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Mailing Address

Triathlon British Columbia
PO Box 34098, STN D
Vancouver, BC
V6J 4M1

Email

To contact the Executive Director, the Board of Directors, or for general inquires, please email us at: info[at]tribc.org

Telephone and Fax

Telephone:  (604) 736-3176
Fax: (604) 736-3180

 

Introduction

Triathlon BC is a not-for-profit, provincial governing body devoted to the promotion of the sports of Triathlon, Duathlon, Aquathlon and Winter Triathlon for all skill levels and age groups.

The sport of Triathlon is comprised of events that include swimming, cycling and running components. Duathlon is comprised of events that include only running and cycling, while an Aquathlon is comprised of events that include a swimming and running segment.  Winter Triathlon consists of cross-country skiing, mountain biking and running. There may be slight variations in a component of any of these events.

Vision Values & Mission Statement

VISION

"Through sustainable excellence, Triathlon BC will be the leading triathlon association in Canada."

VALUES

Triathlon BC will endeavour to:

Be Athlete-Driven through services, programs and initiatives focussed on our athletes

Achieve a standard of Excellence in all that the association does

Prioritize Fair Play in competitions

Be Honest in all communication

Provide programs and services that are Inclusive in their design and delivery

Demonstrate Integrity  through all programs and policies

Be Objective and Ethical through strong governance

Establish and maintain a Professional level of service for members and stakeholders

Offer a Safe environment for all competitors, coaches, officials, volunteers and spectators

MISSION STATEMENT

Triathlon BC develops, supports and promotes the sport throughout the province by providing opportunities to participate and compete.

As a sport development guide, Triathlon BC and its Board refers to the 2016 - 2019 Strategic Plan on an on going basis.  Our Board and Staff revisit this important document on an annual basis, referring to the Plan to help guide the sport and its development.

2015/16 Board of Directors

The 2015/2016 Board of Directors was elected at the Annual General Meeting on September 27th, 2015, held in Vancouver, BC.  Members who would like to request Minutes of the AGM or audited financial statements can do so my contacting Triathlon BC.

 

Board of Directors

  • Duncan Wood, Chair (elected 2015, 2-year term)
  • Faith Wells, Treasurer  (elected 2015, 2-year term)
  • Keith Iwasaki, Secretary  (elected 2016, 2-year term)
  • Troyce Beglaw, Director at Large (elected 2016, 2-year term)
  • Kirk Lewis, Director at Large (elected 2016, 2 year term)
  • Clement Lim, Director at Large (elected 2016, 2 year term)
  • Larry Feagan, Director at Large (elected 2015, 2 year term)
  • Biggi Weischedel, Director at Large (elected 2015, 2-year term)
  • Vicki Lundine, Director at Large (elected 2015, 2-year term)
  • Les Pereira, Past President

Individual Board Members can be reached at info[at]tribc.org.

Staff

Kelly Guest, RTC-Victoria Coach

Alan Carlsson, Provincial Coach

Andrew Armstrong, Technical Coordinator

Emily Vickery, Membership Coordinator

Allan Prazsky, Executive Director

Constitution

A copy of Triathlon BC's 2015 Constitution can be downloaded as a .pdf documents HERE.

Harassment Policy

Triathlon BC is committed to providing a sport and work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Each individual has the right to participate and work in an environment that promotes equal opportunities and prohibits discriminatory practices. To read our Harassment Policy, please click on the link below.

Harassment Policy

Bullying & Harassment Statement

Fair Play Policy

Personal Information Protection

Triathlon BC values and respects the privacy of its Board of Directors, financial supporters, members, coaches, officials, managers and staff.  Our Personal Information Protection policy sets out how Triathlon BC deals with personal information.  To read our policy, please click on the link below.

Personal Information Protection Policy

Drug Free Policy

The objective of this policy is to provide a consistent response to the use of banned drugs and
practices in Canadian Sport so as to deter those who might engage in doping and protect those
who commit themselves to the practice of sport based on fair play. 

Drug Free Policy 

Member Conduct, Dispute Resolution & Appeals Policy

Triathlon BC is committed to providing a sport environment that reflects Triathlon BC’s values of community, personal development, sportsmanship, ethical conduct and excellence. Membership in Triathlon BC, and participation in its sanctioned activities, brings with it many benefits and privileges that are balanced by Member responsibilities and obligations. To read our full Conduct,  Dispute and Appeals Policy, please click on the link below.

Member Conduct, Dispute Resolution & Appeals Policy

EQUITY & ACCESS POLICY

Triathlon BC is committed to a sport and work environment that provides equitable opportunities and access, and treats all individuals with respect and fairness.  To Read our policy on Equity and Access, please click on the link below.

Equity & Access Policy

PROHIBITED CONDUCT POLICY

This Prohibited Conduct Policy prohibits conduct that is not consistent with the Canadian Policy on Prohibited Conduct in Sport. The Code prohibits conduct by individuals in positions of authority that causes physical or emotional harm to athletes and sport participants, conduct that is fundamentally incompatible with the values of integrity, trust, fair play, respect for others and sportsmanship. to download the Prohibited Conduct Policy, please click on the link below.

Prohibited Conduct Policy

COMMUNICATIONS & SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY

Electronic communication is essential for sharing and disseminating news and information with our members. Our communication will be timely, appropriate and related to the business of sport.  In disseminating information, Triathlon BC will use a range of electronic tools to communicate with its members.

Our communication will protect members’ privacy, maintain clear boundaries and ensure that bullying and harassment does not occur, and restricts inappropriate and offensive behaviour online. To view our Communications and Social Media Policy, please click on the following link:

Communications & Social Media Policy


Affiliations

Triathlon BC is affiliated with the following governing bodies:

 Triathlon Canada (National Governing Organization for Triathlon, Duathlon and Aquathlon)
 International Triathlon Union (World Governing Organization for Triathlon, Duathlon and Aquathlon)