants will receive notification by January 15, 2014. Applications for 2015 will open in October 2014. Thanks for your interest! Like us on Facebook to keep up on all the latest news!

Sponsorship Opportunities always available for Clubs/Teams, Coaching Companies and Races
Click on the "CLUBS" and "RACES" links above to learn more about those programs and download the application. Coaches, please email us for an application. Thanks for your interest! Like us on Facebook to keep up on all the latest news!

St. Croix 70.3: Angela Naeth was 1st overall and set a new course record!

Cinco de Mayo 10K, Tucson: Bryce Phinney was 8th overall with a 36:38.

Ironman St. George: Rookie pro Thomas Gerlach was 4th overall.

Wildflower Triathlon: Leanda Cave was 4th overall Long Course, Mark Tripp was 1st amateur Olympic, and Thomas Taylor was 4th in the Olympic.

Broad Street 10-miler, PA: Polly Jansen was 5th F35-39 out of 2,688!

St. Anthony's Triathlon: Angela Naeth was 6th overall, Steve Rosinski was 7th elite amateur, and Allison Stewart was 8th elite amateur.

USAT Duathlon National Championship: Karin Bivens 1st F65-69, Billy Oliver 7th M45-49, and Leo Carrillo was
10th M45-49.

Fearless Triathlon: Kye Gilder was 2nd overall.

New Orleans 70.3: TJ Tollakson was 4th overall.

Leadman Epic 125k: Angela Naeth 1st overall, and Thomas Gerlach 3rd overall.

Texas 70.3: Missy Kuck was 12th overall, and Ali Rutledge was 8th F35-39.

XTERRA Real: Byrce Phinney 1st overall.

Oceanside 70.3: Sarah Jarvis 2nd F30-34 and 3rd amateur, Karin Bivens 2nd F65-69. Both qualified for the 70.3 World Championships!

Carlsbad 5000: Thomas Taylor 27th overall.

XTERRA Renegade: Bryce Phinney 1st overall.

Tucson Triathlon: Thomas Gerlach 1st place, Allison Stewart 2nd place, Bryce Phinney 3rd place, and Billy Oliver 2nd place M45-49.

Virginia Beach Shamrock Marathon: Polly Jansen 3rd F35-39, 3:16:24.

Desert Classic Duathlon: Sarah Jarvis 1st place amateur road, Thomas Gerlach 1st place professional off-road, Bryce Phinney 1st place amateur off-road, and Kara Middendorf 4th place professional road.

Abu Dhabi International: Angela Naeth 2nd overall.

Ironman 70.3 Panama: Angela Naeth wins overall and Leanda Cave places 4th.

Pemberton Trail 50k: Chrissy Parks is 3rd female and 9th overall in a time of 4:09:37.

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