Thinking of Joining USA Triathlon?

Be a part of our 550,000 member community of multisport athletes. Membership benefits include a subscription to the quarterly USA Triathlon magazine, discounts from USA Triathlon partners, inclusion in the national rankings, excess accident insurance at events, and savings at races. To see why you should join or renew today, visit the membership benefits page. Already a member? Login below.

Forgot Password | Help Renew Membership Become a Member
  • andy potts

    Submit a Question for Triathlete Andy Potts

    What questions do you have for Andy Potts, who raced his way to a fourth-place finish at the 2014 IRONMAN World Championship? Send us your questions today, and tune into the live chat on Monday to hear his responses. Everyone who submits a question will be entered into a random drawing for a FREE Rudy Project helmet. Paul Phillips/Competitive Image

  • spinach and red pepper polenta cakes

    Spinach & Red Pepper Polenta Cakes

    Looking for a healthy, portable snack made from real food? This high-performance recipe for spinach and red pepper polenta cakes from “Feed Zone Portables” is easy to prepare and delicious at home or on the go. Biju Thomas and Allen Lim

  • swimming

    Thoughts from the Middle of the Pack

    Do crazy thoughts go through your mind mid-race? If so, you’ll be able to relate to age-grouper Ken Pearce’s ramblings from the middle of the pack as he works through his goal of completing a race in every state. Jeff Phelps/USA Triathlon

  • collegiate nationals

    Blazing a Trail to NCAA Triathlon

    When triathlon earned NCAA Emerging Sport for Women status in January 2014, it was a victory for many collegiate athletes. This weekend, top collegiate women will pave the way for youth and junior girls and the future of NCAA triathlon by competing in the the inaugural Women's Collegiate Triathlon National Championships. Mario Cantu/CIMAGES

  • workout

    8 Workouts for Your Fastest Sprint Triathlon

    Sprint triathlons can be tough, as most of the race can be close to and often beyond your lactate threshold. Here are eight workouts to help you race at a high heart rate and power output for your fastest sprint yet.

  • burnout

    Battery Low: Postseason Burnout

    By the end of race season, most of us feel we’re running on empty. The body and mind need time for recovery — to refresh and renew. Sport psychology consultant Cheryl Hart discusses how to avoid burnout.

« »

Find a Local Race
See All Sanctioned Events »
Sponsored byactive logo

Connect with us