Join us Oct 13, 2018 for the fall duathlon. For a full description of the course, costs and registration information please click here
Tuesday, August 7 at 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST
YWCA Pool and Kinsmen Park, Saskatoon
Event distances – to be adjusted downward as necessary:
6-7 Years Old – 50m swim / 500m run
8-9 Years Old – 100m swim / 1km run
10-11 Years Old – 200m swim / 2km run
12-13 Years Old – 300m swim / 3km run
14-16 Years Old – 500m swim / 3km run
Free of charge
Maximum participants 60
To get registered, please fill out the registration form found here. Completed forms can be emailed to email@example.com
The Bridge City Duathlon is a fun, low key event to kick off the 2018 season! Register Here
Run on the beautiful Meewasin Trail
Cycle on Spadina Crescent (closed course), tackling the hill on Ravine Drive
Run again on the beautiful Meewasin Trail
Transition Area in the Parking lot at the Meewasin Warm-Up Hut
Open to all levels of ability and experience. Relay teams accepted!
Minimum age for the Sprint: 13 yrs. as of Dec. 31, 2018
Minimum age for the Long Course: 16 yrs. as of Dec. 31, 2018
Kids Duathlon: 8 - 12 yrs. as of Dec. 31, 2018
Train right for your Spring and Summer Races – run faster, further and with better form than last year. Register Here
Sundays from 12:00-1:00 pm
April 15 through May 27, 2018
(no class May 6)
- Class size will be restricted to ensure personalized feedback and coaching
- This program will focus on proper RUN technique to help you:
Improved bike handling skills will make you a more confident and faster rider. Drills, activities and rides will be used to teach and practice skills. Register Here
This is a great opportunity for gaining drafting skills for those interested in draft legal age group races.
STCI members: FREE
Non-STCI members: $75
This race is now sold out!
This annual event is about kids coming out to have fun, achieve something personal and special, and for everyone else to cheer and congratulate them on their accomplishments! Registration is now open.
Event Location: Riversdale Pool, Saskatoon.
Participants may also need a one day race license ($10) for insurance purposes.
Click here to register
|Categories||Distance||Early Bird till June 1st||After June 1st|
|5 and under (tykes and trikes)||200m run/500m bike/200m run||$25.00||$30.00|
|6 - 7 Year Olds 50m||50m swim/1.5km bike/500m run||$40.00||$45.00|
|8 - 9 Year Olds||100m swim/5km bike/1km run||$40.00||$45.00|
|10 - 11 Year Olds||200m swim/5km bike/2km run||$40.00||$45.00|
|12 -13 Year Olds||300m swim/10km bike/3km run||$40.00||$45.00|
|14 - 15 Year Olds||500m swim/10km bike/3km run||$40.00||$45.00|
You've seen the announcements - the Living Sky Triathlon, hosted by your Saskatoon Triathlon Club, has been awarded 6 highly sought after Age Group Sprint World Championship Qualifying Spots!
Want to represent Canada at the 2019 ITU Multisport World Championship Festival in Pontevedra, Spain or the 2019 ITU Triathlon World Grand Final in Lausanne, Switzerland? Who wouldn't?
We are especially proud to announce that we were granted the MOST qualifying spots of any race in Western Canada - so Race LOCAL and you could be on your way to Race Europe!
Click Here for details.
Do your kids love to swim / bike / run but don't know where to start to enter a kid-friendly triathlon?
Youth aged 8 to 13 can get ready for the Brainsport Kids of Steel race by participating in our 4-week KickStart clinic.
Kids will learn swim, bike, run and transition skills through games, drills and appropriate training activities.
The 4 week KickStart clinic is only $100 and participants get FREE entry into the Brainsport Kids of Steel race!
A 9 week program on Sunday mornings (90 min) or Monday evenings (60 min). Register Here
Coached Weekday Swims – open now
Monday, Friday or Saturday mornings
Flexible drop ins – 3 or 10 pks available
Drop in packs can be used at any of our swim times.
The University of Saskatchewan Triathlon Club is proud to present our 3rd annual IndoorMan! Register Here
No need to worry about sunburns, lightening, freezing rain, wetsuits or flat tires.
And as a bonus we have also designed the course without hills!
The IndoorMan is a timed, rather than distance, triathlon.
You complete what you can, within the time allotted.
Perfect for those who want to sprint - as well as those who just want to ‘try-a- tri’.
Is your closet a little cramped? Bring your extra gear and make room / money for something new! But first join us for at Leopold’s off Broadway for a drink and lunch.
Don’t forget our sponsor Brainsport would love to take those gently used shoes off your hands - they provide them to groups and individuals in need. Win - win!
Drinks / Lunch at Leopold’s from Noon
Gear Swap in the Brainsport Lobby from 1 – 4 pm
The first outdoor triathlon of the season and a great way to help out those in need! Register Here
Designed for two groups of people; beginners who want to feel the experience of a triathlon race and the experienced who want a soft kick-start to their training schedule.
This is an un-timed race in memory of Marlene Antoniuk who volunteered annually with JTI and battled lymphoma cancer from 2004 until October 2010.
