Being a member of a Triathlon club is an excellent way to learn more about the sport, training and to meet new people. If you are looking for a club we have listed several of them below.
Here are a few of the clubs in Ontario. If you would like to have your club listed here please email us your club logo and pertinent information. You can click on the logo or name to get to the website.
GTA and Surrounding Area
Ajax Pickering Triathlon Club (APTC) is a not-for-profit, OAT sanctioned club operating in the Ajax Pickering area, with a board of volunteer directors and coaches. All monies raised by the club via membership fees and sponsorships are completely reinvested into the club for the benefit of club members. APTC is coached by Head Coach Jim McLellan who brings 7 years of triathlon coaching experience, and Coach Todd McCall who is an accomplished Iron Man athlete. The APTC was created as a way for people who are passionate about the sport of triathlon, to share their passion with fellow triathletes by joining in group training with like-minded athletes, and to have a little fun while improving at our sport.
Any inquiries should be directed to email@example.com or by visiting our website atwww.ajaxpickeringtriclub.com.
Since the spring of 2009 when the Thornhill Triathlon Club became a part of Thornhill Multisport, programs have been put together that incorporates both training and competition opportunities for Triathletes of all levels. By combining the Triathlon club with the Thornhill Masters Aquatic Club, the combined entity has been able to grow and develop programs for adult athletes to get proper coaching, and training. The club runs year around programs for all who are interested.
Under the watchful eyes of Head Coach Ian Feldman, the combined entity has worked diligently setting up a series of programs for Masters Swimmers and Triathletes as well as those who want participate in both disciplines. With Weekly workouts and club competitions Thornhill Triathlon Club has put together a comprehensive Triathlon program to meet all athletes needs. Come and train with a group of like minded people. Members rangie from Beginners to Ironman finishers. THOR Triathlon Club has it all. NEW MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!
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The NYAC Triathlon Swim Program is designed to provide a swim training regimen for adult triathletes of all levels and experience. Our focus is on stroke technique, endurance, strength, speed, and fun. Swimmers can expect to log between 2000 and 4000 meters per workout. Three 90 minute swims per week, year-round, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday early mornings in North York. Take advantage of our 50 meter pool…
The University of Toronto Triathlon Club is open to everyone. Our members’ abilities range from absolute novice to world-championship level athletes. The Club’s access to the Athletics Centre’s outstanding facilities – including an Olympic-sized pool – as well as our professional coaching staff allow us to deliver a complete training program like no other in the GTA. During the academic year, our members compete in the University Multisport Series, which include two races held at U of T. In the spring and summer, members race at local and international single-sport and triathlon races ranging from 5Ks and super-sprints to marathons and iron-distance races. For more information, please see our website atwww.uofttriathlon.com.
The Toronto Triathlon Club is a great place to meet training partners and other triathletes from the Greater Toronto Area, while also offering opportunities to challenge yourself personally and to celebrate your accomplishments in a supportive and social environment. Our mission is to develop a community of multi-sport athletes from recreational to elite who share the common purpose to:
– achieve their personal athletic goals;
– encourage individual growth and performance in the sport through mentoring and learning;
– participate in organized group training sessions consisting of professionally designed workouts; and
– socialize in a fun and congenial environment.
As a sanctioned club under the Ontario Association of Triathletes, the Toronto Triathlon Club offers an extensive variety of services to its members including:
- access to a certified triathlon coach for tips and guidance on proper training practices
- group training workouts, including group rides and open water swims (in season)
- an online calendar and links to race events, retailers and other service providers
- discounts at various retailers and service providers
- club social events to celebrate your accomplishments (and replenish some of those calories you’ll be burning)
- insurance coverage for all OAT sanctioned events (races and group workouts)
Please email with any inquiries.
The Morning Glory Cycling Club is a “collection of like-minded cyclists who love to see the sun rise. Nobody gets left behind, and shouts of encouragement are constant as we enjoy the suffering as a group.” The Club was started in 2011 and has continued to grow. As a club our goal is to promote safe, recreational cycling, as such we have three chapters in the Greater Toronto Area, one in Central Toronto, another in High Park, and a third in Oakville, with over 20 rides per week!
The Morning Glory Cycling Club recognized that our diverse membership was very interested in multisport. In 2014 Morning Glory became an official Triathlon Ontario sanctioned Club.
