- Membership is consistently between 45 and 55 individuals
- We are women and men of all ability levels
- Many great training partners and even more lasting friendships have been built inside the Harford Multisport Club
What We Do
Generally; workouts include intervals on the track every Tuesday evening, bicycle workouts are Thursdays, and indoor pool swims during the winter are on Sundays. Open water swims during warmer months are held on Monday evenings.
Check out all the incentives that are offered to the Harford Multisport Club members.
Our Board Members
Shawn has competed at a high level at all of the most common endurance events from 1 mile runs to a full Iron Man Triathlon. He is also the COO of Elite Race Management and a USAT Certified Race Director. In that role he has produced endurance events ranging from 100 to 16,000 participants
If you were wondering if someone could actually eat, sleep, and breath triathlon just ask Justin. He has raced em all and spends as much time researching as he does actually training! There isn’t a question he can’t answer.
Mark has competed in sprint up to half ironman triathlons. In addition he has completed century bike rides, endurance challenges, and long distance swims.
Lois has competed in all three events but her strength is the bike. When she is not working for her clients as an accountant she can be found riding her bike or participating in a clinic.
An avid runner; Julie has dabbled in duathlons and triathlons for the past few years. She is a hard worker and excellent supporter of the club in many ways.
Since joining the club Matt has gone from competing in his first triathlon ever to completing an Iron Man. He lost the equivalent of a Backstreet Boy in the process!
Rob is the most accomplished swimmer in the club and after a great jump off the start he has no problem crushing the bike or the run to continue to separate from the pack. As competitive as he is Rob in a race it’s hard to believe how laid back he is in normal every day conversation.
Daun has raced more long distance triathlons / ultra races than anyone else in the club by far. He has stories and insight that can prepare anyone for any race.
Don’t let the AARP card fool you. Bob is an incredible cyclist. It’s easy to find him pulling a group of riders. He is also always willing to step back to lend a hand or advice to help another athlete improve. An Army Ranger is not going to let anyone down. Bob is also a strong runner and his swim has come a long way since his start into triathlon.