United Endurance Sports Coaching Academy (UESCA) Welcomes Long Time Endurance Sports Veteran, Matt Cramer as Director

October 7, 2021

United Endurance Sports Coaching Academy (UESCA), the leader in science-based endurance sports education has announced that seasoned endurance sports manager, Matt Cramer has joined UESCA as a director. In this role, Matt will be responsible for the development of new products and the overall growth of UESCA.

Matt began his endurance sports career as an intern with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee in Chula Vista, California and then transitioned to USA Cycling as the National Mountain Bike Program director. Most recently, Matt was the senior director of high performance at the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee. Matt holds a BS in exercise science and kinesiology from Pennsylvania State University and an Olympic Sport Leadership Certification from Northwestern University.

“With his extensive experience managing and directing at the highest level of endurance sports, along with his operational acumen, Matt is the ideal person to enhance UESCA’s current offerings and lead the development and growth of future products and services,” said Rick Prince, founder of UESCA. “I’m excited to learn from him and work together to grow UESCA’s presence, both online and offline.”

UESCA is focused on producing and delivering the most comprehensive and science-based endurance sports coaching certifications on the market. UESCA currently offers running, ultrarunning and triathlon coach certifications… with a cycling certification and other content-based projects in development. UESCA partners with the most credible and respected advisors and contributors to ensure that their content is second to none.

“It is truly an honor to join the team at UESCA.  Having spent essentially my entire youth and adult life involved in endurance sports, it is great to see Rick’s vision for UESCA come to fruition,” said Matt Cramer. “In creating a platform of coach education that continues to stay relevant with science-based certifications, coaches are better prepared to advise and guide their athletes. The approach at UESCA is developing the “whole coach” and I cannot be more excited to be part of this evolution of coach development,”

For more information about UESCA, please visit www.coachendurancesports.com