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Get Yours Before they're Gone - Race All Series Races in Any Event
Two Reasons to Register Now:
- Motivation: Set your goals for the season - the best incentive to get out and train is to have a set goal
- Availability: Many of the Series races sold out last year - avoid disappointment
2014 SUBARU WESTERN TRIATHLON SERIES
About the Subaru Western Triathlon Series:
The Subaru Western Triathlon Series is Canada’s premier triathlon series featuring five exciting events hosted in beautiful locations across Canada's west, Rocky Mountains and Prairies. Athletes of all ages and abilities, from first-timers to top elite athletes will participate in different distances including Half Ironman, Olympic, Sprint, and fun Relay events. The events provide a robust economic impact to their regions, draw strong media attention and each year one of the races is featured on a 60 minute national television program on TSN, “Canada’s Sports Leader.” The races have been praised internationally including 3 Series races recognized by Triathlete Magazine as “Top 10 Best Races in the World” in their categories. The events also often serve as Provincial Series, Championship, and World Qualifying events. The events have a festival feel and include an expo, kid's fun run, celebrity participation, incredible prizes, entertainment, great commemorative clothing, socials, corporate programs and clinics hosted by top international coaches and athletes.
The Series will kick off with Canada's first open water triathlon in picturesque Shawnigan Lake featuring the Trans Canada trails and magnificent Kinsol Trestle. Next up is the perennial sell-out Saunders Victoria Half Iron held on the edge of beautiful Victoria at scenic Elk Lake. Saskatoon is the next stop featuring the beautiful downtown river valley right in the midst of the famous Saskatoon Jazz Festival. In July, Vancouver plays host the fourth stop on the Series in the magnificent setting of the Spanish Banks beaches framed by the backdrop of the city skyline and panoramic North Shore Mountains. The final stop will take place Banff where participants will swim in pristine Two Jack Lake, cycle around the breathtakingly beautiful Minnewanka Loop, and a run through the town of Banff finishing down famous Banff Avenue.