To learn more about Morning Glory visit us at www.mgridetoronto.com
Ryerson Rams Triathlon Club – Do you have a passion for swimming, cycling, or running? Then the Ryerson Triathlon Club is for you. This club is not an exclusive club strictly for athletes training for triathlons but includes those whom want to maintain an active lifestyle and focus on the areas they enjoy.
Club members will have the opportunity to participate in swim practices, cycling classes, and running programs that can be specifically tailored to member’s athletic needs and goals. Members will also have the opportunity to train with competitive athletes such as those training for triathlons, cycling events, varsity swimming.
The Fletcher’s Meadow Cross Trainers is a triathlon club for swimmers, runners, cyclists, triathlete, male & female, of all levels in the Brampton and surrounding area. Fletcher’s Meadow is located in North West Brampton close to the beautiful Niagara Escarpment. Created in June of 2003, our members are interested in group training to benefit their health and well being and are known for being friendly and helpful. Training for our group includes coordinating outdoor running sessions year round, road cycling spring through fall, mountain biking during fall through spring, swimming sessions year round.The Fletcher’s Meadow Cross Trainer website.
The Triathlon Club of Burlington serves multisport athletes of all ages and abilities in and around Burlington, enabling them to achieve their athletic goals in a stimulating, supportive and sociable environment. We educate and inform our members, having fun while participating in all the Burlington has to offer for training and racing, and to improve sport for all.
C3 Canadian Cross Training Club is a non-profit club connecting people of all ages with a healthy multisport lifestyle and achievable athletic goals, through a fitness level appropriate to each and coaching in a team atmosphere. Our goal is to provide opportunities for individuals of all athletic abilities to achieve improved health and personal fitness objectives.
The goal of the Durham Region Triathlon Club is to promote and develop the sport of triathlon in Durham Region. In an atmosphere of enjoyment and mutual respect, its members gather to improve their fitness and skill levels as triathletes. The club offers opportunities for safe and progressive training in swimming, cycling and running under the supervision of an experienced and certified coach. You can visit them on their website.
Markham Tri Group (MTG) was established in 2009. We are a fun bunch of people who participate in and care about the sport of triathlon in Canada. We love to train, love to race, and love to eat and talk about tri’s! – the best part of the whole thing.
Based out of Markham, Ontario the group has members from all over the GTA. Local and destination training swims, bike rides, and runs are arranged through social media. Regular social events and race day support are the two key features of the group that keep bringing everyone back and help people get through even the toughest days.
Mettle Multisport is a not-for-profit, member focused, triathlon club based in York Region. Our programs and workouts run year round, with the highlight being our affordable and well-rounded summer program. Mettle Multisport was created by a team of highly motivated and engaged individuals, the club’s goal is to provide quality athletic instruction and support in an environment that fosters positive energy, creates meaningful relationships, and allows members to achieve their goals while having tons of fun. As a Triathlon Ontario sanctioned triathlon club welcoming all levels and abilities, from beginners and youth to seasoned athletes, the club utilizes the knowledge and experience of those who are proficient at the sport of triathlon in a non-competitive environment. As a group, we join with different goals, but meld together to provide each other with a great sense of motivation and camaraderie that keeps everybody on track. Our coaches are experienced, knowledgeable, friendly and most importantly, they have fun doing what they do, which means you will too!
The LPC Triathlon Club is a Triathlon Ontario Sanctioned Club based in Guelph, and includes triathletes and runners of all ages and abilities from throughout Ontario.
Loaring Personal Coaching is the coaching provider for the LPC Triathlon Club and the LPC Hurdle Project Squad. LPC Coaches passionately provide personalized online and in-person coaching services for triathletes of all abilities.
Lions Valley Athletics is a sanctioned club with Athletics Ontario and Triathlon Ontario that provides, coaching, resources and the necessary tools to help its members reach their goals. Whether that goal is completing your first triathlon or duathlon or qualifying for a World Championship, Coach Kevin J Smith will work with you every step of the way. Member benefits include group workouts, and an opportunity to be a part of a supportive and inclusive training environment conducive to success! We are part of the Sport for Life Movement while also promoting injury prevention and healthy balanced lifestyles so that you can enjoy every step of your athletic endeavors. Email email@example.com, or visit our site http://www.
