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Barrelman Niagara Falls is a point-to-point course with two transition zones. If you’re familiar with MultiSport Canada races, you’ll likely be an expert with it comes to the single transition format, but things get slightly more complicated when you’re dealing with two! Part of the way we create transition ease is with the race bags you’ll receive at check-in. You’ll receive three bags when you check in for Barrelman:
It’s important that all your gear makes it into their appropriate bags so that your stuff stays together during the race. Read more
When designing our races we have tried to please as many people as possible by using an athlete’s perspective in the race design. We are also always looking to be fair and provide a relaxed atmosphere. Having said that maybe the best way to start this article is with this quote, “You can please some of the people all of the time, you can please all of the people some of the time, but you can’t please all of the people all of the time.”
Over the years we have had many athletes who are faster swimmers approach us about the possibility of moving up to an earlier wave so they can avoid having to swim around slower swimmers. The simple reason for not allowing this in the past is, moving up to an earlier wave is unfair to others in your age group because you are no longer racing under the same conditions as the others in your wave. Beyond the desire to have a fair race for everyone, the first consideration in deciding on start of a race and the waves is the underlying need to produce the safest race possible. This article is intended to give you the logic behind that process. Read more
Barrelman Niagara Falls Triathlon is owned and produced by MultiSport Canada, Canada’s largest triathlon series. Both Rev3 and MultiSport Canada genuinely care about their athletes/customers, the safety and quality of their events and believe in putting the athlete first.
The Canadian and U.S. triathlon markets have slight differences. By collaborating on best practices, we believe we can ensure the delivery of a superior race experience to our respective customers.
In 2018, this race will not be branded Rev3 and will continue to be produced by MultiSport Canada. These two race production companies will continue to support each other and encourage our customers to race each other’s events because we know athletes will get a world-class experience wherever they race.
We hope you enjoy this pictorial recap of a fantastic weekend of racing!
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If you haven’t already done so you can print your Finishers Certificate from the Sportstats website. Once you get to the results page click on your name then click on the certificate icon and print or download.
The third annual Skechers Performance Niagara Falls Barrelman Triathlon presented by Recharge With Milk, was our biggest and best ever. Thanks to all of you who were there to support us as a participant, volunteer, or spectator.
There is no better triathlon swim venue than the Welland International Flatwater Centre. It’s both spectator and athlete friendly with the calm swim conditions and guide wires underwater. And check out that atmosphere. Read more
What a spectacular day we had yesterday for our third annual Skechers Performance Niagara Falls Barrelman Triathlon presented by Recharge With Milk.
Whether you were a competitor, volunteer or spectator, we hope you will be back next year.
Race results are available at Sportstats.
You can also contact them to report any corrections to the results.
In the next day or two, your FREE Race Photos will be available for download at Zoomphoto.ca
Ever dreamed of training with a professional triathlete?
MultiSport Canada in association with Skechers Performance Canada is giving all the registered racers of the Skechers Performance Niagara Falls Barrelman a chance to win a morning of personal training and consultation with Canadian professional triathlete Cody Beals!
Now that’s a motivation to #GOLIKENEVERBEFORE!
The winner will be randomly selected from all participating athletes and announced at the Sunday’s Awards presentation.
Triathlon Ontario, the recognized Provincial Governing Body of Multisport in Ontario, wraps up 2016 season of Provincial level competitions this weekend in the Niagara Region as the Skechers Performance Niagara Barrelman hosts the Long Course Provincial Championships and the final stop on the Triathlon Ontario Long Course Series.
The 2016 edition of the Niagara Barrelman is the fourth and final stop in the LC Series. As a result of also hosting Provincial Championships, points earned in the Series at Niagara are worth 1.25x the regular amount.
In the Women’s Age Group Division Kristen King (688 points) leads the way over second place Erica Govan (530 points). In the Men’s Age Group Division Dany Malley (650 points) has a slim lead over Michael Casista (615 points).
Moving to the Master’s Division, Jennifer Knowles (731 points) has a comfortable lead over Erica Mantay (628 points), while Luke Ehgoetz (688 points) leads second place Joe Gati (650 points).
This is a best two of four results competition. With the final race being an extra points race, what will happen?! Hope you are all as intrigued as we are heading into the race weekend.
Interested in competing in the Series? All you need to do is be a current member and finish in the top 20 in your age group to score points. Good luck to all this weekend!