Lots of different races went on this weekend including the Ottawa International Triathlon. We had plenty of great finishes there with a number of people on the podium with the top 10 qualifying for the 2018 World Championships in Australia:
Erin McRae (1st F20-24 Aquathlon and 8th F20-24 Sprint Distance)
Lauren Mander (3rd F20-24 Sprint Distance)
Jess Gibson (3rd F20-24 standard Distance)
Eli Dzik ran the Manitoba Marathon clocking a 3:16:39 to win the M20-24 category and Nicholas Glennon did Ironman 70.3 Syracuse in 5:19:45 for 4th in M18-24.
September is here and the triathlon season is coming to a close but we're excited to be back! Come find us at clubs week (we'll be the ones on bikes) on Friday, September 16th in the UCU (all day) or join us for our annual welcome meeting on September 21st at 6:30pm at Agora in the UCU. We have lots of racing and other fun stuff planned for the year and we are excited to see all of our new and returning members. Be sure to visit our Facebook page for daily posts about practices and events. Happy training!
Last weekend a number of our club members and alumni competed at the Canadian Triathlon Championships here in Ottawa. Two of out members qualified to represent team Canada at the 2017 World Championships in Rotterdam: Lauren Manders (4th F20-24 in the sprint distance) and Nicholas Glennon (2nd M20-24 in the standard distance), as well as two of our alumni: Katheryn Cochrane (7th F25-29 in the standard distance) and Nathaniel Vice (11th M30-34) in the standard distance). Congratulations to everyone who competed and a special thanks to the many members who volunteered at the race!
After a successful fall semester winter practices have begun! Check out the winter schedule under the 'About the Club' tab.
Come tri us out!
It was a cold wet day in Perth this weekend but UOTC walked away with a few podium finishes (and pies) to show for it.
On the men's side club alumni Eric Brault took first place in the club rankings with Nicholas Glennon taking second and Adam Smart in third. Eric Brault also placed third overall in the race, while Nicholas Glennon, Stefan Innes and Michael Sifton took the top three M20-24 spots and Adam Smart, Nathaniel Vice and Eric Chartrand swept the M25-29 podium.
For the women, Kathryn Cochrane was out first finisher, followed by Emily Anne and Keara Graham, sweeping the F20-24 category in the process!
Thanks to everyone who came down and endured the weather with us, we hope to see all of you for our club championships next year!
Full results can be found here:
The fun never stops with the University of Ottawa Triathlon Club. The club has had an action packed summer with continued training throughout,t our Tremblant training camp, and the Mont-Tremblant 5150 Race/Club championships.
With exams and school behind us, a group of 30 triathletes both club h and several alumni set out to two beautiful log cabins in the stunning Tremblant area for exactly the opposite of a relaxing weekend. The weekend saw several group rides, and runs. But plenty of beer and good times along the way.
Mont Tremblant 5150 Sprint/Olympic Triathlon:
After our intense training camp, we were ready for anything Mont-Tremblant could throw at us, and we took it in stride. The race on Sunday June 8th brought great weather, not too hot, not too cold. Although sunburns did happen. The course was picturesque, the water was warm enough to swim, and the spectators were amazing. Fun was had by all, and the post race drinks and meals were a refreshing treat and made for some great "podium" moments.
Here is a new article that was just posted this week in the Fulcrum, the university of Ottawa English language newspaper!
Love it, and big thanks to Spencer Murdoch!
Coming up on April 24-27, 2014 is our 3rd Annual Spring Training Camp in beautiful Mont-Tremblant, Quebec.
This city will boast four triathlon races over the course of the spring season. Triathlon Mont-Tremblant, Ironman 70.3 Mont Tremblant, Ironman Mont-Tremblant and Ironman 70.3 World Championships.
Our 4 day camp will have athletes of who compete at various distances from Sprint to Ironman.
Workouts generally consist of a bike ride and one other workout every day. There will be various groups of different levels leaving together, and will stay together. So don't worry, you won't be dropped off the back.
The focus of this camp is always on having fun, and training hard. We build a sense of community by getting past and present members together, and invite some of our community contacts out as well.
45$ for food
60$ for a sleeping place on the floor
100$ for a single bed
If you are interested in Joining us at the training camp please email Eric Brault at the club's email at email@example.com.
Welcome to the New University of Ottawa Triathlon Club Website!
We hope that you can navigate it easily.
This site will allow us to keep everyone up to date on club structure, schedule, events and more
This site will allow the club to accept new members via online payment.
The UOTC Forum will allow members to converse, buy and sell products, join events and reserve their bikes for spinning workouts.
It's just the beginning, and so the site will evolve with the needs of the club.