We are the Stanford university triathlon team, officially a Stanford Club Sports team, internally managed by team-elected, student officers and one professional coach. The team is open to all levels of ability! We will host daily practices, but all participation is voluntary. Team members are working towards a wide range of individual as well as team goals. From sprint triathlons to a full Ironman, SUTT is the place for you
SUTT competes in the West Coast Collegiate Triathlon Conference (WCCTC). During the season, much of the team focuses on climbing the podium at WCCTC Championships and USAT Nationals. Some members also train for a variety of non-collegiate races and ultra-distance races. We also host a yearly race, the Treeathlon, featuring one of the fastest sprint-distance triathlon courses in the Bay Area. Stanford students interested in joining should click below.
Tenacity: persistent effort for your level of experience and
ability; consistently working towards your goals as a triathlete.
Relationships: connection to the team and our coach;
involvement in practices, social events, and races; building community with the people we race against, our sponsors, and everyone who participates in or supports Treeathlon.
Inclusion: welcoming and supporting all members of the
Stanford community to our team, especially those who historically have been excluded from the sport of triathlon, notably Black and Indigenous people, all people of color, Queer and Trans people, and disabled people. We acknowledge that financial ability is a major barrier to participation, and are working to make our team as accessible as possible.