Hamilton and Niagara Area
The TrYForce Niagara Triathlon Club is a supportive community of multi-sport athletes of all ages and abilities. The focus of the club is to help our members enjoy the sport, keep fit and reach goals. We are a sanctioned Triathlon Ontario club with qualified NCCP coaches who help all members to improve while enjoying the group training environment. The club trains outdoors from April to October with rides, runs, bricks and open water swims and then moves indoors to various facilities in the winter. We encourage all our members to train, race, relay, cheer, volunteer and enjoy the environment and social atmosphere. Please visit us atwww.tryforce.ca for more information.
The Hamilton Hammerheads Athletic Club is a training group for young multi-sport athletes with deep roots in the Golden Horseshoe. The Hammerhead program strives to instill the principles of self discipline, self esteem, and the setting and pursuit of goals, all while providing opportunities to forge lasting friendships and have a whale of a good time in the process. The result is a group of fantastic kids who excel not just on the race course, but in everything they do. Training is flexible and members are welcome to participate at the level of their choice. A variety of swimming, cycling and running workouts are offered 6 days a week at locations in and around Hamilton. Come on out. We’d love to meet you!
BLAST Triathlon Club is based in Dundas and has been offering coaching support for over 10 years to adult athletes of all levels and abilities. BLAST members meet as a group once a week (year-round) at various locations in Dundas, Ancaster, or West Hamilton for a structured workout (run or bike-run) led by certified NCCP triathlon coaches. During the off-season, the club organizes indoor training such as cycling and swimming at an additional cost. BLAST is a club that works hard during training but also recognizes the importance of having fun in the sport. To find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website www.blasttriclub.ca.
The newly formed Grimsby Gators Triathlon/Duathlon Club announces an open invitation for everyone from true beginner to veteran elite to come and take part in group training sessions designed to challenge everyone and let them work at the right level of intensity for their personal program with a structured, coached workout in a fun and social atmosphere. General membership is open and free and the club is growing quickly. For details contact Jeff Tweedy
Balance Point Triathlon is triathlon club located in London, Ontario. We welcome athletes of all ages and ability levels. Current athletes range from age group World Championship qualifiers, Ironman and Half Ironman athletes, Olympic distance and Sprint athletes to beginner triathletes working towards their first triathlons. The club is built around the philosopy triathlon success reaquires a special balance between sport science and sport psychology. Group workouts are geared toward the group as whole as well as towards individual goals.
The UWO Triathlon Club was established in 1992. A group of triathletes of abilities ranging from novice to elite national level athletes began by organizing a seminar on campus with the National Team coach. The goal was to provide an environment where athletes could learn training principles to complete their first triathlon, or improve their performances for National Level competitions. Since that time the club has grown to include students and non-students and includes National Team Age Group winners, Ironman athletes and novices in a friendly training environment.
Fighting Koalas – Kitchener.
Are you looking for a new challenge? Are you looking to train with other like-minded athletes? Are you just looking to get into shape? Then look no further! KW Koalas triathlon club is an organized triathlon training and racing club for adults training for their first try-a-tri, adults competing in sprints, Olympic and 70.3 distance events, and adults needing a training plan for an Ironman! We also have a training program in place for children wanting to do the Kids of Steel program (8-13) and junior aged triathletes (14-18)! Contact: Robert Harriman by email rhare756 at rogers.com
The Windsor Triathlon Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing together multisport athletes in the Windsor-Essex County area who share the common goal of a healthy, happy lifestyle.
From beginner to seasoned veteran we provide the opportunity to network/train and learn the multisport lifestyle through the experience of our growing membership and mentoring from our Fully Trained Coaches.
Tri4Life is a London, Ontario triathlon/swim/bike/run sports club founded to bring like-minded people together. Our goal is to provide a supportive and stimulating environment for training and a social venue for athletes and their families. Our objective is to promote fitness as a life style, educate and encourage members to pursue their athletic potential and to have fun reaching their goals. Please visit their website.
