Recreation & Competitive
Triathlon offers a unique opportunity to use swim, cycle, and run activity to cross-train for overall fitness. It can also help avoid repetitive stress and narrowed activities as compared to a focus on one sport, and naturally introduces variety to an overall fitness training program.
Program development and triathlon coach oversight will be provided by Brendan Mackenzie. This program is targeted at youth ages 12 to 19 but we do accept youth that are 10 and 11 that are ready, willing, and able to apply themselves to this type of program.
Recreational (ages 12-18, training 1 to 5 times per week)
For athletes who want to train for one of or all of swimming, biking, running and triathlon. These athletes may or may not do any competitions. Triathlon is a sport for life and these athletes are encouraged to have fun and love training. Recreational athletes can choose to train 1-5+ times per week with the team.
Our recreational athletes are at the Learn to Train Stage or the Active for Life of the Long Term Athlete Development model:
Youth Competitive (ages 13-15, training 3 to 5+ times per week)
For athletes ages 13 to 15 wanting to train to compete in the provincial draft legal races and may do one or two out of province competitions. These athletes are encouraged to compete in cross country running, indoor track as well as swim meets throughout the year. Youth Competitive athletes are required to train a minimum of 3 times per week.
Our Youth Competitive athletes are at the Train to Train Stage of the Long Term Athlete Development model: https://sportforlife.ca/stages/train-to-train/
Junior Competitive (ages 16-19, training 4 to 5+ times per week)
For athletes ages 16 to 19 who aim to compete in the provincial Junior Series (3 races) as well as the National Junior Series (1-5 competitions). These athletes are encouraged to compete in cross country running, indoor track as well as swim meets throughout the year. Junior Competitive athletes are required to train a minimum of 4 times per week.
Our Junior Competitive athletes are in the Train to Compete stage of the Long Term Athlete Development model: https://sportforlife.ca/stages/train-to-compete/
Elite (ages 16-23, training 5 + times per week)
For athletes who aim to compete in Camtri International competition (2-5 events) as well as the the National Junior Series (3-5 competitions). These athletes are encouraged to compete in cross country running, indoor track as well as swim meets throughout the year. Elite athletes will be expected to record all training in Training Peaks and submit daily reports to coaches to monitor training status and progress. Our Elite athletes are in the Train to Compete stage of the Long Term Athlete Development model: https://sportforlife.ca/stages/train-to-compete/
Middle and Long Distance Track Stream for those athletes who want to focus on their running abilities. They can choose any 3 run sessions per week out of our Fall Training Program without committing to swimming and biking.
Training session registration prices for Winter 2020 are as follows:
Classes Per Week Program Investment ($) Monthly Cost ($)
1 193.00 47.00
2 347.00 86.75
3 465.00 116.25
4 585.00 146.25
5 725.00 181.25
Elite Program 825.00 206.25
*For any of the weekly class options, any combination of the available classes can be selected between swim, run, brick, and cycling (when it is offered later in the training season).
**Any optional, supplementary swim classes taken with the Regina Dolphins or Flatland Swimming are in addition to the above program fees.
Regina Multisport Club (RMC) annual youth membership is $5.
Mandatory basic cost for a Triathlon Saskatchewan annual youth membership is
Junior (16-19) - $25.00 + $6.00 Triathlon Canada Fee
Youth - $15.00 + $6.00 Triathlon Canada Fee
The Triathlon Saskatchewan annual fee provides sanctioned insurance for the training for all disciplines as well as entry into Triathlon Saskatchewan sanctioned triathlons. If, within a specific discipline (i.e. swim or run), entry into a competition specific to that discipline is desired, the discipline’s provincial fees must be paid to the discipline club to cover the provincial membership. For example, if a swim competition is to be entered, the provincial sport governing fee must be paid and would be in addition to the fees above.
Contact the RMC Junior Coordinator at email@example.com.