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June 2019

Kids of Steel

June 2
Hampton, 808 Main Street
Hampton, NB E5N 6E1 Canada

Hampton Ladies Triathlon

June 9
Hampton, 808 Main Street
Hampton, NB E5N 6E1 Canada

Kids of steel

June 15
Dieppe, 111 Aquatique St
Dieppe, NB E1A 5S4 Canada

Gagetown Triathlon/Duathlon

June 15
Gagetown Fitness Centre, Hackaberry St
Oromocto, NB Canada

Gagetown Triathlon/Duathlon

5 CDSB Gagetown is proud to host the 9th Gagetown Triathlon and Duathlon. The race is open to both military and civilians and the following distances will be offered for 2019:

Distances

Event/age

Start Time

Swim or Run

Bike

Run

Junior/14-15

0800

400 m Swim

12 km

2.5 km

Juniors/16-19

0800

400 m Swim

12 km

2.5 km

Super Sprint/16+

0800

400 m Swim

12 km

2.5 km

Sprint Triathlon/16+

0800

750 m Swim

20 km

5 km

Sprint Duathlon/16+

0920 mass start

5 km Run

20 km

2.5 km

 

It will be a great place to try your first triathlon or to get ready for longer outside races. We offer a mildly challenging and very safe circuit that is 95% closed to traffic. Registrations will be capped at 90 to allow for everyone to get through. Duathlon registration will remain open and will not be capped. The will be no race day registration.

Participants registered by Friday 24 May will receive a nice army green race t-shirt that you can wear with pride.
Environmental Considerations:

If the outside air temp is too low (forecasted to stay 10 Deg C or less for the duration of the event), the swim will be canceled the race will become a duathlon only. If the winds are too high for safe biking the race will become a swim-run only. If the weather is not conducive of a safe race the whole event will be canceled. That decision will be taken the night before the event.

Registration and pre-race brief.

Participant registration will be done in the Base Gagetown Fitness Centre from 0615 to 0850 and participants will be required to register before setting up in transition. The north entrance to the gym will be used; it is the one closest to the transition area and it will be clearly marked. There will be two separate pre-race briefs, one at 0730 for local athletes and one at 0900 for athletes traveling the morning of the race. Two lists will be published the day before the race. The pre-race briefs will be held inside the gym.

The base gym has change rooms, showers, and lockers available. There is also ample parking space for athletes and spectators. The Gagetown triathlon is very spectator friendly and friends and family are welcome to attend.

Transition zone will be located 150 meters to the north of the gym on a paved road. It will be open by 0630 hrs and will remain open throughout the event.

Swim course.

The swim will be held in a 25-meter pool. We will conduct rolling and continuous swim starts with the lineup starting at the pool bleachers so participants will be required to stay nearby once the pre-race brief is done. The intention is to keep the pool lanes filled at all times with two swimmers per lane. Swimmers will be required to stay on their side throughout the entire swim to ensure no interference between swimmers. Flip turns or side turns are permitted at each end as long as they do not interfere with others. Competitors may rest at any end of a lane if needed. Swim lanes will be assigned by the pool deck coordinator as they become available. Once called from the lineup, competitors will cross the start timing mat and make their way to their assigned swim lane to start swimming immediately. We will have lane counters to assist you and signal the end of your swim and it will be the responsibility of every athlete to inform the lane counter of the length of their swim (750 or 400 meters). There will be an end of swim timing mat right outside the pool to catch swim time.  Competitors will then make their way to the transition zone approx 150 meters north of the pool exit.

Bike course.

The bike course will consist of 4 km laps from the gym to the north gate and back. Participants will do either 3 or 5 laps depending on the event registered for. It will be the athlete’s responsibility to count their laps. The two turn-around spots will be clearly marked and designated as no passing zones. You can expect two long shallow descents on the way out, a few flat and straight sections in the middle, and some shallow climbs on the way back. The course will be closed to traffic except for one intersection, which will be guarded. A bike course map will be posted shortly.

Run course.

