Adult Races

Standard + Standard Relay

Swim 1.5k, Bike 37.2km, Run 10km  –  Sunday, August 19

The Standard Distance race will be the host of the 2018 & 2019 Triathlon Canada National Standard Championships. Athletes from across the country will race to be crowned the National Championships.

The top 3 athletes in each age group category will earn a highly sought-after spots to represent Canada at the 2019 ITU Triathlon Grand Finale in Lausanne, Switzerland.

With a new bike course for 2018, this course will both challenge and inspire athletes to be their best. Lined with spectators and marshals, the standard course will put a smile on every racer’s face! The run follows the shoreline of Lake Okanagan and is flat and spectator friendly.

2018 Course Maps are now available here.

RELAY: The Standard distance race can be done in a relay with a total of 3 people racing (one swimmer, one cyclist, one runner) or 2 people racing (one person does two disciplines). The distances remain the same. There are different categories to compete in (Open Male, Open Female, Open Mixed and Family).

Sprint

Swim 750m, Bike 18.6km, Run 5km  –  Sunday, August 19

The Sprint Distance race will also be the host of the 2018 & 2019 Triathlon Canada National Sprint Championships. Athletes from across the country will race to be crowned the National Championships.

The top 3 athletes in each age group category will earn a highly sought-after spots to represent Canada at the 2019 ITU Triathlon Grand Finale in Lausanne, Switzerland.

A shorter version of the Standard race with half the distance in each discipline. This non-drafting race is a great start for new triathletes or a hard and fast effort for seasoned short-distance athletes.

2018 Course Maps are now available here

Try-a-Tri

Swim 300m, Bike 10km, Run 3km  –  Saturday, August 18

Many people have commented that they would like to try a triathlon but were nervous about the swim. We have a solution. It’s called our Super Sprint Try-a-Tri. An amazing high octane training sessions for all triathletes but also a great way to Try-a-Tri for those who are after a short distance to test the waters with a short 300m swim (12 lengths of a 25m. pool) in warm and calm Lake Okanagan.

Paratriathletes

Sprint Distance  –  Sunday, August 19

We will have a separate wave for Paratriathletes to race in the National Championships on Sunday, August 19th. If you have any specific needs or if we can assist in any way prior to race day please let us know using the CONTACT form.

Kids & Youth Races

Youth/Junior/U23 Draft Legal

Swim 300m, Bike 10km, Run 3km  –  Saturday, August 18

The Apple Triathlon is proud to be part of Project 2024 Draft Legal SuperSeries. Triathlon BC has designated four events as part of the 2018 Youth & Junior SuperSeries.  Internally known as Project 2024, the umbrella theme of the Series is to produce athletes capable of major national and international podiums by the year 2024.

2018 SuperSeries Event Calendar:

For more information visit TriBC’s Youth + Junior Series page HERE.

 Youth

The Youth races is open for athletes aged 13 – 15 as of December 31st, 2018.

Juniors

The Junior race is open to athletes aged 16 – 19 as of December 31st, 2018.

8 – 15 Years

8 & 9 yrs  |  Swim 100m, Bike 5km, Run 1km
10 & 11 yrs  |  Swim 200m, Bike 5km, Run 2km
12 & 13 yrs  |  Swim 300m, Bike 10km, Run 3km
14 & 15 yrs  |  Swim 300m, Bike 10km, Run 3km

All Saturday, August 18, 2018

Please not that some of the longer race distances have been changed. These now reflect the same Super Sprint distances raced by the Youth and Juniors.

( * Kids ages 16 – 19 yrs are able to race in the Sprint Distance race on Sunday in the 16-19 yr old Age Group)

Kids triathlons are meant to offer kids and young adults the opportunity to experience the sport of triathlon in a positive environment. The distances are much shorter than those in adult triathlons, and change as participants mature. Most kids are fit enough to finish a Kids Triathlon successfully and have fun at the same time.

Review the KOS RULES here.

ITU CAMTRI Continental Cup

The CAMTRI Continental Cup will consist of two races; heats of the Super Sprint Distance on Saturday, followed by the Sprint Distance Final on Sunday.

Elite athletes from North, South and Central America will compete over two days to earn valuable ITU points which will allow them to qualify for events like the World Championships.

Canadian Athletes – Triathlon Canada has released the following documents which outlines the Pathway To Elite National Championships along with information regarding the Expression of Interest (EOI) Submission. Detailed information can be found here.

International Athletes – Please contact your National Federation regarding qualification information. For information regarding accommodation or travel, please contact us at appletriathlon@gmail.com.