Thank you to everyone who attended the 2014 Muskoka TriSummit.  It truly was a conference for endurance athletes, by endurance athletes.  From novices to experienced athletes, everyone walked away with skills and information to set a new PB in 2014.

The scheduled date is May 8th to 10th, 2015.

Please keep in touch with us through social media or our Muskoka TriSummit email list so that you know more about the 2015 event and all the details about it as they are released!

Sneak Peek at the 2015 Muskoka TriSummit

The 2015 focus will be "Race Ready" and will feature two streams: one for novices and one for experienced triathletes. That being said, you aren't bound by any one stream; you can move between streams which is beneficial if your level of experience varies (for example you may be an experienced runner but a novice swimmer).

Yes, there will be clinics and seminars that will be informative and beneficial to those who are experienced in the sport.  In addition, based on feedback from the 2014 TriSummit, we are going to help novices and those who are new to the sport learn a little more to literally bring them up to speed.

We are working hard to put together a fabulous lineup of speakers who will provide valuable information which will help you improve your knowledge and skills with respect to endurance sports training and racing

What did you miss at the 2014 Muskoka TriSummit?

Matt Fitzgerald did three great keynote talks on Brain Training, Racing Weight and Running Free.  Former Canadian Olympic coach Mark Fellner really broke things down in the water with respect to flexibility and freestyle stroke mechanics.  Professional triathlete and Registered Dietician Brooke Brown gave sage advice on Hydration and Race Day Nutrition.  Professional Triathlete and Pedorthist Ryan Grant lectured us on Running Mechanics and Injuries in Running.  All of these great speakers then worked with us in small groups to provide hands on technique help in all three disciplines along with strength training advice.

In the mornings, we had intense and quality workouts in swimming, biking, and running.  And we cannot forget about the great dinner and social evening on Saturday night.

This is a "I Cannot Possibly Miss This" event.  Tell your friends and fellow triathlon enthusiasts...novices to experienced...everyone will go away stronger.  Faster.  Smarter.


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Hands On Clinics

The TriSummit features clinics with low coach to athlete ratios to ensure that athletes get the attention they deserve to learn as much as they can from the professional coaches and athletes

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Educational Seminars

With years of experience and training, our speakers will provide up to date practical information to athletes so that training efforts are based on science and evidence rather than a trial and error method 

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