The run course will consist of 2.5 km laps of crushed stone trail with shallow climbs and descents. Participants will do either 1 or 2 laps depending on the event registered for. There will be a water station just outside of transition at the start or the run. A run course map will be posted shortly.

The run will finish with a sharp left-hand turn and a short climb to the finish timing mats. At that point, friends and family will be cheering you on through for one last effort.

Awards will be as follows:

Top three males and females for the sprint triathlon, sprint duathlon, junior 16-19, and juniors 14-15.

Make sure you stick around for the awards presentation after the race!

Train safe, train hard, and see you on race day!

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Rockwood Park Kids of Steel

June 22
Saint John, 55 Lake Dr S
Saint John, NB E2L 3Z8 Canada

Rockwood Park Kids of Steel Triathlon

Kids of Steel Rockwood Park Triathlon FAQ

Rockwood Park Kids of Steel is a FUN event to expose kids to the sport of Triathlon. There is no timing. Every participant is a winner!!!

Welcome to the 2019 edition of our ever-popular Kids Triathlon held on closed roads in beautiful Rockwood Park and proud to be a part of the East Coast Games.

When is the event held?

Saturday, June 22, 2019

Where is the event held?

Registration and the event will be staged at Fisher Lakes in Rockwood Park; next to the A-frame canteen.

What time does the event start?

Registration will start at 7:45 A.M. There are five age divisions and therefore five start times. The first age division will start at approximately 9 A.M. As soon as the last person in the current age group completes the bike portion of the event the next age division swim will start.

Who can participate in the event?

The event is open to all individuals aged six to fifteen.

What are the age divisions?

All participants are registered with other participants in the same age Division.
Age Division: 6-7 (participant born anytime in 2012-2013)
Age Division: 8-9 (participant born anytime in 2010-2011)
Age Division: 10-11 (participant born anytime in 2008-2009)
Age Division: 12-13 (participant born anytime in 2006-2007)
Age Division: 14-15 (participant born anytime in 2004-2005)

What are the event distances?

Age        Swim             Bike                  Run

6 – 7 25 m (1 lap) 1.5 km (1 lap) 400 m
8 – 9 50 m (2 laps) 3.0 km (2 laps) 1 km (1 lap)
10 – 11 100 m (4 laps) 4.5 km (3 laps) 2 km (2 laps)
12 – 13 150 m (6 laps) 6.0 km (4 laps) 3 km (3 laps)
14 – 15 200 m (8 laps) 7.5 km (5 laps) 3 km (3 laps)

Where can family/friends park their car?

Please park at the parking lot beside the stables. This will prevent pedestrian traffic on the bike course.

How much does registration cost?

Individual registration is $19.00 & Family registration (2 or more participants) is $36.00 for registrations up to 15 June 2019

Between 16 June to 21 June Individual Registration is $22.00 and Family (2 or more participants) is $43.00

Register by June 21st @ 6pm as event day registration is $30 /child.

Are there prizes awarded?

Each participant will receive a prize! Every finisher will have earned bragging rights of completing the event!

What do participants need to bring?

SWIM: Bathing suit, goggles (optional)

BIKE: Bicycle (racing, touring, mountain or BMX). Helmet is mandatory

RUN: Running shoes, clothing suitable for running, chests are to be covered

What is the course for the event?

  • Swim – start at the beach area in Fisher Lake
  • Swim – children are permitted to wear a lifejacket or flotation device
  • Lifeguards will be in the water during the swim portion of the event and swimmers may stop and rest if needed.

 

 

Buoys run lengthwise in the blue colored section of picture for the swim. The yellow colored section is 1 loop of the bike( 1.5 km). The red line is the out and back run course.
  • Bike – Roadway around the Fisher Lake: one loop is 1.5km in length – see picture

  • Bike – Note to parents, friends & family – please help us keep the children safe – non-participants need to stay off the course. Please take photos from the sidelines!
  • Run – Trail behind the A-Frame building: out and back, for the youngest age group the distance out is 200 meters (out and back = 400m); for other age groups it is a 500m distance to the turn around point (out and back is 1k)

YMCA Kids of Steel

June 22
Fredericton, 1605 St Mary Street
Fredericton, NB E3G 8T4 Canada

YMCA Fredericton Kids of Steel Triathlon!

