Race Results

Race results can be found on https://www.sportstats.ca or via the links below:

Kids of Steel 6 & 7
Kids of Steel 8-11
Kids of Steel 12 – 15
Age Group results
Age Group relays
Draft Legal Youth
Draft Legal Junior
Draft Legal U23



Swim course change for 2019

In 2019 we are making a change to our swim course to improve athlete experience and mitigate some time pressure we face with respect to road closures.

This year our swim course will be reduced in length to 444 metres, down from the 740 metres in previous years. The swim process will remain very much the same as past years except the pool will have 6 lanes (up from 5) and you will complete only one loop.

More details including an updated map and instructions will be posted in the coming weeks.



2019 Race Sponsors

Jim Pattison Subaru Northshore
Presenting sponsor of the North Shore Triathlon
Pacific Spirit Investment
Official financial advisor of the North Shore Triatlon
Moveo Sport and Rehabilitation Centre
Official sport and rehabilitation centre of the North Shore Triathlon
Forerunners
Official run course sponsor of the North Shore Triatlon

Health and Wellness partner of the North Shore Triathlon


Celebrating how we give back!

For almost 30 years the North Shore Triathlon has been proud to support the local community with proceeds from the race. Over the years we have donated over $210,000 to local organizations and this would not be possible without the generous and loyal support of our sponsors, volunteers and athletes!

In 2015 we created the Rob Leviton Memorial bursary to recognize outstanding students who are committed to continued education. We have now awarded a total of 7 bursaries to dynamic students who exemplify community stewardship, complimented by strong athletic and academic achievement.

2019
Chelsea Bradshaw & Grace Milley

2018
Ryan Baker & Jahaan Somani

2017
Ashley Bradshaw & Melina Stokes

2016
Mikaela Kautzky & Mehrdad Esmaeili

2015
Nick Bailey, Kendra Finch & Rowan Doherty

Looking forward we hope you will continue to be a part of our legacy.