At endureitmultisports.com we believe athletes deserve better. As competitive athletes ourselves, we know the industry standard. We know what works and what doesn’t. Our philosophy is simple: Make better races, not just more races. As the tagline states: We understand. We’re athletes too. So we have taken a measured approach with our industry’s new model for club racing and have reworked our program from the ground up. We want to do right by you, the endurance athlete. We also want to keep our hands on every stage, not just the finish line. EndureIT MultiSports was born out of EndureIT Racing’s desire to address some of the questions we were hearing from athletes about a new direction in the industry.

Yeah! We are upgrading our systems, finally, after much waiting, our web servers are now up and running with the new WordPress 5.8.2 together with the excellent Ignite theme, Version: 1.8.0 . The wait has been long, but I thing that you will agree with me when I say that it was worth it. Happy endurance!

Simplicity is key. Even our website is simple. You get the information you need – sponsors, location and gallery. But the website is not the be all and end all. The races are the heart of the project. Whether it’s having enough toilet paper in the port-o-potties, more parking or volunteers, we promise to give you a great experience that will leave you wondering, “why don’t more races do this?!”

I encourage all of you to contact me with questions, comments, suggestions – or just to chat about endurance sports in general! These races are built for you – so get involved and let me know what you want!

You can reach me by email at info@endureitmultisports.com, or connect with me on my Facebook page. I am also available on Instagram (coach_crandall).

With your help and support, we can help athletes around the globe hit their peak performance – and become the best that they can be!

Thank you all, and happy Training!

Ryan D. Crandall, 46 years old. Endured IT: Industrial Engineer. Put on 10 pounds of muscle from working 20-hour weeks. Competed in last race of my career on a broken foot.