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  • Triathlon New Brunswick
    Nous faisons des efforts pour améliorer les communication à propos des pratiques de Kids of Steel et de développement des jeunes athlètes Développement à long terme de l athlète et ce sur le plan national pour les athlètes les parents les officiels les chefs de compétition et les directeurs techniques PRIÈRE DE CIRCULER les documents en annexe aux DIRECTEURS D ÉVÉNEMENT AUX OFFICIELS et AUX RESPONSABLES DES OFFICIELS DT etc à distribuer dans le cadre de TOUS les ateliers et cours de formation des officiels La documentation inclut les deux nouveaux dépliants KOS développement de jeunes athlètes 1 Le premier est un sommaire du cadre DLTA au triathlon et inclut des recommandations pour les enfants et les jeunes dans le sport 2 Le deuxième est un BILAN de certaines règles importantes de KOS et du triathlon en général qui s appliquent aux événements KOS jeunes athlètes Il est AU PLUS important que tous les organisateurs d épreuve officiels entraîneurs et responsables techniques comprennent la PHILOSOPHIE de Kids of Steel et du développement des jeunes athlètes au triathlon Dans le courant du mois Triathlon Canada diffusera des recommandations spécifiques pour tout le personnel qui joue un rôle à l organisation d événements de manière à assurer une cohésion entre les principes KOS DLTA et ceux de l ORGANISATION D ÉVÉNEMENTS pour les enfants et les jeunes dans le sport Il existe toujours des conceptions erronées sur le pourquoi et sur le comment du développement des jeunes dans notre sport et nous essayons de remédier à cela par le biais d une communication et des PRATIQUES améliorées Nous vous remercions d avance de votre prompte coopération à ce sujet et nous vous souhaitons bien de bonnes choses à cette année olympique Kristine Chambers Coordonnatrice nationale de développement des jeunes athlètes Triathlon Canada 604 377 2141 koachkristine gmail com La bonté est la sagesse la plus pure Wednesday April 4 2012 Tri Kit For Sale One of our fellow athletes has some Tri Kit for sale If anyone is interested please e mail me on garth seelystreet com and I will put you both in contact with each other Cervelo P4 2009 51cm Ridden 500km SRAM Red with R2C shifters asking 2750 Easton Wheelset Tubulars EC90 Aero 2009 ridden 1000km asking 900 PowerTap SLC Ceramic bearings 2009 used 1000km comes with everything 20 hole hub asking 1000 PowerTap Pro 2009 used 4000km comes with everything 32 hole Mavic Open Pro CD included asking 850 Monday April 2 2012 Sport NB s Response to Provincial Budget Sport NB is pleased that the provincial government has recognized the importance of amateur sport to the health and well being of all New Brunswickers The 2012 2013 budget increase of 668 000 for Sport Plan for NB is a much needed investment in the health and wellness of New Brunswick The ongoing support from the provincial government will allow the amateur sporting community in NB to continue to grow and develop says Darcy McKillop Executive Director of

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  • Triathlon New Brunswick
    long term planning something we are working on right now My most significant advice is the importance of Reid gaining training interaction with stronger athletes to help him improve at the speed required for international junior racing Discussions have occurred for Reid to spend a block of time in Ontario training with my top elite male triathletes I was hopeful to see a solid athlete when I met Reid and I was more then pleased with the complete package that I observed There is nothing to indicate to me that Reid cannot be very successful this summer in elite jr draft racing and make the significant steps to become competitive in the elite male racing Sincerely Barrie Shepley Wednesday March 21 2012 Toronto to Play Host to 2013 and 2014 National Championships Toronto to Play Host to 2013 and 2014 National Championships TORONTO For the first time ever the Canadian Triathlon Championships are swimming biking and running into the country s largest city following an announcement in February the inaugural Toronto Triathlon Festival will be held on July 22 2012 Against the backdrop of Toronto s waterfront Olympic Gold Medallist Simon Whitfield along with representatives from Triathlon Canada and Sports Focused Consulting unveiled the details for the inaugural Toronto Triathlon Festival The unique event will provide athletes with the opportunity to experience a truly urban triathlon in Toronto The race weekend will be a celebration of the ultimate challenge of human endurance and tenacity and ideally a signature event on the North American triathlon circuit One of the main features of the race is the key role the city itself will play as the urban race route takes participants on an unprecedented path along Toronto s harbourfront utilizing the city s downtown highways passing skyscrapers and iconic landmarks like the CN Tower the Air Canada Centre and the Rogers Centre I have special memories of racing in downtown Toronto in 2000 and 2001 and I am pleased to have Toronto back in my race calendar said Simon Whitfield It will serve as an effective tune up race for my fourth Olympics in London I am committed to promoting the Toronto Triathlon Festival to ensure it becomes an enduring legacy for my sport in Canada s largest city A legacy it will be indeed Building on the foundation year Triathlon Canada has announced it will move the National Championships east to be held in conjunction with the running of the Toronto Triathlon Festival in 2013 and 2014 The move is designed to ultimately grow the sport across the country by attracting participants from all provinces and territories Triathlon Canada will release more details along the road to the 2013 and 2014 National Championships For more information about the Toronto Triathlon Festival or how to register in 2012 please visit www torontotriathlonfestival com Toronto accueillera les Championnats nationaux de triathlon 2013 et 2014 Triathlon Canada octroie à Toronto les Championnats Nationaux de 2013 et 2014 TORONTO Pour la première fois jamais le

