Kids with disabilities should never feel less then normal but they do. Kids with disabilities lack self confidence and self esteem often in life because of how society treat them. 

That's Unacceptable!

Female ages 25-34 are the largest population living below the poverty line; followed by age groups – Female (18 – 24 years old) and then Male (18 – 24 years old) across the state of Maryland.

That's Unacceptable!

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Our Mission

To provide advancement for urban youth and communities they represent through the sport of triathlon by being a gateway to reduce academic and health disparities and to increase opportunities for collegiate studies, internships, and economic development.

Develop athletic talent and the whole child, living in urban communities through the multisport industry.

                       OUR VISION

To become an international leader in connecting the sport of triathlon to urban youth, families, and communities.



Our Student Athlete Leadership Hybrid Program Participants is executing their TRIAD Initiatives for underserved and underrepresented communities.

In Their Own Words

BJ Simons, Co-Founder IABT Junior Multisport Club

Diagnosed with a Neurological Tick Disorder at Age 4, I LIVE with daily, triathlons help me to feel normal and to fit in, in society.

Savannah F., Triathlete

I am the youngest of a set of Fraternal Twins and people often think, I may not be able to do because of my size but triathlons have help to build my self confidence, self esteem and skill set in life.

Halee S. Co-Founder IABT Junior Multisport CLub

When I started middle school, I was shy, lacked knowing how to make friends, and didn't like public speaking but training for triathlons and advocating for urban youth in the sport, has changed my life.

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