Recent News:

26.October.2018  UPDATE 

My 31st full Iromman is in the books and my third IM World Championship is a sweet memory.  I had some major back issues leading into this event that didn't help with the the day.  I rolled with what I had and enjoyed the ride and smiled a lot!  

I am wrapping up USAT Level 2 Endurance coaching certification and should have news on that soon.  Lots of inquiries about the team for 2019 so it is looking like a great year already!
31.August.2018  UPDATE 

Just a few more races left for your team for the year.   We have an athlete participating in Worlds for long course duathlon, an athlete at age group nationals for short course and two going for their first Ironman branded 140.6 events.  I will be competing in Kona for the third time in October.   I completed my 30th IM at Mont Tremblant (as a training day) and should be ready to go for the Hawaii event.  

The Ironman Louisville camp was a success with a lot of great information, great effort and wonderful SAG support.  We already have requests in for next year.  

We only have a couple slots left on the UM team.  Price increases for new athletes will go into effect after October 31.  Join now to freeze your pricing.   

18. November.2017 UPDATE 


Last Sunday was my 29th full Ironman.  I finished in 4th place at Ironman Los Cabos and earned my spot for the 2018 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.  I completed 4 140.6+ events this year and the season came to a close with complete success!


What a great season for our UM athletes! We have seen success at all distances of triathlon.  Many podium spots, age group and overall.  Qualification for World Championships  at multiple distances.  First time finishers for half iron and full iron races and more! I set a PR for Ironman of 9:46 earlier this month at Ironman Louisville. 

All of our team members are setting PRs and racing very well.  Kudos to everyone for the great effort and dedication.  I recently competed at the first ever Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon. I placed 22nd overall and raced well, despite what was thrown at us. This was my first extreme triathlon. I would like to shoot for Norseman next as well as Ultraman Hawaii. Within the next couple months, I have Ironman Idaho, 70.3 Worlds and Ironman Louisville.  This will be my 11th time racing IMKY.

So far this has been a great year for Ultimatemultisport athletes.  We have had several AG podiums and wins. I competed at Honu 70.3 on the last day of Epic Camp Hawaii and qualified for the 70.3 World Championships.  I also was 23rd overall at the inaugural Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon. I still have 2 full and 1 half IM left for the season.  We have lots of veteran team members and a couple new ones this year.   Everyone is progressing wonderfully.   A lot of new PR's for 2017!

This is looking like a promising season, especially coming off the success of our athletes from 2016.  We had a full house of athletes and we coached everything from sprint races to competitive Ironman.  We have several returning members with even bigger goals than last year.   We are looking at being competitive at Age Group Nationals as well as an athletes with their first Half and Ironman finishes.  I personally have 3 Ironmans on the calendar and am looking forward to a great 2017 season. 

Most athletes have already set PRs for this ​season.  One has podium short course finishes and another set almost a 2-hour PR for Challenge Roth.  I am still healing from my bike crash at Ironman Texas and hope to be back at 100 percent for Louisville.  

​Almost a full ship of athletes for the 2016 season!  If you are thinking about coaching, I have a couple spots left and that is it for the year.  Things are going great, I am recently married and back from the fracture and starting to ramp up for the season. Please visit my sponsors and have a great year!

More athletes have signed on and are doing fantastic with their training.  We have everything from sprint athletes to Ironman athletes this year.  I am personally signed up for three Ironman races in 2016.  That will take me to 25 for my career.