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MultiSport Canada News 2017 – Issue #1

MultiSport Canada News 2017 – Issue #1

Welcome to our first newsletter issue of 2017.

We know a lot of you were eagerly awaiting the call for applications to our MultiSport Canada Ambassador Team, and that is our first news item announced here first. Check out that and our other news highlights below.

We look forward to seeing you at our season opener in Welland/Rose City on June 24/25. If you haven’t registered yet, make sure to register before the first price hike on Sunday, April 2 at midnight.

Apply for the MultSport Canada Ambassador Team

The MultiSport Canada Ambassador Team returns for the sixth year, and we are looking for passionate triathletes and duathletes to help us grow our incredible sport.  Get details on how to apply for the team.

 

Three Triathlon Ontario Championships and the Du-the-Double Duathlon Challenge

For the upcoming season, MultiSport Canada is proud to host the popular Du-the-Double Duathlon Challenge and three Triathlon Ontario Championships. Get full details.

 

Skechers USA Canada, Inc. Becomes Title Sponsor of the MultiSport Canada 2017 Triathlon Series

MultiSport Canada (MSC) is excited to announce that Skechers Performance Canada, a division of Skechers USA Canada, Inc., will be the 2017 Title Sponsor for the MultiSport Canada (MSC) Triathlon Series.  Get full details.

 

STAC Performance partners with the MultiSport Canada 2017 Triathlon Series

Read about the STAC Partnership.

 

Rudy Project Deals & Steals:  Up to 50% off Helmets / Sunglasses!

 

The Necessity of Running

Read this article by Daryl Flacks.

 

How to Train for a Spring Training Camp

How to Train for a Spring Training Camp.

 

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How to Train for a Spring Training Camp

By Dr. Cindy Lewis, CLPerformance Training

For reasons of pride and practicality, nobody wants to show up at a training camp unprepared.

The prospect of getting outside again in the sunshine to train in warm weather draws a lot of athletes to early spring training camps. Who doesn’t want to take a break from the pre-dawn swim sessions and hours on the trainer to get a head start on your season – especially in a vacation destination like Arizona? But showing up unprepared, and hoping to launch your training for the season there can really backfire. The last thing you want is to be bailed out mid-workout and hold the rest of your group back, or sit out the last few days because of an injury that will take several more weeks to rehab.

Here are some tips to make sure you arrive prepared to make the most of the opportunity. Read more