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Meet a Triathlete! Profiles of Bytown Storm club members

Updated On: February 3, 2017
WHAT I LIKE ABOUT TRIATHLON: “There are two things that I really like. One is that you’re not just doing one thing all the time. You’re not just swimming laps and doing drills, or only going for a run, or just biking.

XC running & triathlon make a great pair

Created On: November 1, 2016
They are two sports with similar challenges and appealing attributes, and for many athletes who enjoy endurance sports, the crossover between cross-country running and triathlon is a match made in heaven.

Shut out of the Paralympics: London 2012 rower missed chance at Rio 2016 due to vision retest

Updated On: October 13, 2016
London 2012 Paralympic rower David Blair had plotted a Rio 2016 appearance in triathlon, but was shut out due to an evaluation that determined his visual impairment wasn’t severe enough to meet Paralympic eligibility criteria.

Ottawa at the Paralympics profile: Triathlete Christine Robbins & Guide Sasha Boulton

Updated On: September 7, 2016
All-around athlete becomes para-triathlon trailblazer

Triathlon nationals victory for hometown girl

Updated On: August 1, 2016
Joanna Brown is on a mission. A year ago, injuries held back the Carp triathlete, but in 2016, she’s making a lot of noise. Most recently, Brown finished as the top Canadian in the women’s elite race that was part of the Canadian Triathlon Championships, held July 23-24 in Ottawa.

Meet a Triathlete! Profiles of Bytown Storm club members Patrick Smith & Rachel Cameron

Created On: August 1, 2016
NAME: Patrick Smith AGE: 22 SCHOOL: 4th-year University of Ottawa human kinetics student START IN TRIATHLON: “I started as a competitive swimmer. I did cross-country and track in high school at SRB. Each of my coaches knew I did both, so they said, ‘Bike is easy enough to pick up, so hey, go try one, have fun, and see how you like it.’ I did one race in Dunrobin, then I signed up for a season and just never looked back.”

Triathlon nationals come to town

Created On: July 3, 2016
Ottawa will welcome around 1,200-1,500 competitors across all events taking place during the July 23-24 Canadian Triathlon Championships at Dow’s Lake. A local organizing committee of 20+ will add about 350-400 volunteers to help put on the show.

Meet a Triathlete! Profiles of Bytown Storm club members

Created On: June 22, 2016
Age: 18
School: St. Joseph CHS ’15 grad
Start in Triathlon: Began as an elementary school cross-country runner, then went to a camp and was encouraged to try the Dunrobin Triathlon.

Bytown Storm Bulletin: Ottawa Triathlon introduces Age Group Draft Legal Racing to Canada

Updated On: May 6, 2016
In 2016, the International Triathlon Union will introduce Draft Legal racing in the Age Group sprint distance triathlon at the World Championships in Cozumel, Mexico. The Draft Legal format is the style of racing for professional triathletes, and the format used at the Olympic Games.

Brown 2nd in pro triathlon debut

Updated On: May 6, 2016
Carp native Joanna Brown debuted with a 2nd-place finish in the first-ever Major League Triathlon event on Apr. 16 in Texas.

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