British Columbia’s triathletes continued to show their supremacy in the team competition at the Canada Games as both the women’s and men’s teams won gold. The team competition consists of a relay where each athlete swims 300 m, bikes 7 km, and runs 2 km, then tags off to the next team member until all three finish. The team of Alison Hooper, Christine Ridenour and Kyla Coates articleed a winning time of 1:09:35. Manitoba’s Sarah-Anne Brault, Rachael Edwards and Stevie Moore won silver (1:10:12) while Ontario’s Joanna Brown, Dorelle Hinton and Dominika Jamnicky snatched bronze (1:11:00). In fourth was Quebec (1:13:42) and Alberta was fifth (1:14:09). The B.C. men’s team followed the lead of the women and won gold as well. Matt Sharpe, Cole Stewart, and Jeff Phillips clocked a winning time of 1:04:09. Ontario’s Ian Donald, Connor Hammond and Tristan Woodfine won the silver medal (1:05:20), and Josh Drad, Riley MacCharles and Mark Okany won bronze for Manitoba (1:06:25). Nova Scotia (1:07:08) and Alberta (1:08:23) finished fourth and fifth.