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USA TRIATHLON
MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of USA Triathlon is to grow and inspire the triathlon community.


VISION
Our vision is to provide the resources required for all in the triathlon community to reach their full potential.


CORE VALUES
We value our members and other constituents


We value safety, fairness, motivation and achievement in competition


We value fitness and health through exercise, the spirit of competitiveness and the pursuit of excellence – the multi-sport lifestyle


COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
We are recognized as the National Governing Body of triathlon by the United States Olympic Committee, the International Triathlon Union and the United States Congress. We provide regulation, encouragement and support for race directors, coaches, officials and athletes.


We are sustained by annual and one-day license fees from our members and from those who enter our sanctioned races. We also are supported by sponsorships, grants from the United States Olympic Committee and by corporate and individual donors. As a regulatory body, we legislate and enforce competitive rules and procedures. We offer education and certification for race directors, coaches and officials.


We bring together our members’ needs and wishes to form a consensus for the course of multi-sport and of our federation into the future.


USAT STAFF
THE USAT STAFF IS COMMITTED TO THE FOLLOWING ATTITUDES AND PHILOSOPHIES:


THINK CREATIVELY


OPERATE IN RACE MODE


ENGAGE GLOBALLY


INSPIRE EXCELLENCE


ACT WITH INTEGRITY


6 USA TRIATHLON SPRING 2015

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