Posts by MultiSport Canada Ambassadors

We’re Built For This

By Dempsey Cruz A Full 180 You’ve trained all winter in preparation for what’s to become your best season yet.  We were heading into a new decade after all. 2020 was going to be the year of new beginnings, change, and endeavours. Little did we know that one day we’d wake up only to find […]

What’s harder than putting on a wet wetsuit?

This sucks! I almost wish my biggest challenge right now was trying to put on a wet wetsuit, but it’s not. I think it is safe to say that we all had an expectation for how this summer was going to play out and so far it is not working out that way. For the […]

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 […]

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 […]

A few things I learned from being a Lakeside Ambassador

Let’s leave our stats for a moment. Let’s pause and reflect. For many like myself, Lakeside was the last tri/duathlon of the season and the cooler weather is a reminder that we will soon be back to our training dungeons until the sun peeks out again, maybe in just a few months time. This year […]

Bracebridge Olympic fun and Santa

This was my first time in at Bracebridge for the MultiSport Canada triathlon event. Every year I like to try another location in the Multisport series, they say variety is the spice of life, so I go back to my favs and expand my horizons each year. I had often seen signs for Santa’s Village […]

Why Do We Do Hard Things?

By Emilie Whitson Do your non-triathlon friends and family ever ask why you voluntarily put yourself through upwards of an hour of physical pain on a regular basis (aka racing triathlons)? Do you ever wonder to yourself the same thing? I’m here to give you some great answers, for when your boss asks you why […]