Triathlon Canada International Competition Card (ICC) & Pre-Participation Medical Exam (PPE) Update

All junior athletes competing at the 2017 Triathlon Canada Junior National Championships in Ottawa will need a Triathlon Canada International Competition Card (ICC). The ICC requires each junior athlete submits a Pre-Participation Medical Exam (PPE) verifying they are healthy to compete.

The ICC application is done online at https://ccnbikes.com/#!/memberships/triathlon-canada-2017-international-competition-card

All the instructions for the PPE are included in the ICC application, including the creation of a secure and private account for uploading the PPE.

The PPE takes on average 7-14 days. It may take longer if the ECG returns adverse findings preventing the MD from signing off without consulting a cardiologist. Juniors who delay getting a PPE may not be eligible for a Triathlon Canada ICC, and, no athlete without a valid ICC (and PPE) will compete at the 2017 Triathlon Canada Junior National Championships.