Tucson Racing was started in 1994 in Tucson, Arizona. At that time there were not many triathlons and the Tucson Triathlon Series was started to fill that need.
Tucson Racing quickly became one of the largest event producers in the Southwest, adding races in Rocky Point, Mexico; San Carlos, Mexico; Lake Pleasant, Arizona; Lake Havasu, Arizona; Kingman, Arizona; Cincinnati, Ohio and Tempe, Arizona.
By the year 2000, Tucson Racing had hosted multiple USAT Regional Championships, the 1999 USAT Pan American Games Triathlon Trials in Lake Havasu, a Race To Athens ITU race and an ITU Pan American Cup Race.
In 2003 Tucson Racing hosted the USAT National Collegiate Championships in Peoria, Arizona. In 2004 and 2005 the National Collegiate Triathlon Championships moved to Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Tucson Racing continues to work with collegiate athletes, putting on the Mountain Collegiate Triathlon Conference Championships each year at the Havasu Triathlon.
In 2009 Tucson Racing helped revive the Bass Lake Triathlon, the site of USAT's inaugual National Championships. The Bass Lake | Yosemite Triathlon is now one of the top destination races in the country.
In 2016, Tucson Racing joined forces with the Toughman Half Triathlon, bringing a half distance triathlon to Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Currently Toughman Half Arizona is one of the first half distance triathlons in the country and is expected to sell out at over 500 athletes.
In addition to the Bass Lake | Yosemite Triathlon, Toughman Half Arizona and Havasu Triathlons, Tucson Racing puts on a number of running races in the greater Cincinnati, Ohio area.