New athletes

Information for New Athletes Participating in swimming, cycling, and running will provide you with the opportunity to build upon many valuable physical, emotional and social skills. The inclusive nature of triathlon is also an excellent way to boost your physical and mental health. Triathlon Distances In true multisport fashion, the sport of triathlon offers a […]

Triathlon Canada Welcomes New CEO

VICTORIA—Joe Morissette will be counted on to play an integral role in building on a strong foundation already established at Triathlon Canada to shape an even brighter future for the Canadian triathletes as the national sport organization’s new chief executive officer. After an extensive national search in cooperation with our provincial sport organizations and funding […]

2022 SuperSeries Launched using NEW Format!

Triathlon BC’s 2022 SuperSeries will test athletes’ skill, strategy and preparation over a 5-race series, where athletes will compete in individual sport time trials and races. Aquathlons, Duathlons, Mad Moto style events combined with established, performance on demand races like the North Shore Triathlon will combine to create an incredibly robust season that is sure […]

F2C Nutrition Renews Partnership with Triathlon BC

Today, British Columbia-based F2C Nutrition and Triathlon BC announced the continuation of a 5-year partnership. The renewed agreement will see F2C Nutrition support all BC Championship events throughout the 2022 season, and fuel the BC Team representing the province at the Canada Summer Games this year. “We are excited to partner with Triathlon BC, an […]

Triathlon Canada Welcomes New High Performance Director

Courtesy Triathlon Canada   VICTORIA—After serving triathlon head coaching roles in Asia over the last decade, Patrick Kelly is returning home to Victoria to take the lead of Triathlon Canada’s high-performance program. Kelly brings nearly four decades of coaching and leading high performance triathletes, including three World Champions, to his new position as High Performance […]

Triathlon BC Renews Partnership with Rudy Project North America

Triathlon BC is proud to announce that it has extended its partnership with Rudy Project North America leading into the 2022 season. Rudy Project is the premier supplier of sunglasses, helmets and prescription eyewear in North America for the multisport community. The collaboration, now moving into its seventh year, provides Triathlon BC members with exclusive […]

Triathlon BC Welcomes News Program Manager for 2022

The Triathlon BC is pleased to announce the appointment of Juli Prokopchuk Brattan as the new Program Manager, effective January 4, 2022. As a member of Triathlon BC’s staff, Juli will play an integral role in supporting our strategic vision, and engage with our stakeholder in BC and across Canada. Juli’s in-depth knowledge of sport […]

Congratulations to Our New (and Returning) Board Members!

Triathlon BC is thrilled to announce that the following exceptional community leaders have been (re)elected to the Board of Directors. Embodying Triathlon BC’s culture of excellence, we can’t wait to start working with the returning Board, as we start planning for a successful kickstart to sport in 2022. Without further ado, the successful incumbents are… […]

Tips for Training the Female Athlete

August 28, 2020 | by Katie Meredith, Strength & Conditioning Coach | Hydrotherapy Coach | Performance Rehabilitation Coach Living in the year 2020, the promotion of equality between genders, race, age and values is hard to ignore. Physically and metabolically, however, there are significant differences between males and females in sport that in turn should […]

Training For New Cyclists, Focusing On Motivation and Injury Prevention

Due to COVID-related restrictions on gyms and team sports, we’re seeing many new cyclists on the roads and trails lately. For many active people, picking up a new sport feels natural – but can come with some aches and pains. Even for regular riders, spring is often plagued by injuries caused by ramping up too […]