2021 Executive Leadership Team
Ted Shue - (Years of Service: 16)
Certified USAT Coach and a member of the TriWisconsin Board since 2006. Served as TriWi President for 4 years (2006-2008, 2016, 2021) and have led the Wednesday evening Track workouts since 2006. I also lead our Wednesday night Pettit runs. I've completed all 17 Ironman Wisconsin events and am obviously addicted to racing in all forms - swim, bike, run. If you've been active in TriWisconsin or the racing community in Wisconsin at all, you know Ted.
Jeff Mahuta -
I have been a member since "redacted" and a board member for "redacted" years. I signed up for my first ironman after a night of drinking. I had no idea what I was getting into, and I appreciated the club helping me learn about triathlon and I would like to pay that knowledge forward.
Andy Hubbartt (Years of Service: 5)
A veteran triathlete since 2002, and past President of TriWisconsin, Andy has raced all distances, from sprint to Ironman. You may recognize him from Wednesday night running (summers in Hart park and winters at the Pettit) or Tuesday night swimming at Nicolet. While he certainly isn't the fastest, his years of experience and craftiness have earned him the nickname "Ninja". He is looking forward to staying on with the board and continuing all the great programs and events that have made TriWisconsin a great club.
Angie Kaiser - (Years of Service: 3)
Angie has been running since 1998, duathlons since 2012 and triathlons since 2017. She has raced up to half ironman's but prefers to stick to the sprints and shorter stuff as her favorites. If there is a race you can almost always expect to see her in some shape or form, whether its racing, working (she also works for Race Day Events), volunteering or being Tri Wisconsin's official photographer. Angie is our communication specialist and works to keep all of our social media sites and soon will take over the website and news letter up to date with the latest and greatest. She hopes to keep everyone in the know and is a great resource if you have questions about anything from who is training when and where and what races are happening so feel free to reach out to her.
Lynn Richardson (Years of Service: 3)
Several years ago I completed my first Tri and was hooked. I learned it’s great training with like-minded people that share a passion for this crazy sport. This past season I trained for and completed several big races and found a training tribe. Training is so much better with friends – especially those long bike rides! As a back of the pack triathlete, I am thankful for the training opportunities TriWI provides and look forward to continuing with this great team!
Kim Kelley - (Years of Service: 1)
I started triathlon in 2006 and found TriWi to be a great support as a new triathlete. I enjoy participating in the Tuesday Lannon rides, pasta parties, course previews, both open water and winter swims, and the all around comradery that TriWi offers. Completing countless sprints, olympics, 6 half ironmans, and IMWI two times has given me the experience to assist others in their journey. If I am not participating in races I am either volunteering or you will “hear me before you see me” as I cheer athletes on from the sidelines. I have a passion for helping people reach their goals and want to give back to the team and watch others fall in love with triathlon. My experience includes leading the tri club at the YMCA(2008-2009), coaching swim (2007-present), coaching Team Phoenix (2012-2017,2019-present), leading run groups and owner of Kelley Kinetics.
Dan Kordik (Years of Service: 1)
I’ve been a member of Tri Wisconsin since 2013, myself I have raced all distances in triathlons. I like the opportunities that Tri Wisconsin gives their members through all the different workouts and the course recons. I would hope to help the new members who are joining the sport and the current members the same if not better experiences that I have had. I want to help welcome more people into this sport and this tri group. Also working for Lighthouse Events and being behind the scenes for years I feel like I can help to answer questions on triathlons from the very beginner questions to the more technical questions. I hope to be able to bring value from working and racing in the sport for years to help enhance everyone’s experience with Tri Wisconsin.
I’m a runner, turned triathlete. I was introduced to TriWisconsin in 2016 while looking for a new challenge. I’ve raced multiple tri distances since (my absolute favorite being the 70.3). You’ll see me (and sometimes my littles) actively participating in the weekly workouts and TriWI events. TriWisconsin’s mission is to bring resources and opportunity to the triathlete community. That is why I joined. The community and opportunity the club offers it’s members is amazing and I’m looking forward to being part of the board that helps bring those opportunities to life. Happy Racing!
TriWisconsin is a registered 501c3 organization in the state of Wisconsin. Our mission is to provide its membership and the triathlon community of SE Wisconsin, all the resources and opportunity to participate and improve their participation in triathlon and multi sports activities.