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Chris Mosier          

First Transgender Man to Make Team USA, Transgender Advocate, Triathlete & All-American Duathlete

Chris Mosier is a trailblazing hall of fame triathlete, All-American Duathlete, and a 5-time member of Team USA. In 2015 he became the first known transgender man to make a men's US National Team, and was the catalyst for change for the International Olympic Committee policy on transgender athletes. In 2016, he was sponsored by Nike and featured in his own Nike commercial which debuted in prime time in Rio Olympics and was the first trans athlete in the ESPN Body Issue.

Mosier is the founder of TRANSATHLETE, a resource for students, athletes, coaches, and administrators to find information about trans inclusion in athletics at various levels of play, and Vice President of Program Development and Community Relations for You Can Play, an organization that works to ensure the safety of all in sports. He also works with LGBTQ sports leagues to improve transgender inclusion, and has spoken across the world about his experiences.

Previously, he was the Executive Director of GO! Athletes, a national non-profit network of current and former LGBTQ high school and college student-athletes, in hopes of creating safer spaces in athletics through visibility, education, and advocacy.


Triathlete Chris Mosier Joins Men of Team USA, Making ...

Chris Mosier's awe-inspiring time in the men's sprint duathlon has opened a new door for trans athletes nationwide.

Internationally acclaimed athlete Chris Mosier speaks on inclusion

Chris Mosier, a six-time member of the United States Olympic team, talked to the Portland State community on his status as the first known transgender person to compete in the Olympics and what the next step is in gender inclusion in sports.

The first transgender athlete on Team USA reveals how he combats sexism in sports

Chris Mosier, a trans man who made the men’s US national duathlon team in 2015, becoming the first openly transgender athlete on a US national team different from his birth-assigned sex, discusses how he combats sexism in sports.

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