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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Congratulations to our 2015 Winners
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Visit here for information about the 2016 Saskatchewan Summer Games!
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Canada Summer Games: Team Manager Job Description
July 27- August 4 2017
Saskatchewan Triathlon is seeking a team manager for the 2017 Canada Summer Games.
ROLE OF MANAGER
The manager plays a pivotal role in preparing Triathlon Saskatchewan’s team to compete at Canada Games. However, the main focus of the manager is one of administration rather than coaching. The manager will need strong skills in the areas of: communication, planning, administration and problem solving. Application deadline Friday December 2, 2016 at 2:00pm. For more information on the duties and responsibilities click here
Mark your calendars. Sunday December 11 Marlene and Terry Hooper will facilitate a level 1 official’s clinic.
The clinic will be held at Sask Sport 1870 Lorne Ave Regina and via video conference with Sask Sport 510 Cynthia st Saskatoon.
The level 1 course is focused on the rules.
Roles& Responsibilities for Level One Officials:
· Act as a Race Marshal
· Act as an assistant Chief Marshal
· Spot and report rule infractions
· Be pro-active to prevent accidents and rule infractions
A level 2 clinic will be scheduled for the new year.
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.
Keisha Besler breaks the top 10 finishing 9th and Kaycee Schroeder is 12th
Photos Courtesy of Stephen Maunder
On the second day of competition, Sask has their best mixed relay showing at a national championship with a 6th place finish among 20 teams. Keisha Besler, Sam Seshadri, Kaycee Schroeder and Josh Windsor raced on the team.
Photos courtesy of Stephen Maunder