Killarney Lake – June 22

Kids from 2-14 are invited to come out and test their metal

Radical Edge Bike check and check-in starts at 8AM

Events start @ 9AM – youngest first

Events will be over by 11AM

Ribbons/Medals will be awarded to all participants

APPROX DISTANCES

2-5   splash and dash

6-7 – swim 50m – bike 1.5km – run 500m

8-9 – swim 100m – bike 5km – run 1km

10-11 – swim 200m – bike 5km – run 2km

12-14 – swim 300m – bike 5km – run 3km

*Distances are approximate but close.

*Kids U6 will not have to swim and will only be in water up to their belly buttons.

*Bike course is crusher dust trail around Killarney lake.  Any bike will work.

*Run course is around playground area on a grass surface.

$15 per participant

You may also register at the YMCA


Rockwood By the Bay Triathlon

June 23
Saint John, 55 Lake Dr S
Saint John, NB E2L 3Z8 Canada

Rockwood Triathlon by the Bay Presented by Aberdeen Subaru

Dear Athletes,

Please join us for the annual Rockwood Triathlon By The Bay Presented by Aberdeen Subaru, on Sunday, June 23rd, 2019!

Events include:
-Sprint Triathlon (750m swim, 20km bike, 5km run)
-Sprint Duathlon (3km run, 20km bike, 5km run)
-Sprint Aquabike (750m swim, 20km bike)
-Super Sprint (375m swim, 10km bike, 3km run)

Age requirement/Waivers/Rules:
-Min age requirement for Sprint Distance events is 16 (as of December 31st, 2019)
-Min age requirement for Super-Sprint distance is 14 (as of December 31st, 2019)
-Waivers must be signed by all athletes or legal guardian if the athlete under the age of 18
-All athletes must present a government-issued ID with photo and Date of Birth
-All athletes are responsible for understanding the competition rules of triathlon: https://www.triathlon.org/uploads/docs/itusport_competition-rules_2019.pdf
-All athletes must be a member of Triathlon New Brunswick. Click here to purchase an annual membership or add a 1-day membership at checkout.

Event Details:
-There will be NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION
-Registrations closes Friday, June 21st at 10PM
-Event is capped at 150 registrants (register early to avoid disappointment!)
Race swag hoodies guaranteed until May 1st in order to guarantee delivery (limited numbers of each size available)
– $60 Early bird registration available until March 31st at 11:59 PM
-Pricing increase to $65 on April 1st
-Pricing increase to $70 on May 1st
-Pricing increase to $75 on June 1st
-$5 discount applied to athletes who have already registered for the Hampton Ladies Triathlon on June 9th, 2019
-Race registration fee is non-refundable
On race day, Athletes, Volunteers, and spectators are invited to bring a donation for the SPCA and “Fill the Subaru“.  Not sure what to donate? Check out their Wish List which is updated as their needs change.
50 Volunteers are needed to make this race happen – please spread the word to friends & family to sign up!

Event Schedule:
6 am Registration/body marking opens
6 am Transition Area Opens (racers must be registered and body marked to enter)
7 am Registration/body marking closes
7:15 am Transition Closes for ALL events
7:30 am pre-race briefing (for sprint distance events)
8 am sprint/du/aquabike start
8:30 am pre-race briefing for super-sprint
9 am super-sprint event starts
11:00 awards ceremony/closing

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Race Course
-It is the athletes’ responsibility to understand the race course
-Maps of the race course will be provided on race day
-Swim will be in Lily Lake, Bike will be an out-and-back, Run will be in Rockwood Park

View the 20KM bike route here:
http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/1516743649