This year all excess proceeds will go to the Pink Wig Foundation, a LOCAL non-profit legacy fund providing financial support to cancer patients and their families.
For more information please visit www.makinithappenyxe.com
Flexible 10-packs are still available and can be used through Swim Session 3 which starts in March. Register Here: https://ccnbikes.com/#!/series/stci-fall-winter-swim-session
Use the Flexible 10-Pack and drop in when it suits you.
Sunday - 8:30 -10:00 am at Harry Bailey with Coaches Jen Gertken and RossAnn Edwards
Monday - 8:00 - 9:00 pm at Harry Bailey with Coach Brammon Edwards
Monday morning 6:00 - 7:30 am at Harry Bailey with Coach Jen Gertken
Friday morning 6:15 - 7:30 am at Harry Bailey with Coach RossAnn Edwards
Saturday 10:30 – 12:00 am at Shaw with Coach RossAnn Edwards
Are you interested in trying something new and exciting? The Just Tri-It program is a great place to start. It offers training opportunities for women in swimming, biking and running/walking. Here you will find a fun, relaxed and informal group of women, all with the goal to develop a more active and healthy lifestyle.
This program is open to adult women (18+ years). Bring your co-worker, friend, sister, mom, aunt, grandmother! Join us for fun & fitness, while you make great friends! The program is encouraging and you don’t need to be an “athlete” – just need the courage to JUST TRI-IT.
Bring a positive just tri-it attitude!
Don't run sloppy - start your New Year with us!
Registration is open - complete your New Year’s resolution in advance by signing up now.
Kids Triathlon Clinic
Ages 8-12 (as of December 31, 2018)
Bike & Run Clinic: 9:00-11:30am - Saskatoon Field House
Triathlon Talk: 12:15-1:00pm - Saskatoon Field House (Please bring a lunch, drinks will be provided)
Swim Clinic: 1:15-2:15pm - Harry Bailey Aquatic Centre
Sunday March 4th, 2018
Full day cost $60 and 10% discounts if previously registered for our 2017/2018 kids clinics.
What do you need?
Bike in good working order, helmet, bathing suit, goggles, running shoes
We Offer: Introductory swim, bike and run skills and drills.
Adaptive coaching to existing abilities.
All clinics have trained triathlon coaches with excellent coach / participant ratio.
Come join us to learn new skills and have fun!
Click here to register
The annual general meeting will be held on November 21, 2017. Stay tuned for more updates.
Congratulations to the following athletes named to the 2017 SK Triathlon team for Canada Summer Games, July 27 - Aug 5, Winnipeg:
Sam Seshadri (Saskatoon)
Kyle Caie (Saskatoon)
Kaelen Kolb (Regina)
Mathais Yuzdepski - alternate (Saskatoon)
Kaycee Schroeder (Saskatoon)
Natalia Kolesova (Regina)
Tatiana Regier (Saskatoon)
Samantha Graham - alternate (Saskatoon)
The athletes will compete against Canada's best Jr. athletes in an individual Sprint distance race, a male specific relay, female specific relay and a mixed relay. (relays are all supersprint distances and now an Olympic event)
Triathlon Canada National Championships/CAMTRI Sprint Premium Cup (Junior, U23, Elite)
Twelve Sask STC athletes compete in Ottawa on the weekend.
Twelve Sask Triathlon Centre athletes competed in these championships as well as a mixed relay, youth and kids of steel races, June 17 and 18th in Ottawa.
This premium event was the first in North America to feature an elimination format for a CAMTRI Premium America’s Cup. The elimination format provided Elite, U23 and Junior athletes to race on both Sat June 17 and Sun June 18 against each other.. The CAMTRI event enabled Canada’s best athletes to showcase their speed and aggressive racing on Saturday over the super sprint distance on a fast course. On Sunday, these same athletes competed in either an A, B, or Exhibition final SPRINT distance race.
Two U23 athletes (Brennen Smith, Keisha Besler) and 6 Junior athletes (Sam Seshadri, Kaelen Kolb, Kyle Caie, Kaycee Schroeder, Samantha Graham, Tatiana Regnier) represented Sask and Canada in these events.
Both Smith and Besler advanced to the A final with Smith finishing 14th/30 (57:21) in the championship sprint event and Besler clocking 1:06.35 to finish 22nd/30 in the female category.
Two of our Junior males, Seshadri and Kolb advanced to the B finals finishing 25th (1:04.41)and 26th (1:04.48) respectively. Caie just missed out on the B finals but was 3rd of 23 in the Exhibition final with a 57:42 sprint time.
Schroeder, Graham and Regnier raced in the supersprint qualifying heats but did not qualify for the A or B finals. Samantha Graham then raced in the women’s Exhibition final and placed 5th of 9 competitors with a time of 1:12.16 and Regnier was one of the team members on the Sask mixed relay along with Kaitao Han, Ella Perras, and Ben Seshadri placing 5th of the 10 teams.
