The 2016- 2017 STAC Annual Memberships are now available. Annual memberships are valid from the date of purchase until September 30th, 2017.
Sask Sport has put great effort into the new Dispute Resolution Suite which will be adopted by all Sask Sport funded sports
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RossAnn Edwards, Sask Triathlon Centre Lead coach/Provincial Coach, poses with Jono Hall, Head Coach, Triathlon Canada National Performance Centre, Eugene Liang, Triathlon Canada HP Director, and Kim VanBruggen, Triathlon Canada Chief Executive Director at a Triathlon Canada High Performance camp in Phoenix, AZ. RossAnn is attending the camp as part of a coaching development opportunity. She will also be attending an Apprentice Coach Program at ALTIS, a world class track and field athlete and coach training centre in Phoenix.
The seventh annual STC Christmas Camp was held in Saskatoon Dec. 27 - 30.
Nineteen youth and junior- aged athletes took part in run and swim time trials and workouts and bike care and skills sessions. Canada Summer Games criteria was presented and included a drug education/awareness session (Sask Sport Science and Medicine). Each athlete completed a triathlete mental skills profile and learned about sleep and performance. Nutrition and food prep skills were highlighted in the STC Master Chef food competition. To provide motivation and encouragement for the athletes, four past Saskatchewan Canada Summer Games high performance athletes dropped by to share their athletic stories and Canada Summer Games Experiences (Joel Howlett, Aidan Katz, Rachael Edwards, and Gabrielle Edwards). The camp consolidated a 2016 year of growth for the STC and set the tone for excellence in 2017.
Call Out for Wintershine Triathlon Race Director!
See Jeff plan. See Jeff plot.
See Jeff map, table and chart.
But Jeff no run. Nor ski or skate....
Can you help out and be Jeff's mate?!?!
Jeff Hehn has given years of planning and organizing races and events, including the Winter Triathlon. This year, Jeff would like to participate on race day. He is willing to do the bulk of the prep work up to the race, but is looking for someone to be the race day director. If you can help Jeff out (and the tri community!) please comment below!
Let's help Jeff to be able to play on race day!
2016 Triathlon Christmas Camp
Sask. Triathlon Centre
The Annual Sask
Triathlon Centre Christmas Camp is being held in Saskatoon, Dec. 27 - 30. Ages 12 and older
welcome....triathlon experience and the ability to swim 400m necessary. Contact the
Provincial Coach, RossAnn Edwards, for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
must be received by Dec. 15th. Click on links for the camp schedule and
Marlene Hooper, head of officials for the Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Corp facilitated a level 1 officials course over the weekend. Turn out was great, we had representation from Swift Current, Saskatoon and Regina. In addition to the training in person at the Sask Sport office in Regina, the option of training online was made available. We now have an additional 16 level 1 officials in the province. A special thanks to Marlene and Terry Hooper for facilitating the course. There will be a level 2 officials clinic early in 2017. Details will be available soon and posted on the STAC website.
Congratulations to The Sask Triathlon Centre athlete Kaycee Schroeder for a top 10 national ranking!
Kaycee along with Provincial Head Coach RossAnn Edwards
Congratulations to all the STAC Junior athletes:
Kaycee Schroeder, Tatiana Regnier, Keisha Besler, Samantha Graham
Kyle Caie, Josh Windsor, Sam Seshadri, Jacques Charrier
The Sask Triathlon Centre Youth and Jr. athletes competed in the final National series race of 2016 this past weekend. This event was the Triathlon Canada National Youth Championships. Sask had 5 youth men (Cosmas Markatos, Kaelen Kolb, Ben Seshadri, Mathias Yuzdepski, Kaitao Han) and 4 youth females (Mette Siemens, Ciara Kirkpatrick, Ella Perras, Hunter Schroeder) in competition. The youth men raced well, showing lots of potential with 4 of 22 athletes in the top 12:
The Subaru Saskatoon Triathlon to rebroadcast on today at 2:30 pm on TSN2. Tune in to watch the Subaru Chase. Be sure to set your DVR.
The third Jr. series race in Verdun, Quebec was changed to a duathlon due to water quality issues. Josh Windsor was the top Sask male athlete with his strongest race of the year finishing 34 of 64 Junior males. Kaycee Schroeder had another strong performance finishing 16th of 47 Junior females.
The 14/15 year old Triathlon Canada youth race #2 was maintained as a triathlon, but included a pool swim in a 25 yard pool. The STC youth males raced very well with Kaelen Kolb finishing 9th of 35 male boys, Ben Seshadri was 10, Cosmas Markatos who led the swim and the bike was 11 and Mathias with the 3rd fastest run time finished 13th.
Seven Sask athletes compete in Montreal - Kyle Caie, Jacques Charrier, Sam Seshadri, Josh Windsor, Tatiana Regnier, Kaycee Schroeder and Keisha Besler.
Kaycee Schroeder, improves on her 12th place performance in Ottawa 2 weeks ago, to 8th Canadian of 51 females in the Montreal #2 Junior series race. Sam Seshadri is the top Sask male athlete finishing 27th of 55 males.