Chris Mosier

Chris Mosier is a trailblazing athlete, coach, and the founder of In 2015, he became the first openly trans man to make a Men’s US National Team. Following the national championship race, he was instrumental in getting the International Olympic Committee policy on transgender athletes changed, and in June 2016 he became the first trans athlete to compete in a world championship race under the new rules, where he was the second fastest American man in his group. He has been called “the man who changed the Olympics” by the BBC and New York Magazine. Chris is a six-time member of Team USA, representing the United States in the sprint triathlon and the short course and long course duathlon, which is a run/bike/run event.

Chris is also a nationally recognized four-time Ironman triathlete, and inductee into the National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame. He is sponsored by Nike and has been featured in multiple global Nike campaigns. Chris has also been featured in publications including ESPN The Magazine, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, Esquire, and more.

Chris was a silver medalist in triathlon at the 2014 Gay Games. He has been named to The Advocate Magazine’s 40 Under 40, the Trans 100 list, the GOOD 100 list, and the Out 100 list.

Chris currently travels the country speaking at colleges, sport organizations, and corporations about inclusion, transformational team building, and redefining