ClubsWe believe in supporting our local swim, run, bicycle, multisport, and triathlon clubs. Clubs are the grassroots of multisport in Ontario, and the reason we have a race.
Stroke & Stride Club Partner program provides discounted race entries for members of our club partners. Clubs can also arrange for pre-race packet pick-up.
For club partners who don’t use CCN registration, check with your club executive for your club’s coupon code. For club partners who use CCN registration, simply register for any race – CCN will automatically track your memberships and apply your discounts.
Club PartnersCheck the list below for our current club partners.
Our purpose is to connect the Guelph community of cyclists in a social yet competitive environment to strengthen the community and promote fitness. We also aim to support the aspirations of competitive cyclists and triathletes.
The Crimps Cycling Club is a not-for-profit organization. The club was founded in 2014 by a group of overly competitive friends.
We have members of every age and ability level and participate in a wide variety of multisport events, from open group rides to organized clinics, to race events like the DZ Random Relay.
DZ Multisport members receive a great package of benefits including discounts on DZ events, participation in interclub competitions and some nifty DZ swag.
Come out and join us!
Together, we provide advice, information and guidance on recreational and competitive open water swimming and triathlon where athletes experience positive life changing adventures while working towards their athletic goals.
The Fighting Koalas was created by Mat Reid in 2008. The team has since grown to include teams in Burlington, Edmonton, Milton, Niagara, and Kitchener-Waterloo.
The concept behind the Koalas is to give each athlete the tools and knowledge to achieve personal bests in the sport, while creating a social atmosphere for the athletes to build relationships with likeminded individuals around the community.
Our coaches are dedicated in sharing their passion for the sport and teaching skills that help athletes accomplish their goals.
There is a wide variety of levels within the group, from some participating in Kids of Steel, Junior Elite Draft legal to non-draft age group. The athletes bring a broad spectrum of ability, workouts are created so that all athletes can participate and challenge themselves in a unique setting.
The main goal of this team is to keep a fun environment and learn essential skills that developing athletes will not only apply to triathlon but everyday life.
We learn solid technical skills, training methods and terms, dedication, hard work and goal setting. We develop a large fitness base including flexibility, strength, speed, aerobic conditioning and balance.
Swimmers reach high levels of achievement based on their determination, proficiency and longevity in the sport. Our athletes develop self esteem and confidence as their level of performance increases. Our coaches help the athletes on the path to their goals.
Learn-to-Swim swim school offers great introductory program
Contact [email protected] for more info.
Competition provides high-profile opportunities to showcase Canada’s lifeguards, and to promote public awareness of Canada’s drowning and water-related injury prevention aims.
The Guelph Marlins Lifesaving Club offer skills training with specialized equipment necessary in dealing with pool and mock open-water emergencies.
Junior Lifeguard Games, designed for “serious fun,” capitulate a season of training. Provincial/territorial and national championships are available to showcase the skills of our lifeguards and national lifesaving teams represent Canada in international competitions.
The Guelph Marlins competitive lifesaving program is offered during the spring and summer months.
If you are a junior, senior, or a master competitor who enjoys swimming, boarding, running on the beach, beach flags, etc then join us!
We support all our members, at every level, to train and compete in triathlon competitions. We are committed to continuous self-improvement, our community of triathletes and to each other.
Founded in 1999 by Mat Reid, the Hamilton Hammerheads is a team that aspires to help young and old athletes reach their goals in Triathlon.
The team trains and grows alongside the Fighting Koalas Triathlon Team, based in Waterdown, ON. With multiple practices offered six days a week every week, the team works to the individual needs of the athlete’s schedule.
We believe in an evidence-based training plans, having a fun team atmosphere, grit and hardwork, and that anybody can be benefit from pushing to be better.
The Iron Canucks provide support and development to triathletes/duathletes of all levels from beginners to veteran Ironman finishers.
We have an average of 60 active members on this very enthusiastic team. We train and support one another throughout the year.
Our Coaches, Team Leaders and Race Captains organize training and social events to give athletes the opportunity to meet new friends and training partners in addition to providing sport specific support.
