Welcome to our 2017 Season

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The Triangle Multisport Inside Out Sports Triathlon Team is made up of elite amateur and professional multi-sport athletes focused on competing at the highest levels, while helping to grow the triathlon community.

Hailing from the Triangle of North Carolina, (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and surrounding communities), the team is made up of about twenty selected members who participate in high profile triathlons and duathlons, as well swimming, cycling, and running races.

Our 2017 team is presented by Triangle Multisport of Durham and Inside-Out Sports with stores in Cary, Raleigh, and Charlotte.

Recent Posts

2017 new IOS Elite team member bio

Posted on by Geraldine Walker

My name is Geraldine Walker and I am excited and honored to be selected into the IOS team for 2017. I have participated in triathlons and  duathlons in the last 5 years and every year I grow more as a … Continue reading

Battle at Buckhorn

Posted on by Cid Cardoso, Jr

It seems that these days if you are a competitive triathlete, the racing season revolve around an Ironman 70.3 in the spring and Ironman in the fall, or some variation of this format. However the last few years, I found … Continue reading

Granite Falls and Refocusing in the Sport

Posted on by Robert VanGraafeiland

The 2016 season was planned to be an interesting year for me as I had taken on a different work environment and schedule.  The main issues was that my training schedule had been cut by 50% and shift drastically in … Continue reading

IM Chattanooga

Posted on by Cari Soleo

After racing half IM distance and shorter triathlons for the past nine years, I finally took the plunge and signed up for my first full IM last September after volunteering at the 2015 Chattanooga race.  I was really unsure how … Continue reading

Hot Weather Racing

Posted on by Sara Larson

This racing season has been filled with speed suits and lots and lots of sun and sweat! Raleigh 70.3 was the beginning of hot races for me. I had a slow but steady swim without my trusty HUUB wetsuit. Then … Continue reading