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The MultiSport Canada Ambassador Team returns for the 7th year, and we are looking for passionate triathletes and duathletes to help us grow our incredible sport.
We are looking for athletes that are:
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Click on the link below, and complete the application. We look forward to hearing from you.
THE DEADLINE TO APPLY IS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 @ 11:30 PM!
By Roger Hospedales
Jennie Hansen defended her title, while Jordan Monnink secured the overall win after finishing second twice before at the 4th Annual Rev3 Niagara Falls Barrelman, presented by Keystone Communications.
Defending champion, Alex VanderLinden led men (25:46) out of the calm waters of the Welland International Flatwater Centre. During the bike, Monnink caught up to VanderLinden, and both rode together for the majority of the 86 km bike course (shortened due to road construction). Within the final kilometres of the bike course, Daniel Clarke charged to the front and entered T2 first with the top ride of 2:02:59. Clarke, Monnink, and VanderLinden headed out on the 21.1 km course together, as the temperatures rose, setting the stage for a great men’s battle. Monnink eventually took control of the race and finished with the top run of 1:22:30 to claim his first Barrelman title after placing second in 2016, and 2015.
Monnink swam 28:00, biked 2:05:06, and ran a race best 1:22:30 to finish in 3:58:33.
Rev3 Niagara Falls Barrelman Triathlon (2 km swim, 86 km bike, 21.1 km run)
Top 5 Men
Just like in 2016, Sheila Treleaven led the swim (26:26). Miranda Tomenson, second out of the water (28:43), made her way to the front of the race and entered T2 first with a ride of 2:18:26 (Paolina Allan had the top women’s ride of 2:14:11). But no one was going to stop the defending champion. Hansen passed Treleaven for the lead at the halfway mark of the run and closed with the women’s best run of 1:26:22 to defend her title.
Hansen swam 31:14, rode 2:19:08, and ran a race best 1:26:22 to finish in 4:20:35.
Rev3 Niagara Falls Barrelman Triathlon (2 km swim, 86 km bike, 21.1 km run)
Top 5 Women
Fire and Ice (Jessey The Elf, Phillip McCatty, and Evan Maiko) won the Relay event and had the fastest overall time on the day (3:50:50) thanks to a 25:30 swim, 2:08:43 bike, and 1:14:38 run.
James McNaughton of Sudbury, ON (2:35:59) and Amy Javens of Hermitage, PA (2:53:09) won the Swim/Bike race. Toronto’s Peter Schindler (3:38:37) and Alexandra Bade (4:26:19) won the Bike/Run race.
Over 1000 athletes participated in the 4th annual Rev3 Niagara Falls Barrelman on Sunday September 17, the largest ever for the event.
Visit the MultiSport Canada Facebook Page to view the race day coverage.
Race Results can be found at Sportstats.
Your Free Race Photos will be available at Zoomphoto.ca – as soon as they are uploaded and indexed.
By Tim Doris 2017 Multisport Canada Ambassador
An approach to training that works for me, sometimes!
We are all busy with work commitments, family commitments, and extra-curricular activities which in my family are competitive dance, rep. soccer, and baseball, and of course my own training.
The most important thing that I have learned this past year is to schedule my workouts and try to stick to them. This has allowed me to be more consistent with my training and to log a significant amount of running and riding during the winter months. Read more
BARRIE, ONTARIO (February 28, 2017) – MultiSport Canada (MSC) is excited to announce a partnership with STAC Performance for the 2017 triathlon season. STAC Performance is the perfect training partner for the avid triathlete. Initially funded through Kickstarter, the STAC Zero bike trainer is designed to be completely silent and easy on your tires.
Instead of using a flywheel and roller to push up against your back wheel or a direct drive system, the STAC Zero uses magnets to create resistance. Two neodymium magnets are placed either side the rim — which needs to be alloy — and as the wheel spins they create resistance.
“STAC Performance, creator of the STAC Zero silent trainer, is proud to join the Skechers Triathlon Series as a sports technology sponsor”, said STAC Performance CEO Andrew Buckrell. “STAC is looking forward to working with MSC to develop new training and racing technologies to help racers of all levels.”
STAC Performance will be onsite at all Skechers MSC races this summer. The year’s race series will take place on the following dates: June 24/25 (Rose City), July 15/16 (Gravenhurst), August 6 (Kingston), August 12/13 (Bracebridge), August 19/20 (Toronto Island), August 26 (Wasaga Beach) and September 9/10 (Lakeside).
About STAC Performance
STAC Performance, located in Kitchener, Ontario, is the creator of the STAC Zero, the world’s first Zero noise, Zero contact, Zero tire wear bike trainer. The STAC Zero has sold into 29 countries and is on influential reviewer DC Rainmaker’s 2016/2017 recommended trainer list. Learn more at www.staczero.com
About MultiSport Canada
MultiSport Canada (MSC) was founded by John Salt and Mike Buck in 2002. The first race was held in 2002 at Erin Meadows Community Centre and has now grown into Canada’s largest triathlon series with over 9,000 athletes participating in multiple races. MSC owns and produces the Skechers Performance Triathlon Series, the Niagara Falls Barrelman, and The Ontario Women’s Triathlon. MSC is also one of Canada’s premier event management companies contracted by several other event partners and not-for-profits such as the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation and Joe’s Team. Learn more at www.multisportcanada.com
BARRIE, ONTARIO (February 22, 2017) – 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.
