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Anja Krueger Captures Silver Medal at Canada Games

Anja Krueger won Manitoba's first medal of the 2022 Canada Summer Games.   Anja earned a Silver medal in the Women's Sprint Triathlon at the Canada Games! Anja has been a strong competitor all season, winning events in Manitoba and abroad, and has proven her...

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2022 Rule Updates

Rule Updates to know before Your 2022 Triathlon Season!   Our officials would like to highlight a few rule changes made by World Triathlon (our sports global governing body), which may impact your races this year. New wetsuit rule:  the wetsuit cutoff limit for...

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Update from Our Board of Directors

The imposed pause or slow down to most sports during the pandemic has left many, including Triathlon, in a state of needing to pick back up to reinvigorate all elements of our sport. Triathlon Manitoba is happy to report that over these unprecedented times, 2020 to...

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Triathlon Manitoba Elite Athletes Take Florida

At the beginning of March, a number of athletes from our Manitoba Triathlon Centre left behind snowy Manitoba and headed to sunny Florida to kick off their race season! They had two incredible weekends of racing against some intense competition. After two years of...

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2022 Race Calendar – We’re Back!!

Racing is returning to Manitoba in 2022, and we can't wait! This season brings a variety of race opportunities – from indoor to outdoor, roads to trails, dus to tris to relays, and more! We are so excited to see everyone back in action, and for our community to be...

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Updated Public Health Orders

As of this morning, Tuesday, February 15, the Province of Manitoba is moving forward with a plan to further reduce restrictions in their newest Public Health Orders. Specific to sport, these updates state: Spectator capacity limits will be eliminated in venues for...

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Updated PHOs impacting 12-17 year old athletes

As of December 6, 2021, youth aged 12 to 17 years attending indoor sport and recreational facilities must provide proof that they have received: at least one dose of an approved vaccine, or proof of a pharmacist-confirmed negative result from an approved rapid antigen...

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How to Watch Tyler at the Tokyo Olympic Triathlon

Oak Bluff's Tyler Mislawchuk will race the Tokyo Olympic Triathlon at 4:30pm this Sunday (it's 6:30am Monday for him in Japan) and we'll provide the links to everyone HERE. Triathlon Manitoba will also host a Viewing Party at Birds Hill Park.  To ensure compliance...

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Organized Sport Resumes

Phase one of Manitoba's summer reopening plan was announced this week, with Updated Public Health Restrictions taking effect on Saturday, June 26. This phase of Restart MB including the following announcements about sport and fitness: 16(2) Persons may engage in any...

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Blake Harris Wins Again – Racing through Uncertainty

The last time any of our MTC Team were able to travel to a USAT Series Race, Blake Harris took the win in the Youth Event.  That was nearly two years ago and as we all know, a lot has changed since then... Training in isolation; only one month of swim training all...

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Am I still allowed to train?

Yesterday's Press Release announced an extension of strict Public Health Orders. At that time, Premier Pallister and Dr. Roussin both asked at that press conference for Manitobans to stay home as much as possible, with Dr. Roussin stating “The public health orders...

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Updated Public Health Orders – May 22nd to 29th

Please Triath-alone this Week New Provincial Health Orders will be in effect from 12:01 am Saturday, May 22nd until Wednesday, May 26th. UPDATE - now extended through May 29th. outdoor gatherings with anyone from outside a household are no longer allowed and this...

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The one to beat in Tokyo’s heat?

Today's Winnipeg Free Press features a great article on Tyler Mislawchuk written by Mike Sawatzky. You can read the article for free by signing up with your e-mail address, and we'd certainly recommend doing so.  Here are a few of our favourite quotes from the story:...

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New Public Health Orders – May 9th

The Province of Manitoba has announced new Provincial Health Orders to come into effect on Sunday, May 9, 2021. With infection numbers and hospitalizations rising quickly, the new restrictions close indoor facilities and limit outdoor gatherings to a maximum of five...

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#RestartMB – Triathlon Edition – Updated April 20th

The Province of Manitoba has announced new Provincial Health Orders to come into effect on April 20, 2021. This phase of Restart MB including the following announcements about sport and fitness: • allowing outdoor sports facilities to reopen for casual sports as well...

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A Challenging Season Ahead

Life during a pandemic has meant giving up a lot, which is part of the reason we don't want to give up on goals that keep us motivated.  With that in mind, we are proud to present our somewhat different 2021 Season Calendar. Most of our local Race Events still need to...

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2021 Survey

Vaccine approval may be here, but that doesn't mean mass events return overnight.  Instead of facing another season with only uncertainty and hope, Triathlon Manitoba wants to ensure our athletes have goals on the horizon, to keep you motivated and reward your efforts...

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2020 Triathlon Manitoba Scholarship Recipients

Please join us in congratulating Megan Van Heyst and Annika Niblock who are the recipients of the 2020 Triathlon Manitoba Scholarship. This year marks 25 years since the Triathlon Manitoba Scholarship was first established. This scholarship was created in memory of...

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News on Age Group Team Canada and the 2021 Grand Final(s)

After months of working with our provincial partners, Triathlon Canada and the ITU, we can finally announce some important news for athletes who earned their spot on Age Group Team Canada for the 2020 Triathlon Grand Final events. You can read the full release from...

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Racing Returns!!

It still isn't a normal season, but for anyone looking to scratch their racing itch, we are excited to share new options for July & August!!   Road Time Trials with the MCA Manitoba Cycling Association and Triathlon Manitoba have teamed up to offer a Time...

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Return To Workouts

We've been very fortunate in Manitoba that the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have been largely contained, at least relative to the rest of North America.  While it's still unknown if we'll be able to host any races in 2020, our return to play submission has been...

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Training During Covid Crisis

As Spring finally arrives after our long winter (and a really long April), we all look forward to being outside and active.  This year, things are a bit different, so we wanted to offer some advice on responsible training during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the past...

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2020 Manitoba Summer Games Postponed

Today Sport Manitoba announced the postponement of the Manitoba Summer Games. The Games were meant to take place this August, with the City of Dauphin hosting and our triathlon event taking place in Riding Mountain National Park.  With the current social distancing...

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First Event Cancellations

As our province continues efforts to lessen the spread of COVID-19, this week sees the announcements of our first race cancellations, as well as continued program cancellations. The Birds Hill Duathlon in the Park Series (Tuesdays in May), Grand Valley Duathlon (June...

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COVID-19 Cancellations – UPDATED March 20

As a measure to limit the potential spread of corona virus (covid-19) and in keeping with the Province of Manitoba's declared state of emergency, including the "immediate closures of all ... gyms, fitness centres and athletic clubs and training facilities", Triathlon...

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Goals for Triathlon in Canada

In the spring of 2019, Triathlon Canada and its partner PSO’s began a collaborative engagement process which identified some key areas of improvement in the current system. This included clarity regarding roles and responsibilities. The following document is the...

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