CLASH Endurance

MEDIA

Different by Design

Our staff is comprised of some of the best talent in sports media and digital content marketing. CLASH Endurance seeks to protect our IP, but we also understand the value you bring as a member of the media at our events. We share our content and experiences with the world and in many cases simply ask for appropriate, best practice tagging or collaborative distribution and social posts of event content. We want to promote you and love that you promote CLASH Endurance.

We have provided our media guidelines below for reference - but it's pretty simple. Be professional, and give credit. This sport and industry enriches the community when it plays well together - not when exclusivity rules the day. Let's change that together.

For more information on requesting creditials or about access to our events please contact Blair LaHaye - Director of Media and Communications.

MEDIA RESOURCES

MEDIA GUIDELINES

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We're glad you asked! Please reach out to us at info@clash-usa.com or the 'Get Help' button at the bottom of this page.

We love this type of collaboration. Please reach out to us at info@clash-usa.com or the 'Get Help' button at the bottom of this page.

Depends. We do not have a video archival system yet - so we're not able to pull video on request. And we do have some media rights we cannot share at this time. But we are happy to consider your request at info@clash-usa.com.

JUNE 2, 2021

CLASH Endurance is announced as a new independent company with a new mission in endurance sports, hosting 4 races in 2022 and 7 races in 2023. While CLASH Endurance does recognize points from PTO and provides Championship Slots for CHALLENGE Family - it is not affiliated with either organization.

CHALLENGE DAYTONA will now be known as CLASH ENDURANCE DAYTONA, the first ever CLASH Endurance race to be held in the US, at the most iconic racing destination, DAYTONA International Speedway.

MARCH 2021

CHALLENGE MIAMI was the first ever triathlon endurance festival held at Homestead-Miami Speedway. With over 1600 athletes participating, a total of 5,000 spectators daily, the racing atmosphere was incredible! The professional race was shown on NBCSN over three broadcast airings, and seen on Facebook LIVE by nearly 18,000 paid global viewers.

December 2020

CHALLENGE DAYTONA hosted the PTO Championship as well as over 3000 endurance athletes for race weekend history. The team broadcast triathlon on NBC and NBCSN, boasting over 1.4M unique US viewers, and additional millions tuning in globally, both on livestream portals and their local channel coverage.

History was made as the $1,000,000 prize purse was the largest ever in the sport of triathlon!

DECEMBER 2019

CHALLENGE DAYTONA gained interest and athlete participation grew by over 30% from the inaugural race. Bill Christy began dreaming of ways to advance the sport to the next level of sports entertainment, a TV production in partnership with NASCAR Productions.

December 2018

The first race Bill Christy threw his passion into the sport and hosted the first CHALLENGE DAYTONA at DAYTONA International Speedway. The first race drew in over 1600 athletes.