Grant-Recipients

Our past grant recipients do amazing work in their communities and strive to make the multisport community better.

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Tri-Masters Sports Initiative Program
Tri-Masters empowers at-risk children through Triathlon in order to teach life lessons.
HSTriClub
The goal of HSTriClub is to help the health crisis in America by teaching our youth how to take care of their bodies.
I-Tri: Inspriational Triathlon Racing International
i-tri focuses on working with middle-school girls because research shows that the largest drop in self-esteem occurs during early adolescence.
International Association of Black Triathletes
Serves as a pipeline of opportunity for all including adults, but especially black youth and those living in urban communities.
Challeneged Athletes Foundation (CAF)
CAF provides opportunities and support to people with physical challenges, so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics.
Children's Health/ Triple Threat Tough Youth Triathlon Team
In a joint effort of Children's Medical Center and Triple Threat Tough Youth Triathlon Team to introduce the sport of triathlon to children who are struggling with obesity.
Dare2Tri
Dare2tri is an Illinois-based 501(c)3 non-for-profit organization with the mission to positively impact the lives of athletes with physical disabilities and visual impairments by developing their skills in paratriathlon.
Stanford Health
Tony Smoragiewicz, a National Team athlete, teamed up with Stanford Health. Their goal is to outfit the Sanford Youth Triathlon Training Program with rechargeable front and rear bicycle lights as well as patch kits for fixing flat tires.
Pillars of Promise
Enable low-income youth in Pensacola, Florida area Schools to participate in youth Multisport training programs and races.
Joshua Sweeney
Josh is an aspiring elite paratriathlete. His goal for the 2019 season was to race internationally to gain points to better his chances to make the 2020 Paralympic Team.
Renee Tomlin
Renee is pursuing one of the women's qualication spots for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, both on Mixed Team Relay and individual levels. Within this pursuit, she aims to podium and/or finish top-8 at World Cups and World Triathlon Series races.
Queens Univeristy of Charlotte
Encouraging and providing opportunities for young girls in the Charlotte area to participate in triathlon and help them gain confidence.
Gaylord Hospital Inc.
As part of the continuum of care offered by Gaylord Hospital, the SportsAssociation was established in 1995 to provide adaptive sports and recreation opportunities for peoplewith physical disabilities.
CORE Foundation
Over the past 13 years, CORE has raised over $700,000 through athletics and has infused that money back into programs to serve the community. They do this primarily through triathlon as a catalyst.
Exceeding Expectations
Encouraging and providing an opportunity for youth to participate in sport, particularly those sports that are not available in schools.
USAT Project Podium
The goal of the group is to develop top young male triathletes in the United States and achieve medal performances in major international competition and, ultimately, in the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games.

Past Recepients

Our past grant recipients do amazing work in their communities and strive to make the multisport community better. Below are some of the highlights of our 2019 giveback.
$3.2 Million
Charitable giveback across all programs since inception in 2014
500
Organizations or individuals supported to date
$100,000
Awarded to support all programs in 2019
$50,000
Supporting Olympic Hopefuls in 2019