Rudesia wears many hats in the fitness world and beyond. She started her fitness journey eight years ago with running. Her love for physical activity increased along with her understanding of its positive impact on the body. Rudesia then studied and became a personal trainer, which serves as a great benefit to herself and the clients that she serves. Over time Rudesia started to become interested in adding activities to her fitness repertoire and during the pandemic she started cycling, initially to support her mental health. Although road cycling was a thrill, Rudesia wanted more and set a mental goal of participating in a multisport activity. As a recipient of a grant for “Black Women in Sports, and Coeur Sports,” Rudesia began her triathlon journey. Swimming became an added fitness activity, and where it all fused together. Rudesia developed a love for swimming and completed her first “open water swim” in a relay with two other minority women. In search of an additional thrill, Rudesia ventured into the world of cyclocross where she feels she has found an additional competitive home. Outside of her personal fitness activities, Rudesia serves as a youth cycling coach and stretch coach for Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling. The BCYC youth are not the only children that Rudesia supports with increasing their physical fitness, as she is very intentional with including her children in her activities. Rudesia is a member of Fast Chix Triathlon Club and is actively working to support efforts to get more women of color engaged in multisport and triathlon.