Joe is recently retired after competing as a professional triathlete for 8 years. During his competitive career, Joe represented the USA in 21 different countries on 6 continents.  In 2016, he anchored Team USA to their first-ever world championship in the mixed team relay and competed at the 2016 Olympic Games.  Other career highlights include winning the 2016 Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon and the 2015 Noosa Triathlon.  His win at Noosa marked the first time an American male or female triathlete won the iconic Australian race.     

Prior to triathlon, Joe was a four-year varsity swimmer at Boston College and served as team captain for the 2007-08 Season. He received the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Top-6 for Service Award in 2008, and he was named to the ACC’s All-Academic Team in both 2007 and 2008. He also served as a campus recreation spinning instructor from 2006-2008.  After graduating from BC in May, Joe aimed to race off his post-graduation blues at the Bellplain (NJ) Triathlon on June 1, 2008.    

Joe’s currently splitting time between Boston, MA, and Wildwood Crest, NJ, as he plans the next steps for his career.   

San Diego 40th Anniversary Triathlon on Fiesta Island. September 25, 2014 ©2014 Rich Cruse

The Triathlon Squad

With parents Mary and Joe Maloy