About Triathlon Manitoba
Triathlon Manitoba is the Provincial Sport Organization for triathlon in the province of Manitoba. We are a volunteer-based organization, a partner of Sport Manitoba, and a member of Triathlon Canada.
A triathlon is a multi-sport race that usually consists of swimming, cycling, and running. Triathlon Manitoba has athletes, programs, and events in all regions of Manitoba. On behalf of our members, we provide leadership and direction in order to achieve athletic excellence, personal achievement.
Staff and Board
Triathlon Manitoba is a non-profit incorporated association that is governed by a board of directors. It is comprised of an Executive Committee (President, Vice President and Treasurer) and four directors.
Triathlon Manitoba Duties
The duties of the Executive Committee are outlined in the Triathlon Manitoba Constitution & Bylaws. In addition to these responsibilities, the Executive Committee, along with the designated Committee Chairpersons, are also responsible for the Business Plan and its evaluation.
Annual General Meeting
The election of the Board of Directors occurs every fall at the AGM. All terms are for two years.
2017-18 Board of Directors
John Gray | President
Dave Lipchen | Vice President
Tracey Code | Treasurer
- 3rd Wave Tri Club (Morden, MB)
- A & L Triathlon Club (Brandon, MB)
- Junk Yard Dogs Club (Portage la Prairie, MB)
- Kenora Borealis Club (Kenora, ON)
- Sulong Triathlon Group (Winnipeg, MB)
- T3 Triathlon Club (Winnipeg, MB)
- Tribalistic Triathlon Team (Winnipeg, MB)
- Trifactor Triathlon Club (Winnipeg, MB)
- Triple Threat Triathlon Club (Winnipeg, MB)
- Winnipeg Triathlon Club (Winnipeg, MB)
Volunteers are the foundation to the success, safety and enjoyment of supporting and growing the sport of triathlon. If you have attended a race in Manitoba, the festive and community atmosphere is because of the Triathlon Manitoba volunteers. Triathlon Manitoba is committed to treating our volunteers with respect, providing meaningful, enjoyable and challenging opportunities and recognizing their contributions.
Most coaches, officials, race marshals, race administrators, board and committee members are volunteers. Triathlon Manitoba needs parents to become involved as marshals and other roles to conduct a race at Kids of Steel, and junior events; current members to become officials; and for those experienced in the sport with an interest in the sport’s development, to become coaches.’
To become a volunteer, contact with Triathlon Manitoba.
A Volunteer of the Year award is given annually to member(s) that have shown a significant contribution and dedication to volunteerism to triathlon in Manitoba. Nominate a member Volunteer by completing and submitting a nomination form.
For a list of recent award winners since the inaugural award in 2015, see the Triathlon Manitoba Awards.
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The official start line for triathlon in Manitoba.
Sport for Life Centre
328-145 Pacific Ave