Membership

The 2016- 2017  STAC Annual Memberships are now available. Annual memberships are valid from the date of purchase until September 30th, 2017.

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STAC Adopts New Conflict Resolution Policy

Sask Sport has put great effort into the new Dispute Resolution Suite which will be adopted by all Sask Sport funded sports

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2016 STAC Awards

Congratulations to all of our 2016 Award Winners

Click here to learn about our 2016 Award winners

Canada Summer Games 2017

Visit here for information about the 2017 Canada Summer Games

Download the Team Selection Process

Latest News

Lori Ebbesen to be inducted to the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame
STC Arizona Training Camp

The STC prepares its athletes for Canada Summer Games and the Jr. Elite race series with an Easter camp in Tucson Arizona.  

This camp has a strong bike focus, but swim and run fitness are maintained as well.  This is the 10th year that Provincial Coach,

 RossAnn Edwards has operated this camp in Arizona.


2016 Saskatchewan Triathlon Award Winners

Congratulations to all of our 2016 Award Winners

Molly Lakustiak  Rookie Award Mette Siemens Youth Award   Kaelen Kolb Youth Award Winner

Kaycee Schroeder Junior Athlete   Josh Windsor Junior Athlete   Kerri Hysuick Age Group Athlete

Scott Hysuick Age Group Athlete   Christina Charles Long Course   Shawn Rempel Long Course

Michelle Lefranc Volunteer Award   Erin Kiefer Volunteer Award     Marlene Hooper Officials Award

Carly Priebe Coach Award   Terry Hooper Builder Award


Proposed New Bylaws

The Saskatchewan Triathlon Association is proposing a some bylaw changes at the 2017 AGM for the membership to approve.

Here is a summary of the proposed changes

 Move to online balloting

o   This will allow members to vote for themselves whether or not they attend the AGM

o   This will due away with proxy voting

o   Voting will be open for 1 week in advance of the AGM

Executive will be picked by the directors-at-large

o   At the first meeting following the AGM  the new board will decide the executive from the directors-at-large

The number of directors will reduce to 12 including the past president

The elected term for directors will go from 1 year to 2 years with half the board turning over each year

o   At the 2018 board meeting the half of the board will be elected to a 2 year term half will be elected to a 1 year term

o   In 2019 and forward half of the board positions will be up for election for 2 years with the other half of the board remaining in place

If up to 2 board positions become available during the year the board can appoint replacements without having a special meeting.  If 3 or more positions become vacant simultaneously a special meeting of the membership will be required to fill the vacancies

For a complete set of the current bylaws click here

For a complete set of the proposed bylaws click here

 

2017 Saskatchewan Triathlon Board of Directors

Congratulations to the newly elected Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Board of Directors lead President Shawn Rempel and

Vice President Lacey Schroeder.  

     Shawn Rempel                                                Lacey Schroeder                                          Brad Spokes                                  

 

           Nicole Shoaf                                            Rob Nelson                           Marlene Hooper      

 

              Mark Nagy                                     Max Moore                                  Sarah Figley          

         Jori Perras

 

 

Solid race for Brennen Smith and Team Sask at the CamTRi North American Championships

Congratulations to Brennen Smith on a great race at the CamTri North American Championships.

Saskatchewan's Brennen Smith was 2nd out of the water in the Elite men field of 45 at the Sarasota CAMTRI Sprint Triathlon. 

He biked in the lead pack and ran a fast 16:10 5k to finish in 13th place overall and 6th of 14 Canadians.

The Junior Team was lead by Kaycee Schroeder who was the 10th  of 16 Canadian Jr females and 34th overall in a field of 58.

She was solid in all three of the disciplines.  Samantha Graham, in her first international race, finished 53rd .  

Our Jr. men had some work to do after the swim.  Sam Seshadri ran himself up to 11th of 20 Canadian men  

with a 17:56 run, finishing 40th.  Kyle Caie also ran up a pack with a 17:59 5km run and finished 51st in 1:00.37.  

Josh Windsor biked himself up 2 packs after the swim, but cramped on the run, finishing 60th of 65 competitors.    

Check out this cool video from Clermont

Last weekend the STC had 5 junior members race in a tune up race in Clermont Florida.  Click to see a cool race recap and keep your eye out for Sask athletes

https://vimeo.com/207395078

 

 

 


A Great Tune Up for Team Sask

Solid 1st race for STC juniors in this warm up race for North American Jr. Championships next Saturday in Sarasota, Fla.  

In a field of 46, Kaycee Schroeder was 20th overall, 6th of 25 Juniors and 1st Canadian Jr.  Samantha Graham was 30th

 overall and 11th Jr.  Sam Seshadri was the 11th Jr male and 27th overall, Josh Windsor finished 31, 14th Jr. And Kyle Caie 

was the 20th of 30 Juniors.  The water in Lake Louisa was very rough which matched the swim segment among the athletes.  

After a cool morning start, the sun came out and reminded the field of athletes about racing in the heat.  Next up CAMTRi 

North American Championships next weekend in Sarasota, FL



Indoorman Returns March 26

The University of Saskatchewan Triathlon Club will be hosting the 2017 version of Indoorman on March 26 from 9:00am- 1:00pm. 

There are a very limited number of spots for this event be sure to get yours.  The cost is only $ 25.00.

Here is the link to the registration site:
https://beactive.usask.ca/Course/Search.aspx

Participants will need to sign up for a beactive account before registering for a "course", which can be

found by typing "triathlon" into the search box at the top and selecting "Indoor Man Triathlon".  Event

details are given on the event page, let me know if you want any more information.

They will then need to add it to their cart and pay.

 

Community Coaching Courses Coming

The Saskatchewan Triathlon Coach Education Program

  

Triathlon Canada Facilitator Carly Priebe will be on hand to facilitate community coaching courses in Saskatoon  & Regina 

Saskatoon:  The 2 day course takes place Saturday March 18 Noon- 6:00pm as well as Sunday March 19 10:00am- 4:00pm

Register for Saskatoon

Regina:  Friday April 28 6:30pm- 9:30pm and Saturday April 29 9:00am- 5:00pm

Register for Regina

Cost:  STAC members $ 50.00 Non STAC members $ 125.00 

The Saskatchewan Triathlon Association is committed to providing education and training opportunities for all

individuals interested in a role as a coach for the sport of triathlon. Our values on coaching and its influence

on an athlete's development are reflected by the values from the Coaches Association of Canada (CAC).

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