The Regina Multisport Club (RMC) is a non-profit organization led by volunteers that welcomes all new, novice and experienced triathletes to join us. The Regina Multisport Club is currently the largest non-profit Triathlon Club in Western Canada! Joining the RMC is a great way to meet other triathletes, train with like minded people, challenge yourself personally and celebrate your accomplishments in a supportive and social environment. We are also the largest multisport club in Saskatchewan with members of all ages!
Top Reasons to Join RMC
We have loads of fun!
Training with friends is motivating.
We offer year round training exclusive to RMC members.
Group training sessions, clinics and seminars, where you can learn from experts and professionals involved in the sport.
Discounts at Sport Co. and Track and Trail.
A FREE meal for you at our annual AGM.
Funding available to athletes representing us at international events. Click here for more information.
FREE Thursday Night Group Rides, Friday Run Crew, Skate Ski Lessons, Sunday Snowshoeing and more!
It's only $15 for a whole year!
Triathlon Saskatchewan is the designated provincial sport organization for Triathlon Canada (the National Sport Organization). All Saskatchewan triathlon/multisport clubs (including RMC) and their members are the key "customers" for Triathlon Saskatchewan.
You do not need to be a Triathlon Saskatchewan member to be an RMC member, but you do need to be a Triathlon Saskatchewan member to participate in those events that will involve multisport training and racing. At a minimum, an event-day Triathlon Saskatchewan membership is required at all race events to provide insurance for the participants and race organizers. A more comprehensive option is having an full-year Triathlon Saskatchewan membership - which provides members with insurance at all training (formal and informal) as well as covering the Triathlon Saskatchewan member requirements at all race events (replacing the event-day membership).
Triathlon Saskatchewan is also the sanctioning body for the club's multisport training and race events in the province (to ensure safe events), funding partner for the club (for equipment, race events, and other activities), funding partner for individuals (age group national qualifiers and youth national racers), provider of programs for age group participation, competitive development, and coach development, and provider of officials for race events. Triathlon Saskatchewan is also the members’ representative at the Triathlon Canada level, and to the International Triathlon Union above that.
To sign up for your membership click here.
Board of Directors
President - Rob Nelson
Vice-President - Tarra Dubreuil
Secretary - Doris Burdon
Treasurer - Gary Thiel
Communications Director - Deanne Selinger
Junior Director - Deb Bryden
Facilities Director - Kerri Hysuick
Volunteer Director - Jamie Mimbs
Director-at-Large - Kaytlyn Criddle
Director-at-Large - Mike Parkinson