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Milos Kostic 2014 Sask Sport Master Athlete of the Year

Milos to be honoured at the 2015 Subaru Saskatoon Triathlon

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34th ANNUAL FRANK DUNN TOYOTA / POWER 99FM TRIATHLON INFORMATION AND SCHEDULE
Team Saskatchewan Chosen for the Western Canada Games
Congratulations to the following athletes for being chosen to represent our great province at the 2015 Western Canada Games.

Male Triathlon Team
Sam Seshadri
Josh Windsor
Will Joseph
Matteen Makari - alternate

Female Triathlon Team
Kaycee Schroeder
Samantha Graham
Mina Wardrop
Sydney Enns - alternate

We wish you all the best of luck in Wood Buffalo in August and in the events leading up to the games.
National Triathlon Event at Pike Lake Highlights the Fastest Canadian Junior Athletes
The Saskatoon Triathlon club hosted the first of 4 National Youth and Junior series triathlon events at Pike Lake, SK on June 20 and 21. The other events will take place in Magog, PQ, Kelowna and Edmonton later this summer. In spite of the rain, athletes from across the country posted some very fast times. Keisha Besler was the lone Saskatchewan athlete to medal with a bronze performance time of 1:04.51 in the Junior Female Sprint event which consisted of a 750m swim, a 20k bike and a 5k run. Laurin Thorne from Calgary was first in the field of 35 competitors with a time of 1:03.37 and Manitoba's Kyla Roy completed the course in 1:03.44 to earn a silver medal. Other Saskatchewan athletes competing were Kaycee Schroeder (Saskatoon) (6th - 1:05.57), Mina Wardrop (Regina) (30th - 1:17.08) and Sydney Enns (Saskatoon) (31st - 1:19.30).

The top Saskatchewan athlete in the Junior Men's Sprint event with 42 competitors, was Saskatoon's Sam Seshadri in 16th position with a time of 1:02.31. Michael Milic of Delta, BC won the gold with a time of 56:59 and Martin Sobey from PEI posted the fastest 5k run time of 15:50 to finish 2nd in a time of 57:15. (Josh Windsor, Regina, 30th: Will Joseph, Saskatoon, 32nd: Matteen Makari, Saskatoon, 37th: Jacques Charrier, Regina, 38th)

In the National Youth Female supersprint event, Payton Ryz and Caitlyn Roy from Manitoba clocked the fastest times completing the 500m swim, 10k bike and 3.5k run in 38:12 and 39:14. Alberta's Abby Wilson was third (40:39). Samantha Graham (Saskatoon) was 7th in the 15 competitor field with a time of 42:59. (Tatiana Regnier, Saskatoon, 12th; Ryann Handley, Moose jaw, DQ)

Alberta Youth men dominated the 14 competitor event with Neo Gleason winning gold in 37:25, Aidan Comeau, silver (37:46), and Thomas Armstrong from Calgary, claiming the bronze (38:40). (Ben Seshadri, Saskatoon, 10th; Kaitao Han, Saskatoon, 11th, Kaelen Kolb, Regina, 14th.

The BC mixed youth & junior relay team claimed gold, Mantoba, silver and Alberta bronze. Saskatchewan was 5th.

In the Supersprint Age Group event, Amanda Regnier and Mark Van Der Watt from Saskatoon were first in their categories.
The Age Group Sprint event with 2016 World Qualifying spots on the line, had Ryan King (1:02.03), Jason Horner (1:03.56), and Wyatt Kuntz (1:05.20) all from Saskatoon, finishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd. In the female category, Jen Souter (Saskatoon) was first (1:08.52), Tari Kelly (Alta) won silver (1:12.02) and Shannon Cleary (Saskatoon) was 3rd with a time of 1:13.24
clocked the fastest times completing the 500m swim, 10k bike and 3.5k run in 38:12 and 39:14.  Alberta's Abby Wilson was third (40:39).  Samantha Graham (Saskatoon) was 7th in the 15 competitor field with a time of 42:59.  (Tatiana Regnier, Saskatoon, 12th; Ryann Handley, Moose jaw, DQAlberta Youth men dominated the 14 competitor event with Neo Gleason winning gold in 37:25, Aidan Comeau, silver (37:46), and Thomas Armstrong from Calgary, claiming the bronze (38:40).  (Ben Seshadri, Saskatoon, 10th; Kaitao Han, Saskatoon, 11th, Kaelen Kolb, Regina, 14th. The Age Group Sprint event with 2016 World Qualifying spots on the line, had Ryan King (1:02.03), Jason Horner (1:03.56), and Wyatt Kuntz (1:05.20) all from Saskatoon, finishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd.  In the female category, Jen Souter (Saskatoon) was first (1:08.52), Tari Kelly (Alta) won silver (1:12.02) and Shannon Cleary (Saskatoon) was 3rd with a time of 1:13.24

Two additional Saskatchewan Triathletes become Draft Legal Certified

At the Saskatoon Draft Legal/Bike Skills Clinic May 2nd/3rd, Ben Seshadri and Tatiana Regnier became Draft Legal Certified. The two are now eligible to race youth and junior draft legal events such at the 2015 Living Sky Triathlon.