Description of the 5km run route here:
Sprint and Duathlon 2nd run (Red Map). 5km
– Head North from Lily Lake, past the campground until you come to the large parking area
– Enter the “Clean Air Trail”. This is a 700m loop. Keep to the left, then exit at the same parking lot again.
– Turn right and head toward Fisher Lake, keeping to the left of the traffic circle. You will pass the water stop, and continue around the back side of the traffic circle.
– Keep left on the Loop Road (with all the flags).
– Follow this road TO the Fisher Lake Parking Lot. You will see where to turn left into the parking lot
– Continue around Fisher Lake by the AFrame canteen and bear left and you will come back to the water stop.
– Head south back toward Lily Lake.
– On the right side of the traffic island, you will enter the “Arboretum/Trans Canada Trail”
– A series of left turns will bring you down to Lily Lake. A left turn on Lily Lake trail will bring you around the north end of the lake and you will see the Pavilion and the finish line!

Description of the 3.0k Run route here:
– Head north from Lily Lake, past the campground until you come to the large parking area
– Enter the “Clean Air Trail”. This is a 700m loop. Keep to the left, then exit at the same parking lot again.
– Turn right and head toward Fisher Lake, keeping to the left of the traffic circle.
– At the water stop, TURN AROUND
– Head back to the parking lot and bear right, continue back down past the campground and straight to the finish line (supersprint)
– DUATHLON FIRST LAP – continue through the finish line (no timing mat), down the ramp, across the deck to the beach, up the grass knoll, and into transition T1 via “SWIM IN”

View the 10k Bike route here:
http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/1516832995

Prizes:
-Top 3 overall winners (m/f) for Sprint
-1st, 2nd & 3rd age group winners (m/f) for Sprint Triathlon only
-1st place finishers (m/f) for Duathlon, Supersprint, and Aquabike
-All finishers will receive an East Coast Games medal
-Draw prizes
-Swag includes a hoodie and other surprises

We couldn’t host this event without our sponsors!

Aberdeen Subaru

Human Performance Centre

For your reading pleasure and to help reduce the risk of athletes receiving a penalty or a disqualification, please review the common do’s and don’ts of triathlon:

THE DO’S & DON’TS OF TRIATHLON

It’s about Safety, Fair Play & Respect

Do read the latest International Triathlon Union (ITU) rules www.triathlon.org
Don’t verbally or physically abuse volunteers or officials, it is not acceptable nor allowed. They are volunteering their time so that you can experience a safe and fun race.
Do read the advance race information and listen to race briefings on race day.  It’s the athlete’s responsibility to know the course.
Don’t cross or come near any timing mat prior to the start of the race when you are in possession of your timing chip.
Do set up your transition gear under the front wheel of your bike, and only the width of your handlebars.  Leave your coffee machine at home; no buckets, boxes, stools, water basins, bags or any other item that will crowd transition. Do not mark your spot. No person shall interfere with another racer’s equipment or impede the progress of another racer.
Don’t ride your bike in the transition zone (TZ).
Do wear the race swim cap.  If you are allergic notify the Race Director /official.
Don’t unfasten your helmet at any point during the race until your bike is racked in the transition zone (TZ).
Do wear your fastened helmet when in possession of your bike.
Don’t ask or accept assistance during the race, no assistance other than that offered by race and medical officials may be used.
Do cover your torso on the bike and run parts of the race.  No nudity allowed.
Don’t draft or block competitors during the race. Keep on the right-hand side at all times; alert cyclists of your intention to pass by saying “On your left”. Do not cross the yellow line.
Do follow the course as set by the Race Director (RD); no short cuts allowed.
Don’t litter!  All personal belongings and equipment taken out onto the course must stay with the athlete the entire race. No headphones, headsets, mobile phones or any other electronic communication devices, etc. can be carried or worn at any time during the race.
Do have lots of fun and enjoy every moment.  Race Happy from TriNB.

