*Triathlon Canada has introduced a new $15 developement fee. This is separate from the annual membership.




ITU have updated the competition rules - The minimum time required between competing in event distances is now 24 HOURS. This means that you can race standard and sprint distance in the same weekend!


*** IF YOU WISH TO QUALIFY FOR ITU WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2020: You must purchase an annual membership from Triathlon Alberta or your Provincial Sport Organisation (PSO) BEFORE REGISTERING  -

If you still wish to race sprint or standard distance and not qualify you must purchase a day licence BEFORE REGISTERING -!/memberships/triathlon-alberta-2019-day-member-fees


Interested athletes must be Triathlon Alberta members or members of their home Provincial Governing Bodies if not from Alberta, PRIOR to competition. Results are adjusted to determine appropriate five year age categories based on competitor’s ages as of December 31, 2020. The age adjusted results will be used to determine the automatic qualified athletes, who will be notified by Triathlon Canada directly.

Triathlon Canada is offering an opportunity to claim an unclaimed spot for those athletes who do not automatically qualify based on the age adjusted results. Athletes will need to submit an online Expression of Interest for the event they wish to claim a roll down spot in PRIOR to the event race date. Athletes will be charged $20 to submit an their “EOI” which will be treated as a deposit for those who are successful in obtaining a spot and will be deducted from their Team Management Fee as part of their official confirmation to the team. The $20 fee will be non-refundable for athletes who are unsuccessful in obtaining a spot. However, it may be applied to a charity entry instead. Successful athletes will be notified by Triathlon Canada directly.

These new fees are not part of World Triathlon Series Edmonton registration but are introduced by Triathlon Canada.  For further questions please contact Triathlon Canada-