The Frank Dunn Triathlon is one of the most anticipated triathlons in Saskatchewan. It is the oldest triathlon in Western Canada, having started in 1982! Frank Dunn Toyota has been the main sponsor of this event since its inception and continues to support the race!
MOST RECENT NEWS:
Congratulations to all participants of this year's event! Despite the rainy weather, there were lots of smiling faces out on the course. Thank you to all the volunteers that helped make the race a success!
A huge congratulations to this year's male winner, Jaden Porte from Saskatoon with a time of 2:53:33 and female winner, Abby Miller of Saskatoon, SK with a time of 3:11:53. Also, congratulations to the Mixed Team JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTARS for winning the team event with a time of 3:22:26.
Photos were taken once again by the talented Bob Holtsman. You can find the links below (google photos). These are low-resolution photos with Bob's watermark. If you would like a full-resolution photo, please email Bob at email@example.com.
Here are the full results from Results Canada (LINK):
Here are some downloadable options for your personal use:
See you all next year!
Waskesiu Foundation’s Family Treasure Hunt is on Saturday, August 13 at 10:30 a.m. and would be a great activity for kids to take part in before the Frank Dunn Triathlon kids race, as the treasure hunt event is finished by approximately 12:45 pm.
Here are the details:
The Waskesiu Foundation Family Treasure Hunt takes place:
- Saturday, August 13, 2022 at 10:30 am at Terrace Gardens
- Meet at Terrace Gardens at 10:30 am to get your map to 5 treasure stops in Waskesiu. Each child receives take home treasure, participates in activities, creates crafts and lets their imagination set sail while interacting with a custom built pirate ship. The event ends with a light lunch at Terrace Gardens.
- Tickets $12 per person (includes light lunch)
- Purchase tickets at waskesiufoundation.ca by August 7 to be entered to win a two person towable tube (advanced sales encouraged so snacks & supplies can be ready for guests)
- Best suited for kids 12 & under
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
41st Annual Frank Dunn Triathlon - August 14th, 2022
Some info to help answer your questions:
There is only package pickup at the Community Hall, it will start at 11:00 on Saturday, August13th, and go till 5:30 . We hope that we can get most of the packages picked up on Saturday. There will be pickup on Sunday morning but we advise picking up the day before so you have time to read the info in the package.
All participants need to have a Triathlon Saskatchewan membership, or another Provincial body. If you haven’t purchased please get the one day membership at Package pickup.
There will be a Carbo supper on Saturday night, from 6:00 to 8:00pm at the Community Hall. If you haven’t ordered tickets they will be available at Package pickup. They are $20.00 for adults and for kids under 12 we charge 10.00. This is a pasta meal, with homemade sauces, and salads, all you can eat. We have room for 150 people, first come, first serve. This is an awesome meal, please if you haven't attended it is worth every penny.
KIDS RACE ON SATURDAY AT 2:00
We will be hosting a SWIM / RUN for kids on Saturday at 2:00. Register at 1:00 and race will start at 2:00.
|AGE GROUPS||SWIM||RUN||START TIME|
|6-8 YEAR OLDS||50M||500M||2:00PM|
|9-10 YEAR OLDS||100M||1000M||2:15PM|
|11-12 YEAR OLDS||200M||2000M||2:30PM|
|13-14 YEAR OLDS||300M||3000M||3:00PM|
On Thursday and Friday, Carly Priebe from Transition Sports and Fitness is putting on a FREE youth clinic with funding from TriSask! Find the information here.
There is NO PARKING at the COMMUNITY HALL parking lot. Please park at Main Beach Parking Lot and walk to Transition Area.
Body Marking and Late Package pickup will be in the Community Hall starting at 6:45 on Sunday morning. Your timing chip is in your package, please do not lose it, or forget it! This year we have to return the chips and the band, please give to the volunteer at the Finish Area.
There will be a PANCAKE breakfast for all spectators on Sunday morning, this is a great breakfast, your families will enjoy while you are on the bike course!! It starts after the swim.
All interested volunteers please report to the Community Hall Saturday 12-5 or Sunday morning 7am for assignment, see Roy Fremont. We always need more volunteers! Free shirt, free lunch and an amazing grand prize for one lucky volunteer.
Sorry to say the Bike Route will be the same for 2022,(as in the past). The Park has filled the worst of the Cracks. The Park hasn’t repaired the patch by the Kapasiwin Hill, we will make an announcement in the morning as to what we are doing for the race at this particular portion of the course! The National Park has put it in their budget to repave this road, we just have to be patient till the money is in place for this to happen!
THE RACE STARTS AT 8:00 ON SUNDAY MORNING. WE WILL NOT WAIT FOR YOU!!
2022 Race Director