US Military Endurance Sports

The USMES Charter

The US Military Endurance Sports (USMES) program, a division of American Servicemembers Amateur Sports Inc. (ASAS), is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization chartered to support amateur athletes, endurance sports education and activities for current, retired, and veteran members of the United States Uniformed Services.


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Upcoming events

  • 03/05/17 USMES Team Camp Tucson, AZ
  • 04/20/17 Sea Otter Classic Monterey, CA
  • 06/10/17 Air Force Association Cycling Classic Arlington, VA

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Recent News & Features

US Military Endurance Sports Names Two New Vice Presidents

26 Dec 2016 US Military Endurance Sports (USMES), is welcoming Marine Corps veteran and former Prudential Financial executive, Ray Weeks, as Vice President of Development. In addition, long-time USMES professional Kathy Rakel has been promoted to a new level of responsibility as the Vice President of Finance & Human Resources. Read more

5 to 5/50 Mentorship Program

22 Nov 2016 USMES announces a new program titled – 5 to 5/50. It is a 5 month, mentorship based program designed to use cycling and running as means to encouraging healthier lifestyles. It includes expert designed fitness programming, nutrition education, and high-touch mentorship. We are especially excited about 5 to 5/50 because it not only positively impacts our members, but it broadens the impact of USMES by being offered to Veteran employee groups and Veteran employers. Read more

USMES Members Excel at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

28 Sep 2016 US Military Endurance Sports (USMES) is proud to feature key race results from its members who competed on Team USA in the Paralympics. Team USA concluded the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games with its most successful performances ever in recent history. 289 athletes competed and earned 115 medals, including 40 Gold medals. With a total of 18 podium finishes, the US Paralympic Cycling Team won the most ever medals at a Games. Read more

Shane Lee, Dirty Kanza 100-Mile Ride

03 Sep 2016 USMES member Shane Lee gives his honest perspective about using endurance sports to overcome the challenges of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Join Shane as he leads you through his journey and thoughts during his recently completed Dirty Kanza 100-mile gravel ride. Read more