Set Your Path Towards A Successful 2020 Season

By Roger Hospedales, Co-Head Coach/Owner at PR Endurance Training “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” – Tony Robbins With the athletes we work with at PR Endurance Training, we know first hand that goal setting plays a very important part in everyone’s success, so it is an element […]

70.3/Barrelman Run Training for the Masters Athlete

By Nigel Gray, NRG Performance Training Having been a coach and pro triathlete for over 20 years and now racing age group and turning 50 in 2020 I have had a lot of experience with both coaching master’s athletes and also being one myself! As we age we can start to see our performances drop […]

What’s New in 2020!

We are very excited to announce that registration opened on November 4th and we are offering our best early bird rates across all events until March 1st! Along with registration comes a slew of new and noteworthy items for 2020. At MultiSport Canada, we continue to do our best to review and revise our business […]

Finding Time When You Need More!

  By Tim Doris If you are like me you have just finished your season of racing. Have already set up your designated workout area in your home. You have gone over your race results with a fine tooth comb looking at your race splits, transition times and of course where you placed in relation […]

Race Prep for Your First Triathlon (or First 100 of Them) – Part II

To Do’s for Race Day Eve and Morning By: Brittany Berry, 2019 event ambassador for Toronto Island Triathlon If you have a triathlon coming up soon, hopefully you’ve already read the Part I of this article on race prep to do’s in the week before an event or have at least started thinking about how […]

Race Day Countdown

By Angela Lilly Here we are! You’ve had months of planning, training, learning, nutrition consumption and hopefully, great race day experiences in your blood. As soon as I wake up one week from race day, it’s called “race day countdown”.  We have many challenges, juggling family, career and triathlon training. Here’s some tips for this […]

How to be a Student Athlete

I recently finished 6 years of school completing my undergraduate degree and post-graduate degree.  Training for triathlon can be tough for anyone. School is a time for finding yourself and there are so many opportunities. I am going to lay out some tips on how to train for triathlon during the post-secondary school year. Always […]

September 2019 Newsletter

Lakeside Triathlon Post-Race Report

Life will happen, so let it

By Dempsey Cruz It’s hard to believe how quickly this race season has come and gone. I remember looking forward to another fun year of racing back in May, and it definitely feels like September arrived just like a blink of an eye.  Being an age-group athlete has its challenges, mainly having to juggle my […]