July 2019

Duncan Hadley Triathlon

July 7
1600 Fredericton, 1600 St Marys St
Fredericton, NB E3G 8T4 Canada

Fredericton Duncan Hadley Triathlon

July 07, 2019
http://www.duncanhadleytriathlon.ca
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Registration Options & Pricing
Individual Sprint Triathlon: $65 (Until May 15th at Midnight), $75 (May 16-July 6)
Sprint Triathlon Team Relay: $120 (Until May 15 at Midnight), $135 (May 16-July 6)

Individual Registration Relay Registration


Moncton Duathlon (Atlantic Championship + 2020 World Qualifier)

July 14
Moncton, 811 St George Blvd
Moncton, NB E1E 2C2 Canada

2019 Moncton Duathlon

July 14, 2019
http://du.trisoutheaststorm.com
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  • 2019 ATLANTIC SPRINT DUATHLON CHAMPIONSHIP- Non-Draft Legal
  • 2019 AGE GROUP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING EVENT for the 2020 ITU MULTISPORT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP- Almere, Netherlands
    • Sprint Duathlon (One slot per age group per gender)

Note: Athletes wishing to claim a World Championship spot must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) prior to each qualification event. An EOI is the mechanism by which athletes confirm their intent to race for and accept an Age Group World Championship spot should they qualify. By expressing intent, results can be matched against a final list of those athletes who want to attend the World Championships, and spots can be “rolled-down”. The EOI application will open 3 weeks prior to each race and will close the day prior to the event. For more information, please refer to the following links:

ENGLISH: https://www.triathloncanada.com/publications/#worldchampionshipteams
FRENCH: https://www.triathloncanada.com/fr/publications/#championnatdumonde

The Moncton Duathlon has been around for 15 years and is still going strong. We look forward to welcoming you to our city for the 2019 edition of our race.

The 2019 edition of the race will take place on July 14th, 2019 @ 8:00 am.

CURRENT COURSE RECORD HOLDERS
M – 55:16 – Lee Roy – Bathurst, NB (2016)
F – 1:07:19 – Kamylle Frenette – Dieppe, NB (2016)

REGISTRATION PRICING
**** Please note: There is a 5$ discount on registration for Southeast Storm members. Your discount code is your membership number.  This can be found on your membership card or in the email you received when you registered for the club.

Tiered Pricing
Tier 1 – 45$
Tier 2 – 50$
Tier 3 – 55$
Tier 4 – 60$- Cap

Yes, there is a cap this year due to the anticipated demand for World slots and  Atlantic Championship so don’t delay.

Registration cut off July 7. Please note that there will be no race day registrations.

Option race swag- $12 extra for a hooded T-shirt. Sample shirts are located at our Gold Sponsor Mike’s Bike shop. Cut off date for shirts is June 17.

RACE KIT PICKUP
July 13 Location Mike’s Bike Shop
July 14 Moncton Coliseum

RACE DAY
Transition Opens – 6:30 am
Transition Closes – 7:40 am
Pre-Race Meeting – 7:45 am
Race Start – 8:00 am Sharp

Due to the change in bike rout this year to a 4 X 5km we will be having a wave/staggered start. These waves will be announced prior to the race start.

DISTANCES
*The distances below are subject to change due to course or road conditions.

SPRINT DUATHLON INDIVIDUAL
5k Run – 20k Bike – 2.6k Run

COURSE MAPS

Run 1 you will complete two loops. The second loop starts as a left on Pellerine.

Start transition

  • Right on Worthington- Stay on the sidewalk
  • Right on Pellerin
  • Left on Woodleigh, 90-degree turn stays on Woodleigh
  • Left on Worthington
  • Left on Pellerin
  • Left on Woodleigh, 90-degree turn stays on Woodleigh
  • Left on Worthington
  • Straight to transition.

Run 2 you will complete 1 loop.

  • Right on Worthington- Stay on the sidewalk
  • Right on Pellerin
  • Left on Woodleigh, 90-degree turn stays on Woodleigh
  • Left on Worthington
  • Straight to transition.

The bike is 4 times a 5K loop. It is the responsibility of the athlete to count their laps.

  • Start transition
  • Left on Killam
  • Straight through the traffic circle to Collishaw
  • Right on Vaughan Harvey
  • Right on Millennium BLVD
  • Right on Killam for 3 more loops totaling 4X 5K loops

 

Don’t miss out on this great local event!