Ella Perras, Ben Seshadri and Kaitao Han competed in the youth event in Ottawa, one of the Ontario’s Youth cup series races. Both Perras and Seshadri were fifth in their races (5/17; 5/28) and Han finished 6th of 28 14/15 yr. old male participants.
Molly Lakustiak won her 12/13 year old category of 24 girls with a very strong run.
Full results can be found at: https://www.sportstats.ca/events.xhtml?eventname=2017%20Canadian%20Triathlon&companies=[1,2,9,8]
The Annual Sask Triathlon Centre (STC) Christmas Camp is being held in Saskatoon, Dec. 27 - 30
Ages 12 and older welcome! Triathlon experience and the ability to swim 400m necessary
Contact the Provincial Coach, RossAnn Edwards, for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Registrations must be received by Dec. 18th
Click on links below for the camp schedule and registration form.
Not sure if your rollin' the right way?
Need some rollin' tips n tricks?
Whether you have been rollin' for a long time OR have never used a roller before, please join us to learn some techniques to get the job done!
Date: February 22nd, 2017
When: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Where: Saskatoon Field House, Meeting Room 1
This is a great opportunity for gaining drafting skills for those interested in draft legal age group races.
All Youth (13 - 15 yrs.) and Juniors (16 - 19 yrs.) are required to be draft legal certified to race in draft legal events.
Improved bike handling skills will make you a more confident and faster rider.
Drills, activities and rides will be used to teach and practice skills, pacelining, echelon and pack riding.
The clinic does not guarantee certification, but will provide recommendations in the event a cyclist is not quite ready to be certified.
When: Sunday 7th May, 2017
Where: Rotary Park start
Time: 10:30am – 4:00pm
Cost: $60 for STCI members, $70 for non-STCI members
* SASKATOON TRIATHLON CLUB (STCI) MEMBERSHIP IS OPTIONAL, HOWEVER, SASKATCHEWAN TRIATHLON ASSOCIATION (STAC) MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED
Note: registrant must be at least 12 years of age as of 31st December 2017.
Minors must have guardians complete the attached waiver form.
Do your kids love to swim / bike / run but don’t know where to start to enter a kid friendly triathlon?
Youths aged 8 to 15 can get ready for the Brainsport Kids of Steel race (to be held in Saskatoon on Saturday 17th June, 2017), by participating in our 3-week KickStart clinic.
Kids will learn swim, bike, run and transition skills through games, drills and appropriate training activities plus participants of the clinic get FREE entry into the Brainsport Kids of Steel race!
Fee is $90 and the camp is sponsored by the Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Corporation and the Saskatoon Triathlon Club.
Sunday afternoon between May 21st and June 11th, 2017.
May 21st and June 4th sessions will be held at the Saskatoon Shaw Center from 3:00 – 5:45 pm.
June 11th session will be held at Riversdale Pool from 4:00 – 5:30 pm. This session will act as a course orientation for the Brainsport Kids of Steel race.
Entrants must have an approved helmet and a bike in good working order.
A list of things to bring to the clinic will be sent once registered.
Participants must have a valid annual STAC (Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Corporation) membership to participate. Cost is $20 per year.
Clinic Head Coach / Coordinator: RossAnn Edwards, Saskatchewan Triathlon Provincial Coach
Assistant Coaches: Saskatchewan Triathlon Center athletes
Date: Saturday, June 17, 2017
Registration: 8:00 - 8:45
Race start - 9:00am
Race end - 11:00am
Event Location: Riversdale Pool, Saskatoon
|Categories||Distance||Early Bird till June 6th||After June 6th|
|5 and under (tykes and trikes)||200m run/500m bike/200m run||$20.00||$25.00|
|6 - 7 Year Olds||50m swim/1.5km bike/500m run||$35.00||$40.00|
|8 - 9 Year Olds||100m swim/5km bike/1.5km run||$35.00||$40.00|
|10 - 11 Year Olds||200m swim/5km bike/2km run||$35.00||$40.00|
|12 -13 Year Olds||300m swim/10km bike/3km run||$35.00||$40.00|
|14 - 15 Year Olds||300m swim/10km bike/3km run||$35.00||$40.00|
Saturday December 30 9:00-12:00pm @ Shaw Center
Video stroke analysis gives you the opportunity to view your stroke from a multitude of angles and positions to better assess your strengths and weaknesses. Visual and coach feedback will enable you to make corrections easier as well as provide cues to help grasp how to improve your technique. Class size is limited please email email@example.com for more information
Sunday December 17 8:30 – 10:00am @ Harry Bailey
The scariest two words in swimming....Time Trial! In fact time-trials are so intimidating that every swim coach knows never to tell your swimmers ahead of time they're going to do a time-trial or they won't show up. But time-trials force you to be honest with yourself and whilst that's scary it is very empowering. So, let's be scared together! STCI is offering 400M and 800M time-trials on Sunday December 17 from 8:30 - 10:00am @ Harry Bailey. If you already participate in the STCI swim programs, it is free. Or it is $10 (bring cash to the pool). You must have a STAC membership. Please register prior by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what distance and your estimated time.