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

  • 11/04/17 Ironman Florida: Panama City Beach Panama City, FL
  • 11/19/17 Ironman Arizona: Tempe Tempe, AZ

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Recent News & Features

USMES Members Advice to the 2017 Kona Freshman Class

14 Oct 2017 USMES members offer advice to Kona rookies the wisdom gleaned from experience on the Big Island. IRONMAN.com reached out to several Kona first-timers for the questions they were dying to ask, and sought answers from Kona veterans—some of whom have competed in Kona, and in other IRONMAN competitions, with an almost unfathomable frequency. Read more

Cowboy-Up! USMES Challenges the AR World Championships

21 Sep 2017 More distance, more elevation, more gear to haul, more navigation difficulty: heading to the 2017 Cameco Cowboy Tough AR World Championships, the eight-member USMES contingent knew to expect more. USMES racers accepted the 757 km long and challenging course. Enduring weather, a 100 km packraft stage, a 264 km mountain bike ride, physical and navigational stages over the 60 plus km Wind River Trek...and a mechanical bull?!?! Read more

Bolt’s true endurance as athlete tested in ‘17

14 Sep 2017 Jodie Bolt poses near the start line at the International Triathlon Union’s World Championships for Duathlon in Penticton, Canada, Aug. 19. She finished fourth in the sprint duathlon and second in the standard duathlon in her age group. Read more