Tanya Owens
Race Director

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Southeast Storm Triathlon Club members will receive a coupon for a 5$ discount off of their race registration.

IMPORTANT:
To qualify for a World Slot, you MUST purchase a 2019 TriNB ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP before race day.

You can purchase an annual membership or a one-day membership during registration.

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Triathlon Chaleur

July 21
Beresford, 201 E Park St
Beresford, NB E8K 1V9 Canada

Triathlon Chaleur 2019

Dimanche, 21 juillet 2019 | Sunday, July 21, 2019​

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Distance sprint individuelle ou en équipe (750m natation, 20km vélo et 5km de course) et duathlon (2.5km course, 20km vélo, 5km course)

Sprint distance triathlon individual or in teams (750m swim, 20km bike and 5km run) and duathlon (2.5km run, 20km bike and 5km run)

Triathlon et duathlon sprint individuel / Individual sprint triathlon and duathlon;
Block 1 : 0-50 : $55
Block 2 : 51-75 : $65
Block 3 : 76-200 : $75

Équipes – 2 à 3 personnes / Team – 2 or 3 people
au 31 mai | to May 31 : $80
au 28 juin | to June 28 : $90
au 12 juillet | to July 12 : $100

Bienvenue à la 15 édition du Triathlon Chaleur!

Date : Dimanche, 21 juillet 2019

Les participants de tous les niveaux sont les bienvenus

Distance sprint individuelle ou en équipe (750m natation, 20km vélo et 5km de course)

La natation se fera en eau libre dans la Baie des Chaleur, le départ du parcours du vélo sera dans le parc de la plage à Beresford en directions de Petit-Rocher et la course à pied se fera dans la Vile de Beresford (parcours très plat)

Tous les participants recevront un cadeau souvenir lors de leur inscription le matin du Triathlon

*Les frais d’inscription n’inclut pas les frais obligatoire TRINB

**Il n’y aura aucun remboursement mais les transferts seront permis (à une autre personne)

Déroulement de la journée :

Inscription à l’aréna la journée de la course : 6h30 à 7h30

Accès au Bike Rack : 6h30 à 8h

Débriefing/Information : 8h à 8h15

Départ : 8h30

 

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Welcome to the 15th edition of Triathlon Chaleur!

Date: Sunday, July 21, 2019

Participants of all levels are welcome

Sprint distance triathlon individual or in teams (750m swim, 20km bike, and 5km run)

The swim will be in the Bay of Chaleur, the bike will start at the Beresford Beach Park, on to Petit-Rocher and the run will be in the Town of Beresford (flat course)

All participants will receive a souvenir gift at the registration desk the morning of the race

*Registration fees do not include mandatory TRINB Membership

** Please note that no refunds will be issued, transfers only (to another person)

Schedule for the day

Registration at the Arena on July 21: 6:30am to 7:30am

Bike Rack: 6:30am to 8am

Debriefing/Information: 8am to 8:15am

Start: 8:30am


August 2019

Home Hardware Plage Aboiteau Beach Triathlon

August 4
Cap-Pelé, 150 Allée du Parc
Cap-Pelé, NB E4N 1S4 Canada

Home Hardware Plage Aboiteau Beach Triathlon

Bienvenue à la deuxième editions du Triathlon Plage Aboiteau le dimanche 4 août 2019! Distance sprint individuel ou en équipe (750m natation, 20km vélo et 5km de course)

 Les participants de tous les niveaux sont les bienvenus.

La natation se fera en eau libre dans le détroit de Northumberland, le départ du parcours de vélo sera dans le Parc de l’Aboiteau vers l’Allée du Parc, à droite sur le chemin Bas Cap-Pele puis finalement à gauche sur le chemin Trois-Ruisseau (parcours allée-retour) et la course à pieds sera dans le Parc de l’Aboiteau (2 tours de 2.5km).

Les combinaisons (wetsuits) seront probablement permises (optionnel) selon les températures historiques mais la décision finale sera prise par les officiels le matin de la course selon la température de l’eau.

