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.
Hoel leads Canada’s junior men in sprint triathlon race in Monterrey
14-event development series provides more high-quality domestic race opportunities, preparing young Canadian athletes for elite international competition
Brown becomes just third Canadian ever to podium on World Triathlon Series
Subaru Canada named official vehicle partner of Triathlon Canada
Triathlon Canada will host a TrainingPeaks University Seminar on the heels of the Ironman 70.3, June 3-4 at Victoria’s Pacific Institute of Sport Excellence (PISE).
Mislawchuk becomes first Canadian in six years to climb onto the top of the World Cup podium
Amelie Kretz enjoys golden breakthrough, Stefan Daniel wins Para-triathlon race
Shocked Canadians dealt string of tough luck with all four athletes crashing in Abu Dhabi
Pavlos Antoniades leads Canadian men into 10th spot, three Canucks in top-15
Held as part of the programming of the 15th Québec Pentathlon des neiges presented by MEC – the largest winter multisport event in the world with more than 6000 participants – the 6th edition of the ITU S3 Winter Triathlon World Cup features three distinct challenges: snow running, skating and cross-country skiing.
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Stefan Daniel, Joanna Brown and Tyler Mislawchuk Headline Triathlon Canada’s 2018 Excellence Award Winners
Saskatchewan’s Don Gallo receives William J. Hallett Award for outstanding contribution
Dacanay focused on leading technical officials to support continued growth of sport in Canada
Kelowna Apple Triathlon to host nation’s best, July 6-7
Taylor Forbes fights for fourth, Elisabeth Boutin places fifth in women’s race
Desirae Ridenour finishes 14th, Alexis Lepage grabs second-straight top-15 result
As you may be aware, the Cannabis Act (https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-24.5) came into force on October 17, 2018. The Cannabis Act is designed to better protect the health and safety of Canadians, to keep cannabis out of the hands of youth and to keep...
Joanna Brown, Tyler Mislawchuk, Desirae Ridenour and Matthew Sharpe team up for first international relay medal
Joanna Brown leads Canucks in sixth, Alexis Lepage 13th and Matthew Sharpe 14th
BUENOS AIRES, Arg.—Canada’s Solen Wood rebounded after a difficult swim to put in a solid 16th-place effort in the men’s triathlon race at the Youth Olympic Games on Monday in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Matt Sharpe stoked in 17th to mark best result of 2018
Young Canucks, Desirae Ridenour and Pavlos Antoniades, finish eighth in junior action
Paralympic silver medallist captures third career World Championship title
Sobey finishes 23rd, Charles Paquet places 28th
Canada to field 17 athletes from across the country focused on delivering podium performances
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