Sport excellence starts with great officials and coaches

Exceptional technical officials and coaches are the backbone of our sport. Athletes of all levels rely on coaching guidance and support throughout the year, and on all-important race days, accurate and capable officiating makes all the difference to age-group personal best and high-performance results.


How to become a technical official

Becoming an official is a fairly straightforward process. Just connect with your provincial sport organization to find out the certification clinic schedule. You’ll join a dedicated network of officials across the country that are supported by their PSOs and mentored by senior members of the Triathlon Canada technical teams. Alongside the best, you’ll learn everything from ethics and decision-making to event organization.

Once you’ve got a few years of regular officiating under your belt, you could be nominated (if you wish) to Triathlon Canada to become qualified as an official for national or international races. (All officials at the Olympic/Paralympic games started as a Level 1 in their local communities!)

Current Technical Officials

You can find out more about Technical Officials with the Officials Program Overview, and see a full list of Triathlon Canada’s 2019 ITU certified officials. Your PSO will hold a list of their certified provincial officials.

Technical Officials tools

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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
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Victoria, BC
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Telephone: 250.412.1795
Fax: 250.412.1794
Office Hours: Daily 09:00–17:00(PST)

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