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2020 is going to keep us all training and enjoying Mother Nature with our family and friends. We might not host our event this year, but hold tight, because 2021 will be EPIC!
Cheers! Stay fit and fun!
Janene and Heather
The answers you need for race day
Join us for the 2nd Kapâwinihk Wilderness Triathlon.
What is Kapâwinihk ? - Kapâwinihk is Cree for Athabasca Landing.
The race will start at the Athabasca River Front, you will also be travelling down the Athabasca River. During this time you will be on two different treaty lands: Treaty 6 and Treaty 8. The race is named to show our respect and thank you to the Indigenous people.
What is the race?
This is a multi-sport race, that can be done as a solo or a team of two or three.
A trail run down the Athabasca Landing Trail. This is an in-out leg, the terrain is pavement (small amount to get to the trail), hard-packed, sand and grass. You run along a creek most of the time.
Mountain bike ride in the Muskeg Creek trails. This ride is fun! If you are looking for a challenge, the climbs are there for you, if you are looking for fun, the downhills will have your hair blowing in the wind.
Paddle down the Athabasca River. This is where you have the choice to push your hardest and race or enjoy the ride.
** Cut off times will be posted as soon as trail mapping is finalized**
What all is included?
Sanction event in partner with Triathlon Alberta
Custom brew beer only finishers will be able to have
A super-soft shirt that will be your new favourite!
Aid stations on all legs
Local hand made finisher medal
Green race experience (not cups on course, environmentally friendly trail marking)
You bet we want to spend time with you! And you bet we need volunteers! Join our local Athabasca Lions Club members and help out. Sign up
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