Monday, 22 May 2017

Sansego Triathlon Camp featuring 5x Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander

Sansego Triathlon Camp featuring 5x Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander 

Location: St. John’s, Newfoundland 

Date: July 21-23, 2017

Duration: Three Days 

Regular Cost: $1,240.00 CAD ($930.00 USD)


The Field House

Sunshine Camp


The program will be limited to 30 participants for optimal one on one feedback from the Sansego coaching team.


Regular Cost: $1,240.00 CAD ($930.00 USD)
*Newfoundland participant pricing still applies for Newfoundland local athletes


Registration will be completed on PayPal. Please follow these instructions to complete registration.
1. Go to the following website:
2. Sign in to existing account or register as a new user.
3. Once into the home page please select “pay or send money”.
4. Click on “pay for goods or services”. You will be covered under PayPal Purchase Protection using this method of payment.
5. Enter the following email address into the location:
6. Enter the following amount into the pricing location: $1,240.00 CAD. Please ensure CAD is the selected currency.
7. In the “add note” section please ensure you include the following information:
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Cost: $1,240.00 CAD
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Comments: Please indicate what your interests are and what you’d like to see at this camp to ensure Craig and Sansego make the most of this experience.
8. Next select your shipping address and verify your payment method.
9. Finally click on “send money now”
10. Please keep this transaction history information as this will act as your receipt of payment for the camp and a printout of this will be required on the day of camp registration.

For any questions regarding the camp, registration etc. please email:

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Canada Games Team Competes in Virginia!

Newfoundland’s Junior Triathlon Team performed well at the USAT Richmond Youth Elite & Junior Elite Cup in Virginia this past weekend.

The NL team consists of Heidi Perry & Nikolas Dolomount from Corner Brook, Ethan Piercey & Dylan Morawski from Gander, and Marcy Whelan & Laura Pittman from St. John’s. These young athletes, who will be representing the province at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg this August, went head-to-head with the best junior triathletes in the US.

With both Ethan & Heidi in the top half of the finishers and the others close behind despite two bike crashes and a flat tire, they now have their sights set on Winnipeg.

Their next race will be the Canadian Junior Series in Victoriaville, QC on July 1st where they will finalize their preparations for Winnipeg. Congrats to the team and Coach Christiane Martin and good luck in Quebec!

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

RBC Training Ground - St. John's Qualifier

Saturday, April 15
PowerPlex, Crosbie Road

Through RBC Training Ground, National Sports Organizations are searching for untapped talent between the ages of 14-25. Triathlon Canada is one of the participating NSOs, making this a fantastic opportunity for some of your athletes to receive funding and support for their athletic pursuit of excellence. There is the possibility of crossover development for complimentary sports.

Other participating NSOs include Cycling Canada, Athletics Canada, Canoe Kayak Canada, Rowing Canada, Rugby Canada, Bobsleigh Skeleton Canada, Alpine Canada, Judo Canada and Water Polo Canada.

This qualifier is a requirement for any athletes aiming to compete at the RBC Training Ground regional final on June 10. The qualifier is fun and low pressure, and allows athletes from different sports to test their abilities together. It’s also a great workout, structured testing and an opportunity for athletes to showcase their talent.

Athletes can register at

Monday, 6 March 2017

Ride Don't Hide June 25th - Looking for Riders

Ride Don't Hide is a national pedal bike ride organized by Canadian Mental Health Associations across the country to raise awareness and funds in support of programs and services .CMHA –NL will be participating in this national ride for the first time Sunday June 25 2017 from 8:00am until 12:30pm.We would like to have some experienced bike riders ride along the route with the riders. This is not a race it is an awareness ride. We are expecting experienced riders as well as families to participate in this event.Route  is 10.5 KM. Bike riders will have 3 options . 1 Do route twice 21km 2.) do it once for 10.5 km 3.) Families with young children will do a 3kms. contact Bride Norman for details!