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Who We Are

Tri-Loco is Indiana and the mid-west's premier triathlon club. Best described as a social club with a habit of winning, Tri-Loco consistently dominates podiums nation wide, but does it while having a great time. Our membership base includes every skill level from "back of the packers" (aka the party wave) to Kona qualifying professional triathletes. 

Our goal is, and always will be, to bring added value to all aspects of racing, training and even spectating.

A Loco knows no strangers, so next time you see us at an event do not hesitate to join in on our fun! 

For more information on joining the team email TriLocoIndianapolis@gmail.com




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Tri-Loco Indianapolis Ambassadors

Brought to you by: Carothers Law Firm, LLC

Every single Tri-Loco athlete is special and unique in their own way. These six athletes have agreed to intimately share their journey through of training, racing and living triathlon. Follow each on Instagram and connect with them on Facebook.


Joe Fazzini

Age Group: 60-64

IG: joefazzini

FB: www.facebook.com/joseph.fazzini

Member since 2015

Joe has been an athlete his entire life. After kicking cancer’s ass in 2008 he took to endurance sports to remain healthy and as an outlet for the Hulk inside. Since, he has completed 13 full marathons, a 50k Ultra marathon, countless half marathons, triathlons and road races, including 6 IRONMAN 70.3 and IRONMAN Arizona 140.6.  With a PHD designation in Plant Based Nutrition and direct coaching from TS2, Joe has every tool in his arsenal to continue being a triathlon badass for decades to come.


Mallory Schafer

Age Group: 30-34

IG: malschafer

FB: www.facebook.com/mallory.schafer.5

Member since 2019

This proud mother of two, wife, nurse and ball of fire with self-diagnosed “short girl” syndrome, has been competing in triathlon since high school. Fresh off an impressive 2018 season, Mallory comes to Tri-Loco with intentions to continue setting the local and global triathlon scene on fire. Fresh off a 21st place finish at the ITU World Championship in Gold Coast, Australia, 20th place finish at ITU National Championship Olympic distance and 6th place finish at ITU National Championship Sprint distance, Mallory toed her very first full marathon start line and qualified for Boston 2020 with a blazing 3:15 at the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon. There’s not much this “short girl” cannot do.


Chris Worden

Age Group: 40-44

IG: _george_christopher_

FB: www.facebook.com/chris.worden.562

Member Since 2015

It will be impossible to find anyone more mentally tough with a bigger smile on any triathlon course, ever. Maybe that is why Chris has, unknowingly, been featured on almost a dozen race advertisements. Chris is in love with Tri-Loco because the culture of the club reminds him of his past years spent on the rugby pitch. “I love the family feel, it reminds me of rugby. We would kick each other’s asses then party together after. In football they wanted us to hate the other team, that’s just not me.” Chris has completed numerous sprints and Olympic distance triathlons and boasts 17 70.3 finishes and counting!


Dani Fischer

Age Group: 30-34

IG: swishfisch

FB: www.facebook.com/dani.fischer1

Member since 2017

Dani obtained her love of running shortly after two years of playing Division 1 soccer at the University of Wisconsin. She honed her craft enough to outright walk onto the Wisconsin cross country and track teams, competing at NCAA Nationals in both sports (6K XC, 3K steeplechase). After graduation from pharmacy school and a stint running on the USATF elite circuit, triathlon seemed like the next logical outlet. Dani earned her USAT elite license in 2014 and competed professionally in triathlon in 2015-2016. She returned to the amateur ranks in 2017 and qualified for Kona by winning the overall female title at IRONMAN Wisconsin. In 2018, she placed 7th in the F30-34 age group at the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, and won Tri Loco’s 2018 Best Female Athlete. Dani cherishes the relationships she has built through the sport, and she revels in the experiences that the team atmosphere of TriLoco provides.


Acacia Dore-Worley

Age Group: 30-34

IG: @acaciadore

FB: www.facebook.com/acacia.dore

Member since 2019

With 8+ years of experience in the racing industry and brand ambassador work, Acacia is a perfect fit as a Tri-Loco Brand Ambassador. Running & Triathlon provides her the opportunity to experience being in the racers shoes instead of watching on the sidelines. With numerous 5K & 10K races under her belt, her goals & ambition has led to training for 2019 Tri Sprints. Follow her journey of training for the 2019 race season!

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Logan Worley

Age Group: 30-34

IG: @LoganKW84

FB: www.facebook.com/logan.worley.7 

Member since 2013

Logan has an extensive list of racing accolades, starting with his first event in 2010. Amungst this list you will find 8 Half Iron distance finishes, one 140.6, and close to 100 sprint and Olympic distance triathlons. In 2014 Logan was awarded USAT All-American. Like many of us, Logan finds that the sprint distance accommodates his life/train/work balance the best. Coming back from a runner's knee injury Logan anticipates having a solid 2019 season. Keep an eye out for him on podiums as you might have troubles seeing more than just a blur of him running past.


Automne Reinbold

Age Group: 30-34

IG: theblackscorpian

FB: www.facebook.com/automne.reinbold

Member since 2016

Missing the team atmosphere, drive and competitive culture of college sports, Automne came to Tri-Loco shortly after graduation. One of the biggest draws to the club, for Automne, is the spirit and competitive comradery of Tri-Loco.
Automne is an avid traveler, having visited over 20 countries and counting. In 2019 she will add Switzerland to the list as she races for Team USA at the ITU World Championship. Qualifying with a 6th place finish at the USAT draft legal National Championships in Florida. She also placed 25th at her first ever USAT National Championship and was the proud recipient of the Tri-Loco “Most Improved” award in 2018. Her sights are set on a dominating performance at the 2019 Duathlon National Championship and nabbing her first recognition as an All American.