Endurance Sports Travel's first tour was in May, 2002. After winning IRONMAN Brazil 3 times, Ken Glah started Endurance Sports Travel to make traveling to IRONMAN Brazil both convenient and fun for athletes and spectators. After spending more than 20 years racing around the world, Ken knows from experience what it takes to travel overseas with all your triathlon gear and family as well. Soon after that first trip, Endurance Sports Travel was asked by the race organizers of IRONMAN 70.3 Pucon in Chile and IRONMAN Switzerland in Zurich to help athletes interested in their events. As athletes requested more destination races EST continued to expand. When you travel with Endurance Sports Travel you not only get to experience the culture of the area you are visiting but also get to interact with other EST clients from all over the world. Our main goal is exceptional customer service so whether you are traveling with us for the first time or the 10th time, we will do our absolute best to help you achieve your goals.

Meet the Owner

Ken Glah

Ken has been racing around the world for over 30 years. He was inducted into the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame in 2015. Ken has competed in more than 80 Ironman races including a record 33 consecutive finishes at the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii where he has placed in the top ten 10 times. Ken has won national titles at the Olympic and Long Course distances in the U.S as well as major races, both short and long, in places such as Brazil, Israel, Mexico, Canada, New Zealand, Chile, Guatemala and the Caribbean. Ken has won 6 Ironman races during his distinguished career - 3 in Brazil, 1 in Canada and 2 in New Zealand - as well as the 1993 Ironman World Series Title. Ken started Endurance Sports Travel to encourage athletes to race outside their home countries. Ken's passion for the sport of triathlon has evolved from his fascination with other cultures and his love for meeting people from around the world. EST is his vehicle for sharing his experiences with others. 

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