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Leah Sherriff: Earning Your Place

This weekend I will compete as a professional athlete for the first time… but it almost never happened. Getting to […]

Woodstockerific wins for Sanders and Quick

It was a case of deja vu at the Woodstock Triathlon, the season opening race for the MultiSport Canada Triathlon […]

Leah Sherriff: Learning when to suffer

“You desire to know the art of living, my friend? It is contained in one phrase: make use of suffering.” […]

Leah Sherriff: Rookie Mistake

Have you ever had a transition where everything’s gone wrong? Where your wetsuit becomes harder to get off than a straitjacket, […]

Leah Sherriff: What does it mean to be a professional triathlete?

“So you’re a professional triathlete now? What exactly does that mean?” This is the question that’s confronted me countless times […]

Catching up with Leah Sherriff

It’s been quite a year for Ottawa’s Leah Sherriff. She raced Ironman 70.3 Muskoka last year for fun, qualified for […]

Gear Review: PowerTap Joule GPS+

If you train with power, it’s likely that you pay close attention to a variety of metrics during your rides […]

Peter Davis: Triathlon Canada’s High Performance Director

With the resignation of Libby Burrell in December, who left the position after just over 3 years on the job […]

How to set a training program for the New Year?

By Tommy Ferris Sitting down to plan a training program for the New Year should be one of the most […]

Gear Review: PowerTap P1 Pedals

Price is always a consideration when shopping for a power meter, and today they are more affordable than ever with a […]