The 2015 STAC Annual Memberships are now available. 2015 Annual memberships are valid from the date of purchase until September 30th, 2015.
Age Group athletes can qualify for Worlds 2016 at the 2015 Living Sky Triathlon!
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Complete our member survey by March 20th 2015 & have chance to win prizes!
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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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The Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Board of Directors has posted the following position:
Executive Director - Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Corporation
Closing Date: May 15th, 2015
Founded in 1985, the Saskatchewan Triathlon Association is the sport governing body for multisport activities (primarily triathlon), events and races in Saskatchewan. From the foundation of our three core events of swim-bike-run, triathlon has experienced significant growth in Saskatchewan over the past number of years. Today, triathlon experiences over 2000 race starts annually and has a provincial membership of over 1700 athletes. Triathlon is truly a family sport for all ages with members from age 5 to 75. The Saskatchewan Triathlon Association is an active member of Sask Sport Inc. and one of the provincial federation members of Triathlon Canada.
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The Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Board of Directors announces our Executive Director for the past eight years, Fred Dyck, has accepted the position of Manager with Fitness on 25th at the YWCA in Saskatoon.
Fred became Saskatchewan Triathlon's first permanent staff member in July of 2008. During this time, the sport and association have experienced significant growth and development with increased membership and revenue and expansion of programming.
We offer our thanks to Fred for his contributions to the development of the sport of triathlon over the past eight years and wish him all the best as he moves on to new challenges and experiences.
The Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Board of Directors will begin the search for a replacement for the Executive Director position immediately. The Board has begun the process to outline the requirements for the position and will announce the job posting within the next few days. Mark Gibson, President, Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Corporation
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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PLEASE NOTE - COURSE NOW BEGINS ON FRIDAY AND ENDS SATURDAY
Saskatoon (location TBA) - Facilitator: Carly Priebe
From Friday, May 8th to Saturday, May 9th
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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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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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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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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.