The University of Waterloo Triathlon Club promotes healthy, active living through the sport of triathlon. The club is about the spirit of participating, showing you the ropes and allowing you to reach your own personal athletic goals. All levels of athletes are welcome as long as they are UW students, faculty, staff, or alumni. The club is here to motivate and help each other reach the next level. For more information about our club, please email at email@example.com or visit http://clubs.uwaterloo.ca/
The Cambridge Multisport Club (CMC) was founded in the winter of 2010 and is a multisport club for adult men and women of all abilities to serve the Cambridge area. We are striving to create an atmosphere conducive to the benefits of group training and to introduce new athletes to the sports of triathlon and duathlon, providing challenging training opportunities for seasoned athletes and a welcoming social network for all members alike are also priorities for the CMC. Over the course of each year the club plans to run many training events such as weekly Time Trials and a number of Mega Training Days. Group training includes outdoor running year round, road cycling spring through fall, indoor spin training during the winter and swimming sessions year round. Most importantly, the Cambridge Multisport Club is about having FUN! For more Information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at www.cambridgemultisport.ca
Guelph Triathlon Club – Located in Canada’s most popular triathlon city, GTC provides a fun and encouraging environment for triathletes & multisport athletes of all levels, beginner to elite to achieve their personal athletic goals and aspirations. Guelph is home to hundreds of kilometers of running trails and country roads that are perfect for running and biking. There are also numerous pools, including Victor Davis and the University of Guelph. And of course there is Guelph Lake…for more information, please email@example.com or visit us at www.guelphtriathlonclub.ca
Add Activity Triathlon Club, Add Activity Welcomes Athletes of all Ages and Abilities. No experience is needed. Training programs for Beginners and Recreational Athletes are ready to go! Elite Athletes can request Training Programs to help them reach their goals. Add Activity provides the Best Coaching and training information for our club members by providing 6 Group Training Sessions each week. Coaches provide Visual Coaching and have face to face communication with each athlete. Add Activity believes this is the best way to help you improve your technique. Remember: Practise makes permanent. Visual coaching can give you that edge you are looking for! Training for a Triathlon in a group environment is much safer and a lot more fun then training alone. Add Activity Triathlon Club provides Visual Coaching & Technical Correction, Training Information & Tips (Nutrition, Injury Prevention), Motivation, Group Support, Pre-planned Cycling & Running Routes, Guest Speakers, Monthly Draws and Fun Organized Training Sessions. Training Groups will target specific races from the Try a Tri distance to the infamous Half Ironman.For more information on this Club go to www.addactivity.ca
(WMC) is a non-profit organization and a proud division of the Waterloo Cycling Club (WCC). The WMC is designed to provide a supportive environment for multi-sport athletes of all levels, with the goal of helping every athlete to enjoy multi-sport activities and improve their performance. You can email them or visit their website.
Champion Bicycle Multisport Club – London Ontario based Champion Bicycle Multi Sport Club’s objective is to increase awareness and recognition for multi sport events thereby increasing popularity of triathlon and Duathlon in London and surrounding area. For the 2005 season Champion Bicycle Multi Sport Club has initiated an organized training group. The training group will ride together twice per week and is geared towards beginner to intermediate multisport cyclists looking for some organized training, coaching, friendship and camaraderie. Membership also includes an annual OAT membership for a reduced rate. For details surf over to www.cbss.ca and “train like a Champion”!!
The Kincardine Triathlon Club is made up of members who compete and train at a variety of levels and distances. We have every type of athlete from those who are just starting out in Triathlon to those who have done many Ironman races. The club offers regular training sessions all year long. These take the form of Sunday morning group runs, spring/summer track workouts as well as regular group rides and swims. All of our training sessions have a heavy focus on having fun while we try and improve ourselves at the sport that we love. The club also has within its membership certified triathlon coaches to oversee these workouts. Members have enjoyed incredible success in the last few years sending several triathletes to Age Group World Championship and Ironman races around the world.
Kincardine Ontario is located on the shores of Lake Huron. It is a virtual triathlon training heaven. The town has at its disposal, miles of quiet roads for cycling, the area’s best running track, a 25m indoor pool and a variety of scenic running options from lakeside to wooded trail routes.
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The Saugeen Triathlon Club started in 2008. The Club’s goals are to provide our athletes of all abilities with an organized venue to train and practice triathlon skills.