There are many organized events during the year and at many races you will see our Iron Canucks cheer squad supporting their fellow team mates. You cannot miss us on race day, equipped with bells and inspiring signs. Iron Canucks are always having fun!
We are always pleased to welcome new members at any time – experience life-changing fun and friendship, and of course, as you will soon catch on, “socializing to follow.”
The “LOST Race” is also founding member of the Global Swim Series, which is the largest swim series in the world with over 100 open water races in 29 countries.
LOST is a friendly and inclusive group that swims in one of the best open water locations found anywhere. LOSTies include several Olympians, countless Ironman and shorter distance triathletes, including several triathletes that have competed at the Ironman World Championships, numerous marathon swimmers, including swimmers who have swum Lake Ontario, the English Channel, Around Manhattan, lots of Masters swimmers… but equally important is that most LOSTies are simply regular people, from 16 to 82 years old, that love open water swimming and want to enjoy it with a bunch of other friendly and enthusiastic swimmers!
Loaring Personal Coaching is the coaching provider for the LPC Triathlon Club and the LPC Hurdle Project Team. LPC Coaches passionately provide personalized online and in-person coaching services for triathletes and runners of all abilities.
The LPC Hurdle Project is a not-for-profit fundraiser and support program for elite athletes, future elites, and young professionals who dedicate themselves to their work/studies as well as their sport.
The primary objective of the Hurdle Project is to help support, develop and recognize these aspiring athletes by providing them with:
-fully personalized in-person and web-based coaching that is dedicated to harvesting each athlete’s potential.
-discounted and free-of-charge services, product, and equipment.
-healthy and encouraging team culture where individual and team successes are celebrated by all.
We are a not-for-profit Club serving the North York area for over 60 years, with over 800 members.
NYAC offers a number of programs to the North Toronto community. Our Waves program is for the developing competitive athlete aged 6-17. Our competitive swim program offers training and competitions for swimmers aged 6-18. Our tri swim/master swim programs serve the 18+ athletes. We also offer summer swim camps including and a new Aquathon Camp for athletes aged 6-17.
For more information see our website at www.nyacswimming.ca or visit our Facebook (NYAC Swimming) and Instagram @nyac_toronto.
Our Head Coach, Hélène Desrosiers of HD Endurance Coaching is Ironman University certified, as well as being a highly accomplished triathlete having qualified and competed in the ITU, Ironman 70.3 and Ironman World Championships on multiple occasions. She is a 2016 and 2017 Overall Gold All World Athlete and a 10x Boston Marathon finisher. She is supported by two NCCP Certified Coaches and experienced triathlon geeks Christine Cassey and Laurence Hanly.
Check us out at www.so-tri.ca
The club was formed in 2013 with the focus of creating a unique triathlon training environment for parents and kids to train together/same location, while maintaining a social & fun training option for athletes.
Whether you are a beginner or expert, want to be fit, become an Ironman or anything in between – Tornado Triathlon is the place to be.
TriChicks is a Women’s only Triathlon Team training in Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Stoney Creek and Grimsby, giving women access to professional coaching all year long.
During the months of April to August our focus is outdoor triathlon training 3 times per week (with certified Coaches) in a relaxed, non-intimidating environment. We welcome all fitness levels to join us.
Forever Friendships are formed with our common goal to keep fit, challenge ourselves and learn new skills!
Tri-Hart is located in Hamilton/Niagara Region for those who like to train with a team, as well as serving athletes from around Southern Ontario and throughout North America through online coaching.
In 2017, Tri-Hart won the Ontario Provincial Triathlon Championships for small team. Our team consists of athletes from beginner to elite, we help each athlete meet their individual fitness goals whether that is fitness for life or winning their age group at Ironman.
We welcome athletes of all abilities from experienced triathletes to those new to the sport.
The club operates year round, offering professionally coached swim and run workouts and member-led bike/spin workouts. Visit uofttriathlon.com for the full training schedule and how to join the club.
We are men and women of many ages, from 20s to 60s. Our summer workouts are Tuesdays at 6:00 and 6:45 PM at the track located inside the University of Guelph’s Alumni Stadium.