Posts by MultiSport Canada Ambassadors

A look at the Aquila Crono

By Roger Hospedales Discover the Aquila Crono from brand engineer Frank Mizerski.  

Welland Sprint Duathlon

By Jessy Deroneth OMG! Did I ever said how much I LOVE Welland! I LOVE #MSCWelland! The Canal is quiet and peaceful, and it looks like melted crystals… I have grown very fond of my accommodation there. All this romance to say that #MSCWelland is probably my favourite race. But being the first race of […]

Life In a Day

By Taylor Speirs Triathlon, like many long distance endurance sports is like experiencing life in one day. One of my idols in the sport of ultra marathons, Ann Trason, describes this best stating: “I’ve always looked at running 100 miles as life in a day, it has all the trials and tribulations as life in […]

2019 Welland Long Course Triathlon Race Day Summary

Some pre race, bike course footage and post race recap video.    

Dealing with the “Bad” Days

In triathlon training there is a continuous battle between mind and body. Training is full of ups and downs, highs and lows, good days and bad days. There are amazing training days, where everything seems to be going your way, and there are horrible, tormenting training days, where all you want to do is give […]

Daniel Clarke shares a preview of the Rose City Long Course Triathlon

Our MSC Series Ambassador Daniel Clarke shares a preview of the Rose City Long Course Triathlon and the changes to this year’s bike course. We can’t wait to see you all at this year’s race.

A post about Winter triathlon…as Summer is being late

Better late than never: a post about Winter triathlon just before the Summer triathlon starts…  Why not?!?! As we are about to start this Summer triathlon season, I wanted like to talk a little bit about Winter triathlon, events that are gaining in popularity. Have you tried winter triathlon? What was the formula? I realize […]

Warm Spring Days are Good Training Days

By Chris Yuen For those who live in the Northeast, the warmer weather has finally arrived, and many triathletes finally take their bikes outside, and enjoy the sun and spring scenery while spinning. As for me who is not aiming to podium, I just want to train, be prepared, and to complete the Welland Rose […]

Getting (Un)Comfortable

By Matt McGuckin For me, the swim was always the most daunting part of triathlon. If you don’t come from a swimming background, it’s challenging to know how to train for an open water swim. So, for all of us aquatically-challenged triathletes what’s the key to a successful open water swim? My first few triathlon […]

If she can do it, you can too.

By Angela Giddens If she can do it, you can too.   These are the words I heard this past January while running a half marathon in Florida. I was wearing a half ironman race shirt and from behind me I heard a man say to the woman running with him. “Look honey, she ran a […]