swim safe. ride safe. run safe. train safe.
Triathlon is one of the fastest growing sports worldwide. We understand the need to ensure triathlete safety and care through all phases of training and competition. This is our mission. Access the Global Triathlon Safety Database below.
SECURE DATA MANAGEMENT ~ NECESSARY SAFETY INFORMATION
The data we safeguard allows for complex analyses and dissemination of findings to the world triathlon community. Our team works closely with triathlon organizations to accomplish this all-important task. Access recent findings, publications, and official reports below.
“Altered mental status, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, hypotension, tachycardia, and hyperkalemia appear to present differently between sexes [with exercise-associated hyponatremia].”
CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF EXERCISE-ASSOCIATED HYPONATREMIA IN MALE AND FEMALE IRONMAN-DISTANCE TRIATHLETES OVER THREE DECADES [Johnson et al. 2021]
“Initial occurrences of diarrhea and hyponatremia indicate increased likelihood of repeat occurrence in subsequent years.”
MEDICAL TRENDS FOR REPREAT COMPETITORS AT IRONMAN-DISTANCE CHAMPIONSHIP TRIATHLON [Cho et al. 2021]
The Global Triathlon Safety Database is housed at Washington State University, under the direction of Dr. Douglas Hiller and Dr. Christopher Connolly. Our experience comes from years within the sport of triathlon and managing high-volume medical data. Collaborative relationships and partnerships govern all we do.
[Est. 2020 ~ Pullman, WA]