The STC will host a second draft certification/bike skills clinic May 23rd in Lumsden Saskatchewan. 

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2015 Bridge City Duathlon Results

Regina's Brendan Mackenzie held off first year junior triathlete Sam Seshadri, from Saskatoon, to record the fastest time in the long course of the 2015 Bridge City Duathlon. Brendan had a time of 55 minutes, 41 seconds. Sam finished 2nd with a time of 57:18. Prince Albert's Christina Charles recorded the fastest time for a female finishing the long course at 1 hour, 1 minute and 30 seconds. Saskatoon's Renee Stuckel was 2nd to Christina among females with a time of 1:06:30. In the short course, Jacob Murphy and Samantha Graham finished atop the list. In total, 75 athletes competed in Saskatchewan Triathlon's first outdoor event of the spring/summer season. Big thank you to race director Gabrielle Edwards and the rest of the volunteers. And congratulations to Lacey Schroeder and her team for hosting the Pancake Breakfast/STC fundraiser at the conclusion of the race with over 90 plates of pancakes and sausages served. 

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SSHF Announces Milos Kostic to Join Hall of Fame!

The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame announced Thursday, April 16th, 2015 that Regina's Milos Kostic will be inducted into the Hall this coming  June. Milos joins Don Gallo to become our second triathlon representative in the Hall of Fame. Given the amazing career Milos has had as a long distance triathlete over the past decade and more, it is fitting he becomes the first triathlete inducted in the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame in the athlete category.

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STAC ANNOUNCES ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS

SASKATOON, SK - Celebrating another great year of achievement for triathlon in our province, the Saskatchewan Triathlon Association presented our Annual Awards at the 2015 Indoorman Triathlon, hosted by the UofS Triathlon Club, March 15th, 2015 in Saskatoon. The awards recognize athletic excellence and great contributions to our sport from athletes, coaches, volunteers and officials. Key award presentations included Shawn Wilyman and Donna Kabaluk as our Age Group Award Winners. The key presentation of the event is always the awarding of the Builder/Long Service Award which went to Lori Ebbesen. Congratulations to all nominees and award recipients.

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SCHROEDER AND BESLER RACE IN FLORIDA
SARASOTA, FLORIDA – Two Saskatoon junior triathletes raced against a strong field this past weekend at the CAMTRI North American Junior Championship in Sarasota, Florida.  Kaycee Schroeder finishing 9th and Keisha Besler 15th against a top field of junior athletes from across North America. Both athletes are from Saskatoon. 
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Saskatoon's Kaycee Schroeder Wins Race in Florida!
CLERMONT, FLORIDA – Saskatoon’s Kaycee Schroeder started the 2015 elite junior triathlon race season off right winning her first race of the season, the Clermont Challenge Under 25 Elite Development Race in Florida, Saturday, March 7th, 2015.
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Lori Ebbesen to receive STAC Builder/Long Service Award

SASKATOON, SK – The Saskatchewan Triathlon Association is proud to announce Saskatoon’s Lori Ebbesen will receive the 2015 Builder/Long Service Award for her many contributions to the sport of triathlon. The honor will be bestowed during the Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Annual Awards Presentation at the conclusion of the Indoorman Triathlon, Sunday March 15th.

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Upcoming Events

34th Annual Frank Dunn Triathlon

8/9/2015
Waskesiu, Saskatchewan
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ITU WORLD EVENT: TRI-EDMONTON: THE RALLY IN THE VALLEY

9/5/2015 - 9/6/2015
Edmonton, AB
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Bumpy Bison Offroad Triathlon and Duathlon

9/13/2015 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Buffalo Pound Provincial Park
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Aquathlon, Sprint, & Standard Triathlon World Championships

9/15/2015 - 9/20/2015
Chicago, Illnois
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Battle at the Butte Offroad Duathlon

9/19/2015 9:00 AM - 9/20/2015 12:00 PM
White Butte, Regina
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Duathlon World Championships

10/13/2015 - 10/18/2015
Adelaide, Australia
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