    Original URL path: http://www.trinb.ca/news-archive.php?date_news=2012-03 (2014-10-22)
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  • Triathlon New Brunswick
    with a win The 27 year old Oakville Ont native clung to the heels of his Canadian comrade McMahon for the most of the race finishing just 23 seconds off the pace while clocking a bronze medal time of 1 54 30 For complete race highlights click HERE Les triathloniens et triathloniennes élites du Canada viennent d inaugurer la saison 2012 par des médailles de toutes les couleurs avec un triplé en or en argent et en bronze dimanche aux épreuves masculines et féminines du Championnat panaméricain PATCO de l UIT à La Paz Argentine Sarah Anne Brault de Winnipeg a fait sensation par sa première victoire internationale en carrière et ce avec une avance de plus d une minute sur deuxième place L étudiante de West Virginia University 22 ans spécialiste en course à 10 kilomètres au sein de l équipe des Mountaineers a écrasé les autres compétitrices par un chrono de deux heures sept minutes 10 secondes 2 07 10 La Montréalaise Kathy Tremblay a franchi la ligne d arrivée juste en dehors des médailles se classant quatrième en 2 08 43 Deux autres Canadiennes participaient à l épreuve Chantell Widney d Edmonton a fini au 10e rang 2 12 21 et Lauren Campbell de Vancouver était dans sa foulée en 11e place 2 12 46 La course aux médailles canadienne continuait à l épreuve masculine alors que Brent McMahon et Kyle Jones poursuivaient leur objectif de se faire qualifier tous les deux soit trois Canadiens au total au triathlon des Jeux Olympiques d été 2012 McMahon de Victoria a exécuté à perfection sa stratégie de compétition pour remporter la médaille d argent en 1 54 07 Kyle Jones est arrivé en Argentine à la recherche d une victoire pour inaugurer le Nouvel An Le natif d Oakville

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  • Triathlon New Brunswick
    more races to run Here are just a few that she did run over the last decade with the last being in September 2011 just two and 1 2 months ago Amazing A few of the events Dawn participated in 2003 Not the Honolulu Marathon 2007 Fredericton Marathon 2005 St George Triathlon Fredericton Triathlon Sackville Triathlon St George Tri Fest Fredericton Marathon Saint John Triathlon Fredericton Triathlon 2008 Fredericton Marathon 2006 Fredericton Marathon Fredericton Triathlon Fredericton Triathlon St George Tri Fest Saint John Triathlon 2009 Cross Canada Bike Tour 2010 Fredericton Marathon 2011 Fundy H20 Team Tri Dawn was a great person who loved to compete and did not hesitate to take on a challenge either on a swim on a bike or on a run She frequently put them all together as noted by the above triathlons that she completed She had such a positive and determined spirit One year at the Rockpark Triathlon she had her old bike and the pedal broke off and she could not complete the event She just smiled and took it in stride The next year at the same event she had a brand new Yellow Cervelo She got a flat fixed it and finished the race So typical Dawn will be missed by all her friends in the sporting community Donations in her memory can be made on line or by cheque to the Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada Wednesday September 24 2014 Triathlon NB Annual Awards Banquet and AGM Tuesday September 23 2014 2015 ITU World Championships Registration Wednesday September 10 2014 Junior Funding Policy and Academic Awards Wednesday September 10 2014 Tri NB Seeking Junior Athletes Wednesday May 14 2014 Junior Tri Camp with Simon Whitfield September 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013

