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  • Riding Mountain Triathlon
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    The experienced Clear Lake Crew is ready to check you in anytime Friday from 4:30 to 8:00pm

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    Friday Check-in is also the time to survey the course and get answers to any last minute questions you may have.

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    The best part about Friday Check-in – meeting friends and trading the summer's Triathlon adventures.

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    The most scenic triathlon in Manitoba begins with a gorgeous transition zone!

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    The transition zone opens at 6:30am and fills up quickly.

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    The Clear Lake Crew is ready to body mark from 6:30 until 8:10am.

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    Anticipation builds as we approach the 9:00am start time.

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    Athletes are marshaled to the beach corral before the start of each event.

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    Clear Lake is a spring feed lake with an average race day temperature of 19c. Wetsuits are recommended.

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    The Olympic distance athletes complete a two lap route while the Sprint distance athletes go around the buoys once.

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    Exiting the swim you are only steps away from the transition zone.

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    Cheering spectators greet you as you exit the water and head for your bike.

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    With the swim done it is on to your bike.

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    Transition 1 – a quick change, un-rack the bike and you're off.

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    The clearly marked exit will lead you out to the bike-mount line.

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    Mount your bike and the next stage of the race begins.

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    Spectators will cheer you on as you start the short ride up Columbine to the highway, for the out and back course.

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    RMTri is considered one of the most scenic races on the prairies.

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    Both the Olympic and Sprint participants pass the lake and embark on the first climb of the day.

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    The RMTri bike course captures the beauty of the Riding Mountain National Park's Boreal Forest.

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    Frequent sightings of deer, moose and bears are not uncommon out on the course.

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    Heading back to transition.

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    Upon returning to the town sight riders prepare to dismount in front of enthusiastic spectators.

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    Once dismounted you head in for Transition 2.

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    Transition 2 – rack your bike, drop your helmet and grab your shoes.

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    You pass through the first aid station as you head out on the run.

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    The RMTri run is a scenic course that winds through a gorgeous lakeshore trail and historic cottage country.

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    After turning onto Columbine you are steps away from the Finish Line.

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    RMTri's race announcer Chris Kitchen announces your arrival to the cheers of family and friends.

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    Whether you are a competitive high performance athlete... or...

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    ...an enthusiastic age grouper, the sense of accomplishment will be the same when you cross the finish line.

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    RMTri is a popular destination race for Triathlon clubs in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

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    Food has often been called the 4th event for Triathletes.

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    Along with food, post race is a time to socialize and swap tails of your race.

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    RMTri comes to an end with awards and prizes given out at the Park Theater, the largest log cabin theater in North America.

to the Riding Mountain Triathlon, one of the most scenic tri courses on the prairies. Riding Mountain National Park plays host to the largest multi-sport event in Manitoba/Saskatchewan. Come for a few days or better yet make it a vacation. Our Park has lots of places to stay ranging from the simplicity of tenting all the way through to luxury cabins. So make plans to join us this year, we know you will be pleasantly surprised.

RMTri Back For 2017

January 27th, 2017

After a year off, Deb and I are very excited to announce the return of the Riding Mountain Triathlon. The 2017 edition, the 31st, of this race will be held on Saturday, August 19th.

During the race’s hiatus, Parks Canada has been busy conducting major work on the No. 10 Highway through the Park. The fall of 2015 and 2016 saw a 27 kilometer section rebuilt. Most of this section has also been re-paved. Due to the poor weather last fall, some of the re-paving was not finished. This will be completed by early to mid June of this year. This section, starting at the main South Gate entrance continuing to the Grayling Lake turnoff, encompasses the full Olympic and Sprint Tri course.

This summer athletes will be cycling on one of the finest and most scenic triathlon courses on the prairies.

Riding Mountain Half Marathon

January 27th, 2017

RMNP is truly a paradise for runners. With beautiful lakeshore runs, scenic trails and a historical town site, it offers a unique running experience for any level of runner. A couple of years ago Canadian Running magazine included Riding Mountain National Park along side Banff, Jasper and BC’s Pacific Rim National Park as the best National Parks to run in.

For Deb and I encouraging triathletes to discover this beauty has always been a major motivation for organizing the triathlon. Over the past few years we have discussed the idea of offering that discovery to the running community. With this in mind we are pleased to announce this September RMNP will host the first annual Riding Mountain National Park Half Marathon.

Sunday, September 17 is the date for this inaugural event. If you have never visited the Park in the fall you are missing one of nature’s most stunning gifts.

We are confident in guaranteeing that you will not experience a moment of boredom on the course we have developed. Starting off in the historic town site, through the fully paved campgrounds then off into the park itself, passing many historical landmarks such as the golf course, wishing well, Deep Bay and the lakeshore trail. Ending with a final run through cabin country.

More information on this race will be sent out throughout the spring and summer.

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