Most importantly our goal is to have FUN! New Members are encouraged to participate at their personal levels with the option of guidance by a more experienced Club â€œBuddyâ€? and coaches. We serve the central area of Grey & Bruce Counties, and have members from Mount Forest, Durham, Hanover, Elmwood and Walkertonâ€¦ so there is sure to be a â€œBuddyâ€? near you! The Saugeen Triathlon Club is an OAT (Ontario Association of Triathletes) sanctioned Club. All Club members MUST be members of OAT. The OAT fee is included in the Club Membership fees. Our membership spans the entire spectrum from Newbies to Ironman. Our club believes that you can always learn and improve your triathlon skills. Our organized Triathlon Clinics include: Group Track Workouts, Running, Open Water & Pool Swims and Cycling directed by one of our â€œClub Coachesâ€? in one of the best and safest outdoor training areas in the province. For more information please visit http://saugeentriclub.com
Central Ontario & North
TriMuskoka triathlon club located in Huntsville is a passionate group of triathletes who love the sport! We have beginners who are this year doing their first tri-a-tri, intermediates, and those who have and continue to do Ironman distances. Our mantra is Train, Race, and Relax! With scheduled workouts for all levels, great coaches, and fantastic scenery, we are a great choice if you’re looking for a club to join or visit while cottaging in Muskoka. Join us for a workout and check us out at www.trimuskoka.com
Become a Nacho today! We are an active triathlon club with chapters in Parry Sound, Muskoka, Sudbury and Toronto. We love to race but we make sure that we have fun doing it. Check us out on the web: www.nachoaverage.ca Our first event is our club triathlon on May 15th, 2011 in McKellar, Ontario.
The Midland Triathlon/duathlon Club is run through the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka-Midland YMCA from Oct 2003 to July 2004. The goal of the club is to compete in the Midland Triathlon (July 11, 2004). Club members range in abilities from those new to the sport to members competing in numerous Ironman events and even the Worlds. Members range from youth to seniors. The club is open to everyone! The members meet weekly for workouts, and bi-monthly for technical, tactical and information sessions. Education is the key to safe fitness! We event have a social committee that plans outing every few months. i.e. snowshoeing. The Midland Triathlon club is all about a positive, healthy multisport experience!
The Runners Life Multisport Club – Runner’s Life Multisport (RLM) is a Kawartha based club offering workouts and races to it’s members in a variety of sports such as running, cycling, swimming and skiing.
The Cornwall Multisport Club – The Cornwall Multisport Club is a running and triathlon club located in Eastern Ontario. The purpose of the Cornwall Multisport Club is to get more people from Cornwall and the Seaway Valley to participate in physical activities. Our members may be serious at times in their efforts at training but we emphasize having fun, making new friends who share common interests and motivating each other to do well. Being a member of the club gives you many benefits from discounts at stores and restaurants to training with experienced athletes and training partners. Another benefit is meeting new people and getting together for social events.
The Ottawa Triathlon Club – The Ottawa Triathlon Club is a recreational organization dedicated to helping it’s members make triathlon training a fun part of a healthy lifestyle. The club’s growing range of programs not only help participants to prepare for participation in the sport of triathlon, it keeps them in shape and motivated year round. Variety is the key to physical fitness – change what you do and not only will your body develop quicker, you’ll stay motivated too. The programs change with the season, some indoors, some outdoors, and cover a wide range of physical activities. We even have our own clubhouse featuring state of the art Lemond Revmaster indoor bikes.
Quinte Multisport Club – Founded in January 2003 we are small right now. There are already top triathletes in the club and many age group winners. The OAT Ontario Long Course Masters Champion is also a member.
New York State
The Buffalo Triathlon Club (BTC) is dedicated to multisport athletes of all ages and athletic abilities. Our mission is to give access to a network of people who can provide information, encouragement, training opportunities, and education in an effort to promote healthy, active lifestyles in a friendly and supportive environment.
The Buffalo Triathlon Club (BTC) was founded in Buffalo, NY in January of 1997, and has been growing ever since. By 2011 we had more than 400 members of various athletic abilities and levels. The club membership interests represent full & half Ironman, Olympic, Sprint, Duathlon racing and training, as well as members who just enjoy swimming, biking, or running and everything in between.
The goal of the BTC is to promote multisports (triathlon, duathlon, etc), and bring people together for training, racing, and fun! Whether you are a veteran of many races, or someone who is just thinking about trying one, this club is for you! The BTC is open to anyone wishing to join and abide by our club by-laws. We have members of all ages and skill levels, and advanced club members are always eager to help out those that are new to the sport. The BTC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and contributes generously to various charities throughout the year.