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The Industry Conference for Endurance Sports

While the future for all large events remains uncertain, we are optimistically continuing to plan for Endurance Exchange 2021, scheduled for January 27-30 in Tempe, Ariz.

The endurance sports industry has been deeply impacted by COVID-19, and many questions are still unanswered. However, community can help us all heal, and we intend Endurance Exchange to serve as a forum and resource for endurance sports industry professionals to come together and share best practices, challenges, ideas and more as we all work through this together.

We will continually evaluate the situation while prioritizing the health and safety of participants, staff and the local community. All decisions regarding the event will be made with guidance from state and local authorities, and will align with local protocol.

Location: Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, AZ, 85287

Dates: January 27-30, 2021

Hosted by USA Triathlon and Triathlon Business International, Endurance Exchange is the nation’s largest endurance sports conference. It is designed to grow, inspire and support the endurance sports industry and provide a forum where everyone within the multisport community can learn; share best practices, trends and innovations; network; and celebrate.

It comprises three former USA Triathlon-hosted industry events, the USA Triathlon Race Director Summit, the Art and Science of Triathlon International Coaching Symposium and the Medical Multisport Conference, as well as the Triathlon Business International Annual Conference.




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    Dan Ashworth | President, Ashworth Awards
    “On behalf of Ashworth Awards, an official partner of both TBI and USA Triathlon, I think that combining the TBI Annual Conference and USA Triathlon conferences into one annual event is a great idea. This will allow suppliers, partners, race directors, coaches and other individuals or companies involved in multisport the opportunity to attend a single conference instead of two or three, which has been hard to manage in the past. Having a single event should also increase attendance and allow for better collaboration between event directors, partners, sponsors and others. It is good for the overall sport. We look forward to seeing all of our partners and customers at the new Endurance Exchange conference in January.”

    Toby Green | Vice President – Business Development, ACTIVE Network

    “As an official partner of both TBI and USA Triathlon, ACTIVE Network is thrilled to see the combination of two of the top multi-sport resources for race directors, coaches and athletes all under one roof. This will provide an exciting opportunity for collaboration and idea sharing in the sports and event management community. ACTIVE remains committed to providing technology-enabled, software-driven solutions that connect people to the things they love, want and need to do. Making the world a more active place is not only our mission, it’s our way of life.”

    Peter Hurley | CEO, American Bicycle Group
    "The Triathlon Business International conferences have allowed me to network with members of our industry that have proved to be valuable in both my career and in my personal life. I’m looking forward to seeing and being a part of the growth Endurance Exchange produces in the world of triathlon and the endurance industry.”  

    Christy Lausch | Founder and Head Coach, Mini Cow Tri/MC Elite

    “As a coach and team leader, I’m excited about Endurance Exchange and the consolidation of industry thought-leaders into one keynote conference. The format of the conference provides a unique and innovative opportunity to expand on both foundational and targeted topics, network with peers and come away with meaningful and tactical learnings that can make an immediate impact on the athletes we support.”

    Rachel Martin | Founder and CEO, Forward Motion Events
    “Continuing education and collaboration are vital to the growth of our businesses. As a race director who previously attended both TBI and the USA Triathlon Race Director Summit, I am thrilled to have a combined event where people don't have to decide which conference to travel to. We will be able to get more done in less time while learning from experts and collaborating across the multisport industry.”

    Andrew Messick | President and Chief Executive Officer, IRONMAN
    “It’s encouraging to see triathlon’s continued movement toward greater collaboration among key participants. On behalf of IRONMAN, we look forward to Endurance Exchange and supporting the positive impact it should have on triathlon.”

    Lance Panigutti | Owner, Without Limits Productions
    "For years, the triathlon community — and really, the endurance community at large — has been fragmented. Which event to attend? The TBI Annual Conference, USA Triathlon Race Director Summit, or the coaches’ symposium?  This isn't just a question that race directors were contemplating, but coaches, athletes, industry brands and governing body representatives. Endurance Exchange finally recognizes a long overdue need to stop the divide. Finally, we can all learn from each other and move the sport out into the public eye with one collaborative vision. I, along with my entire staff, look forward to attending for many years to come."

    Andy Potts | IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion, 2004 U.S. Olympian
    “It is an exciting time to be an endurance athlete. Three events; TBI, the Art & Science of Triathlon International Coaching Symposium and the USA Triathlon Race Director Summit have been combined into one experience. This will allow the most disparate voices to contribute to our future. Having different and strong voices leading the way for all athletes, beginner to professional, will strengthen our foundation as well as provide direction for new initiatives. The sport of triathlon is growing globally, and this event will help us take advantage the opportunities that are in front of us.”


    USA Triathlon is proud to serve as the National Governing Body for triathlon, as well as duathlon, aquathlon, aquabike, winter triathlon, off-road triathlon and paratriathlon in the United States. Founded in 1982, USA Triathlon sanctions more than 4,300 events and connects with more than 400,000 members each year, making it the largest multisport organization in the world.

    Triathlon Business International is a global organization dedicated to promoting the sport and business of triathlon. TBI was founded by a coalition of industry leaders who saw the need for the triathlon business community to come together in an organization dedicated to promoting the sport and the business of triathlon. Information about membership can be found at