    Original URL path: http://www.trinb.ca/news-archive.php?date_news=2011-12 (2014-10-22)
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  • Triathlon New Brunswick
    and the sport of triathlon and multi sport activities in our Province Support the Mission and Values of Tri NB The ideal Board member is someone who is Strategic you re a big thinker on behalf of the Association Flexible able to go with the flow and stay focused on the task at hand Problem solver you welcome meaningful and constructive discussion and can work with others diplomatically to resolve issues and potential conflict A team player decisions made are in the best interests of Tri NB Social you like to meet new people help others meet new people engage and have fun Job Descriptions The President Supervises the affairs of the Board When present chairs all meetings of the Association the Board and the Executive Committee Is an ex officio member of all Committees Acts as the spokesperson for the Association Chairs the Executive Committee and Carries out other duties assigned by the Board Vice President Presides at meetings in the President s absence If the Vice President is absent the Directors elect a Chairperson for the meeting Replaces the President at various functions when asked to do so by the President or the Board Is a member of the Executive Committee Carries out other duties assigned by the Board Under normal circumstances the Vice President shall succeed the President The Treasurer Makes sure a detailed account of revenues and expenditures is presented to the Board as requested Makes sure all monies paid to the Association are deposited in a chartered bank treasury branch or trust company chosen by the Board Makes sure an audited statement of the financial position of the Association is prepared and presented to the Annual General Meeting Is a member of the Executive Committee Carries out other duties assigned by the Board Sanctioning Coordinator Works on behalf of the Board with Race Directors and the Tri NB Executive Director ensuring safe professional and successful races events Reviews sanctioning packages makes suggestions for improvement and is responsible for the overall race sanctioning process in compliance with Tri NB standards Actively works with interested parties to promote and enhance our race series capitalizing on opportunities to grow racing and triathlon participation at all levels both in New Brunswick and out as required Acts as an educated and professional resource for our members partners sponsors and the public as it relates to racing and multisport activities on behalf of the Association The Secretary Is a Member of the Executive Committee Attends all meetings of the Association the Board and the Executive Committee Keeps accurate minutes of these meetings Makes sure all notices of various meetings are sent Carries out other duties assigned by the Board Directors at Large Acts in a position of trust for the community and is responsible for effective governance of the Association Demonstrates commitment to the work of the Association through participation on committees as required attendance at meetings and involvement in our sport in the Province of New Brunswick Is fully informed

    Original URL path: http://www.trinb.ca/news-archive.php?date_news=2011-11 (2014-10-22)
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  • Triathlon New Brunswick
    team members complete the Doping Education session s as required Correspond with the Mission Staff assigned to your team regarding the status needs and progress of the team At Games or any away event Adhere to the Team NB Code of Conduct Work with the Provincial Coach in monitoring conduct of team Deal with issues as they arise Work with Mission Liaison to coordinate team travel player interviews special awards pin distribution etc and correspond with the Mission Staff assigned to your team regarding the status needs and progress of the team Ensure the team is effectively managed at their appointed venue sites Friday October 7 2011 Gina in the Telegraph Journal Great feature in today s Telegraph Journal Gina Spear Burrows was 12 years old when she resolved to be an iron woman Photo Cindy Wilson Telegraph Journal Gina Spear Burrows is now in Hawaii preparing for the World Ironman Championship on Saturday I remember her saying I want to run in an ironman competition and then she said when I run I don t want anyone in front of me said Betty Spear Spear Burrows mother She became a star track and field athlete and triathlete But it would be just about three decades before the 46 year old Grand Bay Westfield resident would fulfill her own prophecy capturing gold at the 2005 Ironman Canada 40 45 age group in her first attempt in a time of 11 hours and one minute I was so proud of that my head was in the clouds for about a month after that Spear Burrows said with a laugh Now she s about to embark on her fourth ironman competition This time she ll be up against the best at the 2011 Ford Ironman World Championship in Kona Hawaii on Saturday She qualified for the 2011 World Ironman by finishing second in the 45 49 age class at Ironman Florida last November The mother of two has difficulty explaining why she s drawn to such an unfathomably grueling ordeal where participants must run 42 2 kilometres swim 3 8 km and cycle 180 2 km It s the pinnacle to make to the world championships she said I m an endurance person I enjoy the longer distance It s my hobby and passion like anybody else s just something I love to do Joining 1 700 participants Spear Burrows isn t putting any undue pressure on herself Having to contend with scorching heat and relentless wind she says she ll run her own race It s going to be brutal but I just want to enjoy it I ll give it everything I have Saturday This is the cream of the crop But I m trying not to get caught up in all of that As great a shape as she s in she trains every day and maintains a strict diet she insists the key to her success is her mental fortitude Like in most sports she says the best

