Making A Difference In Our Communities
These individuals and organizations are helping multisport become more diverse, inclusive and accessible through informative, innovative and creative methods.
Nia Obotette – Author
Athlete-turned-author Nia (Winston) Obotette wrote a children’s book titled “ I Am A Triathlete.” This book looks to change the narrative by exploring the need to see more people of color in triathlons and children’ s books.
Learn about clubs doing great things in the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion or Access space. If you are part of a club that has a DEIA focus, please reach out to us at email@example.com and share your story.
Meet These Clubs
An affiliate triathlon team of the DC Triathlon Club that provides its gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ) triathlete club members, and their friends, a comfortable team atmosphere for training, racing and socializing in the Washington, DC metro area
Learn about clubs doing great things in the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion or Access space.
|Black Triathletes Association||Learn More||Atlanta/GA|
|Dare2tri Paratriathlon Club||Learn More||Chicago/IL|
|District Triathlon||Learn More||Washington D.C|
|Diversity in Aquatics Masters Swim and Triathlon||Learn More||Sunrise/FL|
|Fil-Am Triathlon Club||Learn More||Artesia/CA|
|International Association of Black Triathletes (IABT)||Learn More||Middle River/MD|
|Muslimahs Endure||Learn More||Morrow/GA|
|Network of Multi-Sport African American Athletes (NOMSA3)||Learn More||Atlanta/GA|
|RYPE, Inc.||Learn More||Charlotte/NC|
|TriLatino Triathlon Club||Learn More||Bronx/NY|