The partnership will give Skechers Performance Canada exclusivity in the footwear category and the product will be displayed at all MSC events. The expanded relationship will provide Skechers Performance Canada with greater opportunities to further engage with athletes and for them to discover the full profile of their performance footwear line. Moreover, all race finishers will be awarded with a medal featuring the all-new Skechers Performance Triathlon Series logo.
“Skechers Performance Canada is happy to expand its partnership with MSC,” said David Beecroft, Country Manager at Skechers USA Canada, Inc. “Becoming title sponsor of the MultiSport Triathlon Series will allow us to further highlight our Performance Division to the Canadian Triathlon community.”
“We have had a very successful partnership with Skechers Performance Canada and we are looking forward to the title sponsorship in 2017,” said John Salt, MultiSport Canada President. “Over the past few years Skechers Performance has been a fantastic supporter of not only the series, but several of our Ambassador Team members including past ambassadors, Lionel Sanders and Cody Beals. Their commitment to supporting our grass roots races is truly appreciated.”
The year’s race series will take place on the following dates: June 24/25 (Rose City), July 15/16 (Gravenhurst), August 6 (Kingston), August 12/13 (Bracebridge), August 19/20 (Toronto Island), August 26 (Wasaga Beach) and September 9/10 (Lakeside).
For more information about Skechers Performance please visit GOSkechers.com and follow us on Facebook.com/SkechersPerformanceCanada, Twitter.com/SkechersPerfCan and Instagram/@skechersperformancecanada.
For more information about the MSC 2017 Triathlon Series visit: www.multisportcanada.com
About SKECHERS USA, Inc.
SKECHERS USA, Inc., based in Manhattan Beach, California, designs, develops and markets a diverse range of lifestyle footwear for men, women and children, as well as performance footwear for men and women. SKECHERS footwear is available in the United States and over 160 countries and territories worldwide via department and specialty stores, more than 2,012 SKECHERS Company-owned and third party-owned retail stores, and the Company’s e-commerce websites. The Company manages its international business through a network of global distributors, joint venture partners in Asia and the Middle East, and wholly-owned subsidiaries in Canada, Japan, throughout Europe and Latin America. For more information, please visit skechers.com and follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/SKECHERS) and Twitter (twitter.com/SKECHERSUSA).
This announcement contains forward-looking statements that are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements include, without limitation, the Company’s future domestic and international growth, financial results and operations including expected net sales and earnings, its development of new products, future demand for its products, its planned domestic and international expansion and opening of new stores and advertising and marketing initiatives. Forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of forward-looking language such as “believe,” “anticipate,” “expect,” “estimate,” “intend,” “plan,” “project,” “will be,” “will continue,” “will result,” “could,” “may,” “might,” or any variations of such words with similar meanings. Any such statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected in forward-looking statements. Factors that might cause or contribute to such differences include international economic, political and market conditions including the uncertainty of sustained recovery in Europe; sustaining, managing and forecasting costs and proper inventory levels; losing any significant customers; decreased demand by industry retailers and cancellation of order commitments due to the lack of popularity of particular designs and/or categories of products; maintaining brand image and intense competition among sellers of footwear for consumers, especially in the highly competitive performance footwear market; anticipating, identifying, interpreting or forecasting changes in fashion trends, consumer demand for the products and the various market factors described above; sales levels during the spring, back-to- school and holiday selling seasons; and other factors referenced or incorporated by reference in the Company’s annual report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2015 and its quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the three months ended September 30, 2016. The risks included here are not exhaustive. The Company operates in a very competitive and rapidly changing environment. New risks emerge from time to time and the companies cannot predict all such risk factors, nor can the companies assess the impact of all such risk factors on their respective businesses or the extent to which any factor, or combination of factors, may cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statements. Given these risks and uncertainties, you should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements as a prediction of actual results. Moreover, reported results should not be considered an indication of future performance.
About MultiSport Canada
MultiSport Canada (MSC) was founded by John Salt and Mike Buck in 2002. The first race was held in 2002 at Erin Meadows Community Centre and has now grown into Canada’s largest triathlon series with over 9,000 athletes participating in multiple races. MSC owns and produces the Skechers Performance Triathlon Series, the Niagara Falls Barrelman, and The Ontario Women’s Triathlon. MSC is also one of Canada’s premier event management companies contracted by several other event partners and not-for- profits such as the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation and Joe’s Team.
MultiSport Canada is looking for great people who are outgoing, enthusiastic, athletic and hard working to be a part of the Team for 2017.
We provide event organization and support races/events from April to October throughout Central and Southern Ontario.
Take a look at the positions available.
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