Junior Triathlon

Training (9-17 yrs)

Swimming & Dryland Training for all 3 sports (swim/bike/run)

Oct 2020 – May 2021

Registration is open and new athletes are welcome as training restarts Mar 5th after the Dec-Feb Covid19 lockdown

Click on the banner to link to the jTOEST website for program information & registration

Masters Triathlon

Training (18+ yrs)

The winter training session may be upon us but that doesn’t mean that training is back to ‘normal’.  There is definitely a new normal in place as a result of the policies that have been implemented to curtail the spread of the Covid19 virus.

Swim training at pools is definitely not back to any sort of ‘normal’ as distancing policies make it financial challenging to make pool time worth it when the number of swimmers allowed in the pool is reduced. In addition, with a limited number of pools and limited pool time in the City of Burlington its now more challenging then ever to get in the water for swim training. Distancing policies are not limited to pools, so dryland training faces similar challenges and costs.

Long story short, our masters training programs are all on hold at the moment; however, our junior triathlon training program is set to start October 2nd, 2020 (with Public Health having approved our program). Please scroll up to see the link to the jTOEST website. As for masters… stay tuned.

In the meantime, one on one coaching is available for athletes in the sports of cycling and running and for dryland training. Please contact aimee@toett.ca with your request and we will be happy to help you with in person or on line coaching solutions.

Refund Policy: TOETT does not provide refunds. With programs focused on quality, on learning, on athlete’s making significant progress, hi athlete turnover rate would compromise coaching and the experience of all athletes. We ask that prior to registering that all commitments, calendars, etc… are reviewed to avoid joining when the risk is that the athlete will miss many sessions and/or the athlete will have to drop out. Once an athlete registers, they have a reserved spot in a lane for the entire duration of the program.