Triathlon BC's affiliated clubs provide social engagement, oversee training opportunities, and encourage development across all abilities.

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Coaching by Janae

Pathway: Participation/
Location: Penticton/
Region: Thompson-Okanagan/
Coach Certification: Community Trained/
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TriNerds Tri Club

Pathway: Participation/ Performance/
Location: Victoria/
Region: Vancouver Island/
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MAD Endurance Coaching

Pathway: Participation/ Performance/
Location: Whistler/
Region: Metro Vancouver/
Coach Certification: Competition Development Certified/
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Kamloops Triathlon Club

Pathway: Participation/ Performance/ Youth/
Location: Kamloops/
Region: Thompson-Okanagan/
Coach Certification: Comp Dev/
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RFM Endurance

Pathway: Participation/ Performance/
Location: Victoria/
Region: Vancouver Island/
Coach Certification: Community Trained/
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MelRad Coaching

Pathway: Participation/ Performance/
Location: Victoria/
Region: Vancouver Island/
Coach Certification: Community/
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Club registration for the 2022 season is open. If you wish to affiliate a club, please review the return to sport protocols, then hit the button below to register!


Benefits of Affiliating with Triathlon BC

There are plenty of reasons:

  • Affiliated clubs are listed on the Triathlon BC website according to zone and location.
  • Clubs are regularly featured in our eNews, with a circulation of over 8,500 subscribers.
  • Liability and Accident Insurance Coverage for all training events, social events, and fundraisers.
  • Affiliated clubs can request specific coach or officials clinics to best suit club needs and schedules, AND enjoy registration discounts!



How to Get Started

Resources, Club Affiliation forms and much more are available on our Getting Started page and list of Triathlon BC Affiliated Clubs is visible on our Club Listings page.

You can find our Resource List HERE.


On January 25th, 2022, B.C.’s Provincial Health Office announced updates to their COVID-19 response related to sport. To reflect these changes, viaSport has updated the Return to Sport Restart 2.0 chart with the following details and helpful reminders to keep the sport community safe.

The new Order is summarized below:

  • As of February 1, sport tournaments for youth 21 and under are allowed with the following requirements:
    • Spectators: seated and standing capacity is at 50%
    • Proof of vaccination and mask guidance remain in place.
  • Tournaments for adults 22 and older will stay on pause for now.

Other important reminders:

COVID-19 safety plans are no longer required for the volunteer sport environment, but clubs must follow their facilities’ guidance/plans and should consider having a communicable disease plan in place. Sport organizations that are also workplaces must follow WorkSafe guidance and make their COVID-19 safety plans publicly available. The PHO has updated its Workplace Safety order here.

The BC CDC has the latest information on what to do if you test positive.

The additional restrictions in Northern Health and Fraser East Order have recently ended. All regions in the province are the same for sport, which means there are no more region-specific health orders.

Updated on February 1, 2022


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