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The 32nd Annual Pushor Mitchell Apple Triathlon occurred the weekend of August 16th/17th in Kelowna, BC with a number of Saskatchewan athletes competing. Annually, Apple Tri attracts youth and adult triathletes from across Saskatchewan and 2014 was no different with over 30 individuals from our province competing.
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Another great day for the 33rd Annual Power 99FM/Frank Dunn Toyota Triathlon on August 10th, 2014 in Waskesiu. Saskatoon's Tim Pierce and Prince Albert's Christina Charles were the male and female winners with over 160 individual racers and 45 teams competing.
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Kaycee Schroder of Dundurn made it three youth elite race wins in 2014 by winning the National Youth Elite Championship in Magog July 19th. Keisha Besler of Saskatoon raced strong to finish 7th among Jr. Women as Sask athletes raced well in Magog. Other Saskatchewan athletes had strong performances such as Monica Mastromatteo and Robert Bigsby (racing as an elite).
Link on the article title above to access a full race report from Provincial Coach RossAnn Edwards.
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Triathlon Canada Elite National Race Series event's number 2 and 3 go July 12/13 and 19th/20th in Quebec.
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See Jane and See Dick Tri raises over $6000 and donated to CBCF with over 230 athletes competing in the annual event.
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The Saskatchewan Triathlon Association is hosting a series of Youth Introductory Triathlon Clinics across Saskatchewan this summer. Clinic locations include Estevan (June 21), Humboldt (July 2nd), Prince Albert (July 8th), Melfort (July 13th), Swift Current (July 16th), North Battleford (July 23rd) and Martensville (July 27th). The clinic cost is only $20 per participant and will focus on basic triathlon fundamentals in a FUN atmosphere.
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The weather conditions were not ideal but athletes enjoyed a strong day of competition at Day 1 of the Living Sky Triathlon at Pike Lake, SK. The water temperature shortly before the first youth elites began their open water swim was measured at 16 degrees Celsius. Cool air temperatures made for some discomfort for volunteers but the day still resulted in a strong showing of results with Emy Legault of Quebec and Russell Pennock of Alberta winning the female and male Junior Elite Races; in what is Race #1 of the Triathlon Canada National Junior Race Series.
Saskatchewan athletes had a strong showing at the event with Saskatoon's Keisha Besler finishing 4th in the junior women's Sprint Race. Kaycee Schroder, from Dundurn, finished with a strong run time to bring Saskatchewan the top podium finish of the day in the Women's Youth Elite Super Sprint Race. And, Saskatoon's Sam Seshadri finished behind Pavlos Antoniades of Quebec to garner a 2nd place finish in the Youth Elite Men's division.
Competition continues as Sunday will see the exciting Youth/Junior relays and the adult Non Draft Sprint Race which is a 2015 World Age Group Championship Qualfiier.
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Patrick Ash and Brendan Mackenzie are hosting four clinics at Echo Lake beginning June 8th, 2014. The clinic dates are June 8th, June 22nd, July 20th and August 17th. the clinics will cover the skills involved in open water swimming. Putting on the wetsuit, race starts and exits, swimming in groups, sighting, turning and transitioning from the swim to the bike. All participants will be strongly encouraged to wear wetsuits. There will be an optional run session for those interested.
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