Tyler Mislawchuk podiums in Belguim

June 18th, 2018 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in Feature, News, Racing | No Comments »

This past weekend on Sunday, June 17th, in Antwerp, Belgium, Tyler Mislawchuk captured his 1st World Cup podium. For the race Mislawchuk posted the following splits: 750m swim – 9:09, 20km bike – 33:15, 5km run – 15:02.


Why you should commute to work

June 14th, 2018 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in Feature, News | No Comments »

Commuting is a great way to get in those easy base kilometres as you train for your next big race. Also, it is just a great way to get in some physical activity during your work week.


Desirae Ridenour wins Osaka-Castle ASTC Sprint Asian Cup

June 12th, 2018 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in Feature, News, Racing | No Comments »

This past weekend, Desirae Ridenour one of Canada’s most talented juniors, won her first elite race in Osaka-Castle, Japan


Guelph Lake 1 preview

June 12th, 2018 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in News, Profiles, Racing | No Comments »

With so many options, for all abilities, the race weekend is one of the biggest in Ontario.


Are triathletes morning people?

June 12th, 2018 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in Feature, News, Training | No Comments »

With three sports to train for many triathletes resort to training early in the morning. However is it right to generalize and say “triathletes are morning people?” Or does the sport condition competitors to […]


Lionel Sanders shows up at Tomatoman

June 11th, 2018 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in News, Racing | No Comments »

The Leamington Triathlon weekend (also known as “Tomatoman”) is one of the longest standing, independent triathlons in Canada. In the past, it has attracted some of the biggest names on the Canadian triathlon scene. […]


Canadians top the podium this weekend

June 11th, 2018 by Cam Mitchell | Posted in Feature, News, Racing | No Comments »

Beals and Roy win 70.3 Eagleman, Jahn wins Boulder and Wurtele wins in Belgium