Sandy City, UT – The Endurance Sports show will return to the South Towne Exposition Center February 5th & 6th. The Endurance Sports Show is the largest public endurance expo in the Western United States catering to cyclists, triathletes, runners and all other endurance athletes of all levels, from the person training for a century ride or their first 5k to the seasoned Ultra Marathoner or Ironman Triathlete. The show brings together athletes, manufacturers, retailers, race directors, clubs, nonprofit organizations, coaches and more for a two-day event. This event is an opportunity for people just getting into endurance sports to get more information on events, clubs and gear that will help them be successful as well as for the seasoned endurance athlete that wants to learn new tips and tricks from experts in the field that will help them be faster and more successful at their next big event.
Attendees can demo, purchase and get updated on new products for the upcoming season, participate for free in cycling, swimming and running events organized by the show, meet with event companies to learn about upcoming events and plan out their event calendar for the following year, mingle with race directors and find clubs that they can train with. In addition they can attend our 2-day seminar series that is directed towards endurance athletes by coaches, dieticians, and pros. Through this seminar series, attendees can gain valuable knowledge and it will link the community to experts in the field to provide solid education about proper health and nutrition, training, and injury prevention. Every presenter in the seminar series is considered an expert in their field through education, training, and proven success in their specialty. Some presenters will include: Dr. Massimo Testa of LiVe Well, BMC Cycling, and Max Testa Training, Dr. Liz Joy of LiVe Well and American College of Sports Medicine President Elect, Corey Hart PhD Candidate and Training Consultant and Talent Identification for USA Cycling, and Seth Quealy MS discussing sports psychology.