Triathlon Canada's National Performance Centre

Going for gold.

Triathlon Canada’s National Performance Centre

Located in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia, Triathlon Canada’s National Performance Centre (NPC) is our centre of excellence for Canadian High Performance Triathletes in the Olympic/Paralympic pathway.

In partnership with the Government of Canada, City of Victoria, 94 Forward, Canadian Sport Institute Pacific (CSI), Saanich Commonwealth Place and Pacific Institute of Sport Excellence (PISE), the NPC utilizes world class training facilities and sport science staff within the daily training environment. Additionally, the NPC shares this unique environment with other world-leading national centres from Swimming Canada, Rowing Canada, Athletics Canada and Cycling Canada. This integrated community model fosters a unique high-performance climate that drives a critical mass of Olympic and Paralympic athletes and coaches.

 

Three great reasons to choose. Three great training venues.

world class coaches

world
class
coaches

Jono Hall

HEAD COACH

National Performance Centre

One of the top triathlon minds on the planet, Jono Hall has been transforming aspiring triathletes into Olympic heroes for the last two decades.

 
Jono Hall
Australian-born Jono Hall took over as head coach of Triathlon Canada’s National Performance Centre in Victoria in 2015. Focusing on developing the next generation of elite performers, Jono leads the coaching delivery and podium pathway for Canada’s top-level triathletes.Jono was the head triathlon coach at the Victorian Institute of Sport in Australia for seven years, and served as an assistant coach with Triathlon Australia’s national program, where he guided several elite athletes to the Olympic and World Championship podiums. As performance leader for United States Triathlon from 2012 to 2015, he played a key role in transforming its program into one of the best in the world.

As a Level 3 high-performance coach, Jono brings extensive coaching and leadership experience from major international Games: he was an assistant coach with Australia at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, coached at the 2012 Olympics in London and the 2008 Games in Beijing and took on the role of team leader for Canada at the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio.

Jono is a proven performer, combining innovation and strategic thinking with a deep understanding of the systems and structures required for long-term athlete development and a constant drive to achieve sustainable results. He excels at building world-leading coaching strategies, developing young athletes into champions, team building and international sport relations. Above all, Jono prides himself on achieving excellence both on and off the field of play.

Carolyn Murray

PARA-TRIATHLON COACH

As a high-performing athlete and award-winning coach, Carolyn Murray uses perseverance, experience and insight to guide elite athletes on the road to success.

 
Carolyn Murphy
Carolyn became a coach after an outstanding 15-year triathlon career which included five straight World Championship competitions from 2004 to 2008 and a first-place finish at the 2008 World Cup in Richards Bay, SA. That same year, she competed at the Beijing Olympics, finishing in the top 30.With her competition days behind her, Carolyn turned her hand to coaching the sport she loves. She obtained her NCCP certification at the National Training Centre and was appointed head coach for Canada’s first-ever Para-triathlon squad in 2014. Carolyn also holds a BSc. in Kinesiology and is a registered acupuncturist.

Carolyn has coached around the world, guiding many young Canadian triathletes to countless major international events including the World Championships and Paralympics. She was responsible for leading three Para-triathletes to the sport’s Paralympic debut at the 2016 Games in Rio where Canada’s Stefan Daniel won a silver medal in the men’s standing classification.

Carolyn’s coaching philosophy has been built around four key words: intent, perseverance, patience and communication. Staying true to these four key words in her daily training environment has resulted in numerous awards and accolades, including the 2015 Triathlon Canada Elite Coach of the Year, 2015 Sport BC Female Coach of the Year, 2016 Petro-Canada Coaching Excellence Award and 2016 Triathlon Canada Elite Coach of the Year.

world class support

world
class
support

  • Sandeep Nandhra – Athletic Therapist – (CSI Pacific)
  • Danya Douglas Hunt – Athletic Therapist – (CSI Pacific)
  • Paddy McCluskey – Sport Physician – (CSI Pacific)
  • Sharleen Hoar – Mental Performance – (CSI Pacific)
  • Ashley Armstrong – Sport Dietician – (CSI Pacific)
  • Trent Stellingwerff – Physiologist – (CSI Pacific)
  • Graham Olson – Video Analysis – (CSI Pacific)
  • Tessa Gallinger – Strength and Conditioning – (CSI Calgary)
  • Chelsea Frenkel – Registered Massage Therapist – (Tall Tree Integrated Health, Victoria, BC)
  • Dave Coleman – Mechanic (Anchorage, AK)
  • Cyclologic – (Scottsdale, AZ)
world class city

world
class
city

Located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is the capital of British Columbia and a community of choice for many thanks to our temperate climate, natural beauty and diverse economic opportunities.

Victoria is home to about 83,000 people, and is the economic and entertainment centre for the Capital Region’s 350,000 residents. Because we are located in a sub-Mediterranean zone, we enjoy the mildest climate in Canada. Combine this with our ocean views and mountain vistas, and you’ve got the perfect setting for year-round recreational opportunities such as hiking, golfing, cycling, sailing, gardening and kayaking. It’s not surprising that Victoria is one of Canada’s fittest cities, or that it offers easy access to amazing training facilities and coaching expertise. Our overall culture of fitness and activity have made Victoria a hub for elite athletes, including triathletes, rowers and cyclists, to train in.

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Pacific
Institute of
Sport Excellence

Saanich
Commonwealth
Place

Canadian
Sport Institute
Pacific

For more information regarding the training offered at Triathlon Canada’s National Performance Centre, contact:

Triathlon Canada

National Performance Centre

Eugene Liang
High Performance Director | Directeur de la haute performance
T: 250-412-1795 ext 228

Triathlon Canada Nation. We can. We will.

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Triathlon Canada

The official start line for triathlon in Canada, leading some on a path to the podium and inspiring others to achieve their personal best.

Triathlon Canada
121 - 1925 Blanshard St.
Victoria, BC
Canada
V8T 4J2 Telephone: 250.412.1795
Fax: 250.412.1794

Office Hours: Daily 09:00–17:00(PST)
  

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