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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:

2021 Race Results & Photos

Congratulations to all who participated in the 40th Frank Dunn Triathlon! We are so happy to have been able to put on a full race this year. And what a beautiful day it was! A relatively calm lake and a warm bike and run made this beautiful race a spectacular one. Thank you to all the sponsors and volunteers for their support. It couldn't be done without you!

A huge congratulations to this year's male winner, Wyatt Kunz of Warman, SK with a time of 2:48:56 and female winner, Christina Charles of Prince Albert, SK with a time of 3:02:15. Also, congratulations to Team NEW APE for winning the team event with a time of 3:06:13.

The results can be found on the Results Canada Website. You can also view and download the results here:


Bob Holtsman was this year's photographer once again. Thank you for all of the amazing photos! If you would like a full-resolution photo, please contact Bob for information at bobholtsmanphotography@gmail.com

Next year's race date is set to August 14, 2022. Registration will open in early 2022 so watch the website for the information on that. Have a great year!


Race Information 2021

40th Annual Frank Dunn Toyota Triathlon
August 15th, 2021

Some info to help answer your questions.

We are hosting this race during a pandemic, please if you feel uncomfortable about being around others, wear a mask and social distance. I realize that some people are unvaccinated, so for yourself and others lets be responsible, and not have an uptick in Covid cases. As well if you are feeling sick or have a fever please do not attempt to participate!! THANK YOU!

PACKAGE PICKUP

There is only package pickup at the Community Hall, it will start at 11:00 on the 14th, and go till 5:00 . WE hope that we can get most of the PACKAGES picked up on Saturday. There will be pickup on Sunday morning but we advice pickup the day before so you have time to read the info in the package, if you can”t make it Saturday, pickup will start at 6:45cSunday.

All participants need to have a Triathlon Association membership, Sask. or other Provincial body. If you haven’t purchased please get the one day membership at Package pickup.

CARBO SUPPER

There will be a Carbo supper on Saturday night, from 6:00 to 8:00 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 a awesome meal, please if you haven”t attended it is worth every penny.

THERE IS NO KIDS SWIM/RUN RACE THIS YEAR, DUE TO COVID, WE HOPE TO BRING THIS BACK NEXT YEAR, SORRY!

We will have a simple Kids run in place of the swim/run, it will happen at Noon, and will be for all ages, with no charge!! So bring the kids down for some exercise!!

RACE MORNING

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.

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

There will be NO PANCAKE BREAKFAST this year, as the Park hasn’t had any of these events.
Hopefully next year this will also be back on.

VOLUNTEERS

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.

BIKE ROUTE

Sorry to say the Bike Route will be the same for 2021,(as in the past). The Park has filled the worst of the Cracks, there is one area of concern, it is close to Kapasiwin turn-in. Please if you get a chance check it out and in the race proceed with extreme caution, IT IS VERY ROUGH! I have had conversation with the National Park and we are hoping that they will address the really bad areas this Fall and next Spring! Hopefully 2022 we will have a better road.

THE RACE STARTS AT 8:00 ON SUNDAY MORNING. WE WILL NOT WAIT FOR YOU!!

Mark Nagy

2021 Race Director


Past News items found here.

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