Tous les participants recevrons un T-shirt (veuillez vous inscrire avant le 24 juin pour garantir votre grandeur)

 

Welcome to the second editions of Aboiteau Beach Triathlon on Sunday, August 4th, 2019! Sprint distance triathlon individual or in teams (750m swim, 20km bike, and 5km run) 

Participants of all levels are welcome. 

The swim will be in the Northumberland Strait, the bike will start in the Parc de l’Aboiteau, on to Allee du Parc road, right on Bas Cap-Pelé Rd, left on Trois-Ruisseau Rd (out and back course), and the run will be 2 laps of 2.5km in the Parc de l’Aboiteau.

Based on seasonal water temperatures, wetsuits will most likely be permitted (optional) but the final decision will be made by race officials on the day of the race depending on the water temperature.

All participants will receive a T-shirt (must register before June 24th to ensure correct size)

Individual sprint triathlon* (block pricing)
First 1-60 people to register – 55$
61-120 registrants – 65$
121-180 registrants – 75$

Teams (2 or 3 people)* (price increase per date)
Until March 1st 2019 – 80$ per team
Until April 3rd 2019 – 90$
Until August 1st 2019 -100$

*Does not include mandatory TriNB membership
Please note that no refunds will be issued, transfers only (to another person).

Triathlon sprint individuel**
Premiers 1-60 participants à s’inscrire – 55$
61-120 – 65$
121-180 – 75$

Equipes (2-3 personnes)**
Jusqu’au 1er mars 2019 – 80$
Jusqu’au 3 avril 2019 – 90$
Jusqu’au 1er aout 2019 – 100$

** N’inclut pas les frais obligatoires de Trinb
Il n’y aura pas de remboursements, les transfers seront permis (à une autre personne)


Harvey Days Triathlon (Atlantic Championships + 2020 World Qualifiers)

August 11
Harvey, 1066 3G7
Harvey, NB NB-636 Canada

Harvey Community Days Triathlon/Duathlon

August 11, 2019
http://harveycommunitydays.com/race-info.html
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The fourth annual Harvey Community Days Triathlon will be held just outside the Village of Harvey at the Lake George Family Campground, approximately 35 minutes southwest of Fredericton. Part of the annual Harvey Community Days, the event promises to be fun yet challenging and will have something for everyone.

We are very excited to be hosting Atlantic Championships and 2020 World Qualification Events in standard (Olympic) and sprint triathlons this year!

The swim will take place in beautiful Lake George followed by a scenic bike out Route 636/635 to the northeast, and a run proceeding from the campground back toward the Village of Harvey on Route 636.

There will be awards for overall placement with $50 cash prizes for fastest swim, bike and run in the standard (Olympic) event. We will also draw for door prizes!

Be sure to take advantage of the various early bird discounts presented below. T-shirts are guaranteed if registered by July 25th, 2019.

Note: relay prices are per individual athlete.

Registration Options & Pricing

  Mar 31 to Apr 30 Apr 30 to Jun 30 Jul 1 to Aug 10
Standard Triathlon $50.00 $60.00 $70.00
Standard Triathlon (Team Relay) $25.00 $30.00 $35.00
Sprint Triathlon $35.00 $45.00 $55.00
Sprint Triathlon (Team Relay) $20.00 $25.00 $30.00
Aquabike $35.00 $45.00 $55.00
Duathlon $35.00 $45.00 $55.00
Youth $20.00 $30.00 $40.00
Try-a-Tri $30.00 $35.00 $40.00

Sackville Triathlon/Duathlon

August 24
Sackville, 14 Church St
Sackville, NL E4L 1H5 Canada

Sackville Triathlon and Duathlon 2019

August 24, 2019
http://sackvilleswimclub.ca
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Registration Options & Pricing

to June 19 June 20 – July 19 July 20 – August 20
Individual Triathlon $50 $55 $60
Individual Duathlon $50 $55 $60
Triathlon Relay $60 $70 $80

REFUND POLICY:
The race is non-refundable In place of a refund we are happy to offer participants the ability to transfer their registration to another person. Send an email to thesackvilleswimclub@nullgmail.com if this is what you wish to do.

