Carp’s Joanna Brown won a bronze medal in her second World Triathlon Series (WTS) race of the season. The former Bytown Storm athlete also finished with top five times in both the bike and run portion of the race held in Bermuda in April.
An off year for Canada’s top female triathlete was branded by injuries and hardships but hasn’t affected her competitive spirits as she looks ahead to next year and the 2020 Olympics.
Miguel Alvarez enjoyed a new career high moment in his young triathlon journey when his Bytown Storm club hosted its annual Dunrobin Youth Triathlon on Aug. 12.
Olivia Haley hasn’t kept count of how many triathlons she’s done, but she’s been doing them since she was 6.
From first-timers as young as under-5 to elite-level teens racing in draft-legal Ontario Youth Cup competition, the Bytown Storm Youth Triathlon Series is set to welcome hundreds of athletes for a pair of exciting events this summer.
–By Ottawa Sportspage, For Bytown Storm Triathlon Club Young athletes will have the chance to map out a new path to the podium when Triathlon Ontario hosts its first-ever Talent Identification Event the morning of Sunday, June 3 out of Goulbourn Recreation Complex. “It’s exciting,” says Triathlon Ontario’s Provincial Development Coach Greg Kealey. “This is…
By Bytown Storm Triathlon Club Swimming, biking and running are activities that most pick up when they’re young, but teenaged Bytown Storm triathletes are getting a next-level look into the science behind their sport thanks to their training at Kanata’s Peak Centre for Human Performance. Peak’s Senior Sport Scientist/Head Sport Performance Coach Brian Kehoe has…