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  • Triathlon New Brunswick
    NOTE THE ROAD BIKE IS 15 km LONGER THIS YEAR This route is all along pavement running 35 km from the start of Bennett Lake turning west to Wolfe Lake around the the entrance gate and than back along the 114 dropping 300m to the coast along the Point Wolfe Road through the covered bridge and ending at the Point Wolfe Picnic Area Mountain Bike Option SAME AS LAST YEAR A 14 km mountain bike ride down Bennett Brook Trail This is a very challenging course As part of the bike ride you will drop 200 metres from the Caledonia Highlands into the Point Wolfe River gorge For part of the route you will need to carry push your bike up the other side of the gorge The Run All racers will run 11 km from Point Wolfe Picnic Area along the Coastal Trail ending in fishing village of Alma Fundy National Park Awesome scenery Crazy hills There will be only one water stop along the run route at Herring Cove So you would be advised to bring a water bottle with you Race Day Logistics All racers are to report to Bennett Lake an hour before the race to check in and get your race kits and timing chip Racers will be given a bag to put their running things in which will be transported to T2 just after the start of the race At the end of the race a shuttle will transport racers from the finish line back to Bennett Lake to pick up your car and swim stuff Racers will be responsible for picking up your bike at Point Wolfe Race officials will be stationed at T1 and T2 to watch over your bike and gear Tuesday September 6 2011 More Ironman Canada Results 2 more results just in for New Brunswick finishers in the recent Ironman Canada Jensen Lutes finished in 14hrs 49mins 20 seconds to finish 2067th overall and 58th out of 80 in the 25 29 age group Jensen s Mum Marlene McVicar who finished in 14hrs 05min 46sec to finish 1805th overall and 43rd out of 96 in the W50 54 age group A great family performance and well done to everyone from Atlantic Canada who took part in Ironman Canada this year Monday September 5 2011 Canada Games 2013 We know we know you re saying 2013 is a long time from now Gents it s only September 2011 isn t it a bit early to be gearing up for the Canada Games Simple answer NO It is never too early to start planning and efforts are already underway to train select and field another great team of triathletes in Sherbrooke PQ August 2 17 2013 Let s take a quick step back with an overview of the Games themselves before we get too far ahead shall we February 1967 in Québec City the dream was finally realized For the first time in Canada s history 1 800 athletes from 10

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  • Triathlon New Brunswick
    hour before the race to check in and get your race kits and timing chip Racers will be given a bag to put their running things in which will be transported to T2 just after the start of the race At the end of the race a shuttle will transport racers from the finish line back to Bennett Lake to pick up your car and swim stuff Racers will be responsible for picking up your bike at Point Wolfe Race officials will be stationed at T1 and T2 to watch over your bike and gear Thursday August 18 2011 Simon Whitfield featured in todays Telegraph Journal Simon Whitfield s performance on sport s biggest stage should have earned him a superhero moniker by now something like The Human Olympic Torch Simon Whitfield of Canada competes in the running portion of the men s triathlon final at the triathlon venue on Day 11 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games His shocking win in the triathlon at the 2000 Sydney Olympics and stirring silver medal in 2008 in Beijing are certainly burned into the memories of Canadians And while his competitive fires aren t as hot as they once were there s always hope some magic might be left for his final bow at the 2012 London Games The story that I am going to try and write is play rope a dope to get counted out to get punched against the ropes many many times and then stand up in the 12th round of Aug 7 next year and throw that big haymaker and see if I can land it said Whitfield who will be 37 then I m going to try and write that story for sure It s not an easy one to pen as Canadian sporting legends such as speed skater Gaetan Boucher and downhill racer Ken Read well know That last dance can be a painful one both emotionally and physically Storybook endings are so often just that the stuff of fantasy Boucher s last race was in the 1 500 metres at the 1988 Calgary Olympics He d been the star of Sarajevo four years before with two golds and a bronze but his technique was eroding every season and by the time he reached his final race he had nothing left in the tank The race was excruciating The aftermath even more painful Knowing it was my last race it was harder after the race than before said Boucher You still hope to do well What if I win What if I do this But once you know the result it took me a long long time to leave the middle of the ice rink I wanted to keep skating but my results were going down instead of up Whitfield has experienced a similar slide the past 18 months his best result a fifth place last year In most races he s been well out of contention He was 23rd in the pre Olympic triathlon

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