TRIATHLON:
SWIM (750 meters): 
The swim will be a loop in Silver Lake. Caps are mandatory. The water may be a bit weedy.
      * Water temperature will be tested by TriNb an hour prior the race. Wetsuits will be permitted if the water temperature is under 22c. (Must be able to swim 750M under 35 Minutes)
BIKE (20 km): Mostly flat, out and back from Silver Lake on the Route 940 toward Midgic.
RUN (5KM): Will be flat and on crushed gravel, out and back on the Rails for Trails path.

DUATHLON:
1st RUN (5KM): 
Flat on crushed gravel, out and back
BIKE (20KM): Mostly flat, out and back from Silver Lake on Route 940 toward Midgic.
2nd RUN (3 KM): 
Flat on crushed gravel, out and back

RACE SITE 
Parking and Sign In will be located at Middle Sackville Baptist Church (14 Church St, Sackville, NB E4L 1H5) From 7:00 to 8:00AM
Bike Run Transition at NB 940 Church Street
Race Meeting and Swim (Lillas Fawcett Park) at 8:30 AM
Snacks and Prizes (Middle Sackville Baptist Church) commencing at 11:00AM

ROAD CLOSURE
Please note that our Event will be closed to traffic from 8:00AM to 12:00PM
Traffic will be redirected at Station and Main, Donald Harper and Main,  as well as McPhee and Church.

DIRECTIONS TO THE RACE SITE
Exit TCH at Sackville (exit 504) Head North on 940 for 3 km, pass the Lillas Fawcett Park and take a right on Church Street to park at Middle Baptist Church. The church is very visible when approaching the lake.

Individual Registration Relay Registration


Rockwood Park Cross (Off-road) Triathlon / Duathlon

August 31
Saint John, 55 Lake Dr S
Saint John, NB E2L 3Z8 Canada

Rockwood Park Cross (Off-Road) Triathlon / Duathlon

Rockwood Park is a spectacular park in the heart of Saint John comprising 2200 acres with its own Golf Course, Zoo, numerous lakes, trails and breathtaking scenery and now on August 31 we are proud to announce our first ever Off-Road Triathlon, or Cross Triathlon as it is formally known, within the Park.

Race Date – Saturday 31 August from Fisher Lake parking lot. Race Start time will be 9.00am and registration will open at 7.30am

We will offer 3 races on race day:

Sprint Distance Tri – 500m swim – 11k bike – 5k run

Olympic Distance Tri – 1k swim – 22k bike – 10k run – this will be 2 laps of the sprint course

Sprint Duathlon – 2.5k run – 11k bike – 5k run

The Route

Swim – Fisher Lake

Bike – Please click on this link for our bike course completed once for the Sprint and twice for the Olympic race. The bike course is not suitable for Cyclocross bikes and takes in a mixture of wide trails such as this photo of the Zoo trail, some single track and a very short section of road. There are few longish hill sections but are not particularly technical but I would expect that a few riders may have to walk up some sections.

Run – our unique run will follow the trails around all the Provincial monuments before heading out onto the trails around the park. There will be a mixture of road, wide easy underfoot gravel trails and some single trail – more details to follow.

Fisher Lake

 

Event Pricing

Sprint Triathlon – $45.00 until 22 August then $55.00

Sprint Duathlon – $45.00 until 22 August then $55.00

Olympic Triathlon – $50.00 until 22 August then $60.00

Individual Registration Relay Registration

Please visit our website – https://fundysportstourism.com/

E-mail – garth39@nullfastmail.fm


October 2019

$15

2019 TRINB BRUNCH, AWARDS & AGM

October 6 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Crowne Plaza Fredericton, 659 Queen St
Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 1C3 Canada
Date: October 6th, 2019
Time: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Location: Crowne Plaza Fredericton, Petitcodiac Room
Cost: $15 per person

Pre-registration is required. If you plan on attending, please register before Wednesday, October 2nd at 8 pm

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