Groupe Copley World Triathlon is proud to announce that it will host the first ever World Sprint and Team Triathlon Championships in 2022. This is the largest international triathlon competition ever held in Quebec after the 1999 World Championships.
12 races for competitive and age group athletes highlight Canada’s premiere domestic triathlon race set for June 27-28 at the Groupe Copley World Triathlon Montreal
New 14-event development series provided high-quality domestic race opportunities for young Canucks
National body invests in coaches across Canada to create a safe training environment for all
Stefan Daniel wins fourth World Championship title, Jessica Tuomela and Marianne Hogan snag first career bronze at premier event
Hoel posts career-best Junior World Championship result
Stefan Daniel continues golden streak in men’s standing, Jessica Tuomela and Marianne Hogan win women’s visually impaired race
Canada’s first male triathlon win comes at Tokyo 2020 Test Event
Strategic decision by Canadian squad to focus on relay pays off with podium performance
Karol-Ann Roy finishes 13th in women’s individual race, Taylor Forbes was 19th in men’s action
Six triathletes poised to continue Canada’s podium success at triathlon venue, July 27th and 29th
Kamylle Frenette successfully defends gold, Jessica Tuomela snags silver
Women’s Podium Update: Jeremy Briand and Karol-Ann Roy Win National Triathlon Championships in Kelowna
On behalf of everyone at Triathlon Canada, we regret to inform the community of an error that was made in the awarding of the women’s National Triathlon Championship podium, which was held in conjunction with the CAMTRI races on Sunday in Kelowna. Karol-Ann Roy...
Kyla Roy and Charles Paquet win Under-23 Canadian titles, Alexandrine Coursol and Brock Hoel crowned Junior champs
Spectator friendly race format to debut at 2020 Olympic Summer Games
Emy Legault and Jeremy Briand clock fastest Canadian times, Isla Britton and Russell Pennock shine in heats
Charles Paquet strikes gold in men’s CAMTRI race, Aiden Longcroft-Harris wins bronze
Canadian Para-triathletes Blast to Gold and Bronze in Front of Home Crowd at World Triathlon Series in Montreal
Stefan Daniel extends golden streak to four, Jessica Tuomela and guide Marianne Hogan claim bronze
Mike Lori and Martin Sobey crack top-20 in men’s sprint race
eavy rain in Nottingham forces officials to change race to duathlon format
Amelie Kretz finishes 12th in women’s World Cup race, Joanna Brown 16th at World Triathlon Series in Leeds
New title of important voting position changed from Athlete Representative to Athlete Director, brings respected athlete voice to boardroom
Six triathletes poised to continue Canada’s podium success at triathlon venue
Victoria resident celebrates first career CAMTRI podium, adding to impressive medal-winning run by Canadian triathletes this spring
Tyler Mislawchuk and Joanna Brown run into top-15 in World Triathlon Series races
A Letter to the Triathlon Canada Nation – Launch of Updated National Coaching Certification Program in 2019
Triathlon Canada supports athletes in reaching the Olympic and Paralympic podium, and we also hope to inspire all Canadians who want to discover the sport of triathlon. Regardless of where that start line is for our growing community of high-performance athletes (Competitive) or our passionate age groupers (Community), we firmly believe each of these athletes deserve great coaches, along with a safe environment to train and compete while connecting with your passion to swim, bike and run.
Matt Sharpe battles to 14th, Hannah Henry strong in World Cup debut placing 19th
Triathlon Canada has issued a Call of Nominations for an Athlete Director position on the Board of Directors to help shape the future of the governing body for the sport of triathlon in Canada.
Prince Edward Islander Martin Sobey wins first-ever CAMTRI Sprint Triathlon American Cup in Virginia
Canada 1-3-5 in men’s elite, fourth in women’s elite race
MADRID, Spain—Canada’s Matt Sharpe will leave Madrid, Spain wishing for more following a 14th-place effort at the Triathlon World Cup on Sunday.
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