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

  • 03/04/18 USMES Team Camp Tucson, AZ
  • 04/07/18 Umstead 100 Mile Endurance Run Raleigh, NC
  • 04/07/18 Cooper River Bridge Run, 10K Charleston, SC
  • 04/19/18 Sea Otter Classic Monterey, CA

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Recent News & Features

USMES Announces partnership with Yakima®

16 Feb 2018 Whether packing bikes and running shoes for a triathlon workout on Coronado Island, or loading Nordic skis into a SkyBox in Colorado Springs, America’s troops and their families lead active, adventurous lives. US Military Endurance Sports (USMES), a 501(c)3 non-profit and the leading endurance sports and healthy lifestyle organization for America’s military and Veteran communities, is proud to announce a partnership with Yakima, a world leader in vehicle racks and cargo solutions. Read more

Sneaky ways to help you drink more water (featuring USMES member Eric Haselby)

16 Feb 2018 USMES member and staff, Master Sergeant Eric Haselby of the U.S. Air Force, provides insight on how to add more water to your daily plan to stay well hydrated and perform better. Eric is a competitive endurance runner who holds a master’s degree in health and sports science with a concentration in exercise science and human performance. Read more

How to Train Alone on a Tiny, Remote Island (featuring USMES member Jessica Lukasik)

15 Feb 2018 Jessica Lukasik understands teamwork. As a Junior Lieutenant in the U.S. Coast Guard, a former member of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Triathlon Team, and now an athlete on the U.S. Military Endurance Sports (USMES) elite team, the 25-year-old thrives on the camaraderie and commitment to team and country that it takes—whether on duty or on the race course—to get her job done. Read more