Alyssa Morrison (Coach AJ) PROGRAM COACH

In addition to guiding her athlete’s passion for triathlon, Coach AJ has been helping people improve their health and fitness for years. Coach AJ’s professional experience as an occupational therapist provides a unique holistic opportunity to tie in health, wellness and injury prevention while assisting her athletes reach their fitness and performance goals.

AJ is a certified USAT Level II Triathlon Coach, US Cycling Level III Coach, ACE Health & Wellness Coach, ASCA Swim Coach and USAT Youth and Junior Triathlon Coach. Building on the experience as a collegiate track and field athlete, AJ is also a seasoned triathlete herself. She was named to the DC Tri Snapple Elite Team for 4 years and received USAT All-American/Honorable Mention All-American honors during this time frame. She has qualified multiple times for the USAT National Championships, as well as the Ironman World Championships 70.3 and represented Team USA at the ITU Dualthon World Championships.

Coach AJ is the founder and head coach of Multisport In Motion and the coach of the DC Tri Club’s Olympic Distance, Half Ironman and Ironman Training Programs.

Victoria Anderson PROGRAM MANAGER

After several years of training for Ironman and Half Ironman races, Victoria spent the majority of last season targeting the Olympic and Sprint races at 2014 Age Group Nationals and realized that short course racing is where it’s at – you can race more often, there are no seven hour bricks, and it’s fun to run a fast 10k off the bike instead of a painful, shuffling marathon!

While she came to the sport as a life-long swimmer, she has managed to train herself into somewhat of a balanced triathlete since starting in the sport in 2011 and she loves the challenge that swimming, biking, and running each represent – especially when you get to go all out in a fun short course race.

As the program lead for the Olympic Distance Training Program, Victoria is looking forward to helping all ODP athletes cultivate their love for short course racing by making sure they have all of the resources and training opportunities they need to race fast in 2015!


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My triathlon career started in the mid-80’s with the Bud Light Series. I quickly discovered that my beer hydration method did not work after ending up in the medical tent. So I kept the beer and dropped triathlons. After a 20 year layoff, I resumed my triathlon career with some prodding from a workout buddy. In the past 10 years, I have gone from a middle of the pack age grouper to part of Team USA for the 2013 and 2014 ITU Triathlon World Championships in London and Edmonton, respectively. Most of my energy is spent on the Olympic distance thanks to Team USA, but my preferred distance is the HIM. I always manage to sneak EagleMan onto my race schedule. I was a competitive swimmer growing up. As an adult, I have managed to learn to bike and run in spite of my swimming handicap. I decided to volunteer with the HIP as a way to share my knowledge and experiences (no beer in the bike water bottles), and to help others meet their goals.