Exceeding Expectations, a program in San Bernardino that serves an inner-city population, is designed to encourage at-risk kids to move their lives in a positive direction, using the sport of triathlon as the vehicle.
The goal is not to develop the kids into elite athletes, but rather to offer them opportunities to participate in a lifestyle that is healthy, goal-oriented and very unlike that which they experience in their everyday lives. We strive to replace negative influences with positive role models and to instill in the kids a powerful new discipline of setting measurable goals and working hard to achieve them.
Our highest priority is education, and our ultimate objective is to ensure that every one of the kids graduates high school and goes on to college. We make this promise to all the EE kids: When you get into college, we'll make sure money isn't an obstacle.
EE is donor-funded and run by volunteers. We have no paid staff and no professional fund-raisers. With the exception of insurance costs, we have no administrative expenses: Every penny we collect directly benefits the kids.
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Not to be missed: An amazing violin solo by EE team member Josh Rodriguez.
In the News:
"Great Expectations" in Triathlete Magazine, August, 2010
"One from the Heart" in Inside Triathlon Magazine, January, 2010 (winner of the 2010 Triathlon America
"Best Published Triathlon Article" award)
"Triathlon Magazine Canada" article, March, 2014
2016 events (Photos this year are in emails we send to our supporters)
Highland YMCA 5K/10K/Half marathon
March Desert Tri/Duathlon April Run for Ike 5K
June Tin Man Tri/5K
Movin' Up Program Kickoff
July-August Summer run & bike training September EE Race for Challenged Athletes Foundation slots October Challenged Athletes Foundation, San Diego December Santa Paws 5K
Annual Award & Recognition Party
Donations welcome here!