MultiSport Canada NEWS
July 2017
Join us at the 34th K-Town Triathlon

Our season opened at  #MSCWelland with our biggest Rose City weekend ever, and continued this past weekend at the sold out #MSCGravenhurst.

Up next is the 34th K-Town triathlon, we invite you to join us for this classic must-do Ontario event.

In This Issue
Ambassador's Corner: Training Tips & Race Reports

Our MultiSport Canada Ambassador Athletes help us grow our fabulous sport and provide encouragement and support to our entire multisport community.

If you are on Facebook, we invite you to join the MultiSport Canada Triathlon & Duathlon Community. Members of the Team will be available to offer course, tips, training advice, and help you have the best possible training and racing experience.

On our Ambassador Corner page, athletes provide a variety of helpful and interesting Training Tips and Race Reports to learn from. Here are the featured pieces for this issue:

Don't Forget to Have Fun by Daniel Clarke

Bike Maintenance Tips  by Matt Strattman 

It will be OSSsome at the 2017 Ossington Criterium!

The Ossington Criterium returns to the streets of Toronto on Saturday, July 22nd. The Ossington BIA, in cooperation with race producers MultiSport Canada, are pleased to be putting on what will be an, OSSsome day of bike racing.

The race route/course will be a rectangular 1K circuit, that racers will do multiple times. For spectators, you can't get any closer to see the excitement and speed of a bike race than at a Criterium - often shorted to simply, "Crit."

There will be categories of races for all levels of cyclists, including a Fixed Gear category. The first race will be at 7:30am, and the featured races, for Elite Women and Elite men starting at 11:35am and 12:30pm respectively. Awards will be at 2:30pm and then it's time for the amazing Ossington Street Festival. View the Technical Guide.

Come out and race and/or spectate and cheer the racers on and then stay for the Ossington Street Festival!
The F2C On Course Training Pack

F2C Nutrition is a Canadian owned sports nutrition brand. F2C Nutrition offers a wide range of products to support general health, training, endurance activities and recovery. Athlete focused and science driven, our products are all natural, non GMO, gluten free, soy free and preservative free. Using high quality ingredients like Canadian grass fed whey, our products are all certified banned substance free. Proudly made in Canada!

Use code MSC15 to purchase the On Course Training Pack for 15% off and receive a free t-shirt and two F2C water bottles.
Free Martin's Apple Chips

Order your Crispy Apple Chips today and get free chips with your online purchase.

Dodging the Draft?

How much does drafting really affect your bike?
STAC Performance's CEO Andrew Buckrell tackles this question in STAC's latest writeup in Triathlon Magazine. Stop by the STAC booth at your next MSC race for deals on the new 2017 STAC Zero bike trainer and enter the Watts your Guess competition.        

Stop by the STAC booth to check out the Virtual Wind Tunnel and win a brand new STAC Zero bike trainer in the Watts your Guess competition!
Rudy Project Deals & Steals:
50% off helmets, 40% off Sunnies
Add 'VS' to the number on your arm.
Do your personal best in this triathlon: fundraise for SickKids.

Turn your MultiSport Canada Toronto Island Triathlon into a fundraiser for SickKids.

When you participate on behalf of SickKids, it's you VS the greatest challenges in child health. You'll be helping SickKids take advantage of huge advances in regenerative medicine, robotics, and genetics to win against the toughest diseases that affect kids - like cancer, heart disease, and cystic fibrosis. Get some numbers in the fundraising column, and get your number on your arm, by registering to fundraise for SickKids here.
Gilda's Club & the Bracebridge Triathlon Weekend

Gilda's Club Simcoe Muskoka is privileged to be partnering with MultiSport Canada and the many skilled athletes across our region at this year's Bracebridge Triathlon, all in an effort to help us raise awareness about our cancer support Program.

G ilda's Club does not receive any government funding, so community support and events like the Bracebridge Triathlon is vital to ensuring that our program remains FREE of charge so that no one faces cancer alone in your community.

Rev3 Niagara Falls Barrelman

Haven't signed up yet? Watch this and then register today! Or if you know of anyone who might enjoy the race, please share.