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The MitoCanada Triathlon Team is a new sport added for 2013. Our emphasis is to encourage involvement of all abilities in all distances of triathlon in order to raise awareness. We will have an elite team that will compete at 3 or higher profile events along with our sport team members.In addition to competing at marquis events together, our team will have group training workouts and camps. We look forward to increasing the number of Team Mito Triathletes this year and share in the goal of “swimming, riding and running for those who can’t”.
Team Lead: Nick Haddow

 

2013 MARQUIS RACES / EVENTS
June 24:
Ironman 70.3 Mont Tremblant Quebec
June 15:
 Chinook Half Triathlon Festival Calgary
July 28: Ironman 70.3 Calgary
Aug 25: Ironman Canada
Sept: Xterra National Championships

 

MitoCanada Triathlon Team Athletes

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1 Comment

  • Bruce Anderson June 1, 2013 at 9:08 am

    Nick
    You have a busy summer in front of you don’t you?

    I am just about to register my team, Banff 180, for the Subaru Banff Triathlon on September 7, 2013 in the Sprint Relay .
    None of us is what you might call “elite”, but we enter to finish, and to have fun. PS we are not very young either
    I have ridden last fall in the Running on Empty event, and helped teamMito at the Calgary Marathon last week end, working the info booth and the H2O station. Next weekend, I am riding the M S Bike tour To/ from Airdrie-Oldas-Airdrie on the 2 Car y’s team. I plan to show the Team mito colours there and post a little write-up to the website. Getting recognition for team Mito is both easy and fun.
    So, if it can be arranged, your help & encouragement could put Banff 180 into the tri as a mito team out in the public view.
    I will direct team members to the website where they can join teamMito. I’d like to get some t-shirts , possibly the white ones we used at the C Marathon , I will get in touch with Shane or Sara about t’s.

    Drop me a line
    Bruce Anderson

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