27th Annual St. Malo Triathlon: June 22 & 23, 2024
2024 Provincial Championships and 2025 World Qualifier
These two opportunities are open to all Triathlon Manitoba Annual members. If you are unsure if you purchased an annual membership or day membership to participate in our event, you can check your membership status on TriMB’s Membership Lookup Page.
If you currently have a day membership, but would like to upgrade to an annual membership to compete for a Provincial Championship or World’s Qualification spot in your age group, please contact the Triathlon Manitoba Office.
The St. Malo Sprint distance event will award and acknowledge a Provincial Champion for each age category, as well as the top five overall placings in each gender.
At the end of the season, the two overall winners from this event will have their names added to the Provincial Champion belt, along with the winners from the Olympic event at Bird's Hill and Long Course at Hecla later this summer.
World Championship Qualification
The Sprint distance event at the St. Malo Triathlon is also a qualifier for Canada’s Age Group World Championship Team for the 2025 event that will take place in Wollongong, Australia.
To be eligible to earn a spot on the World’s Team, you must have an annual membership with Triathlon Manitoba or another Canadian Province (which also provides your Triathlon Canada annual membership) AND you must register your expression of interest along with a $20 payment to Triathlon Canada.
Those wishing to earn a World Championship qualification must submit their Expression of Interest through Triathlon Canada. Expression of Interest applications will open 3 weeks prior to the event and must be completed by June 21, 2024.
On race day, one spot will be awarded to the top finisher, meeting the above eligibility, in each age group category. If that athlete decides they do not wish to claim the spot, it can roll down to the next eligible athlete in that age group category.
ST MALO WELCOMES PARATRIATHLETES
In 2024, St Malo Triathlon will be a designated race in Triathlon Canada's Paratriathlon Race Series. St Malo has previously hosted paratriathlete Leanne Taylor and we are excited to welcome both new and experienced paratriathletes this year!
The course is accessible to all classes of athletes: standing, wheelchair and visually impaired. However, in order to ensure your needs are met, we encourage you to reach out to us (using the contact form at the bottom of this page) prior to registering to ensure that our course is the right fit for you.
For those new to paratriathlon, here are some helpful resources to check out:
Triathlon Canada Para Resource link: https://www.triathloncanada.com/wp-content/uploads/Para-Resource-Links_2020.pdf
Para Triathlon Pathway: https://www.triathloncanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2020_Paratriathlon-Pathway_Full_EN.pdf
2022 Race Highlights
We can't wait to get back to the start line in 2024. Check out 2022's race highlights on Triathlon Manitoba's YouTube page.
You've got questions?! We have answers! See below for some commonly asked questions regarding this year's race. If you can't find your answer here, connect with us at the link below.
What are the age requirements for each event?
Minimum age requirements are as follows, where your age is calculated as of December 31st, 2024:
- 12 years old for Try-a-tri and Du-a-do events
- 16 years old for the Sprint distance events
- 18 years old for the Olympic distance events
What are the distances?
Check out the course information page for adult and KOS event distances.
Do I need a Triathlon Manitoba membership to register?
Triathlon Manitoba memberships are required for all athletes. A day membership is $20 for adults and juniors (aged 16 years and up). Annual memberships may be purchased for $50 (adults), $30 (juniors) or $10 (kids).
Do you have a question about the St. Malo Triathlon? Are you interested in volunteering? We would love to hear from you!
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