Welcome to The TriSoldier Project

Helping Disabled Veterans Get Back in the Game Since 2009!


  • Sports is, well, integral to the life of most American boys and men, especially soldiers. People don’t know what it’s like to have that taken away from you. I meet so many veterans for whom losing the ability to run and jump…well, they feel as if they may as well not even be living.
  • We love your work and want to continue to do our small part to move the TriSoldier initiative forward.
  • You should know how grateful we are to you for the extraordinary efforts you have single-handedly pursued to make this wonderful group exist. We are humbled by what others have done to protect us and welcome the chance to support them as they "get back in the game"
  • First of all, thank you for ALL that you are you doing! It really is great to get all this attention! I truly don't feel that I deserve this, but I'm damn sure going to make the best of it.
  • The TriSoldier Project caught our eye and exactly fits the type of organization that we want to donate to. So when we saw an organization that supported disabled veterans AND triathlons...well, it was a no brainer!
  • TriSoldier is the group that got me. They believed in me and said, you know what, we think you can perform and do pretty well in the duathalon championships. Gerard Ah-Fook
  • I am assigned at West Point and would like to assist in aiding more tri soldiers to compete. As a two-time Kansas 70.3 competitor, I'm familiar with what training is involved and the degree of commitment. I'd be thrilled to train with a potential tri soldier for competition later this summer. Thank you for this opportunity.
  • I enjoyed reading your story on the USAT site. Bless you and keep up the faith.
  • What a wonderful organization! Reaching out to disabled veterans and paratriathletes has always been something I felt drawn to do.
  • I have more races planned for next year including the CapTexTri and the Escape From Alcatraz triathlon. The races are great for me mentally and physically. Thanks Jeff for all of your support. Juliet Madsen