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andrewbeardsall

My inception into the sport of triathlon was almost accidental. In 2009 My mother and sister did a Team In Training triathlon event to fundraise for cancer research and invited both my brother and I to participate. We loved the competition against each other and other racers, thus the triathlon bug was born. Since then I have gone on to race at two age-group world championships and multiple provincial and national races on the draft legal and non-draft circuit. In recent years I have been making the transition to non-draft racing with my first half ironman in Muskoka on July 10th 2016.

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barrelman finish

After getting injured running cross country in university, I was encouraged by my older brother to join him in a couple of triathlons and utilise the cross-training I had done while injured. I quickly found that triathlon was a lot of fun, was a great way to stay fit while minimizing run injuries, and I was kinda good at it. After a few years in the age group ranks I did my first half-iron distance race at Niagara Falls Barrelman in 2014, clocking in a time of 4hrs19min. With graduation from university on the horizon I decided I wanted to follow my dream and become a professional triathlete. The support from C3 has been utterly instrumental in allowing that to happen and I cannot thank them enough. 

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Andrew Yorke grew up in Caledon East and began his triathlon career at the Caledon Kids of Steel at 13. After racing competitively in the Junior ranks, he was awarded Canada's Junior Triathlete of the Year in 2007. Now attending McMaster University and entering into his 3rd year as a U-23 he looks to improve upon his placings at his previous two World Championships. Andrew is looking to make 2010 his most successful Triathlon campaign yet with ITU races lined up across North America.

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oliverrun

 I joined my first swim team when I was seven years old in Toronto. The following summer, my parents encouraged me to do a KOS triathlons or fun. I got my first road bike for Christmas when I was 9 years old but after a few summer of racing triathlons I decided to focus on swimming through middle school while still running at my school for fun. When I started grade 9, school running started to get a lot more serious. I couldn't decide between just running or swimming, so I chose to do both and focus on tris.

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cassandrapic

 

 

 

I got into triathlon because I did competitive swimming for 7 years and I ran cross country and track with my school. In 2014 I didn't like swimming competitively anymore but i still wanted to do something, so in February of 2015 I joined C3. Since then my swim, bike, and run have all improved a lot, I now run cross country and track with my highschool and qualified for OFSAA in both and I am excited to see how much more I can improve in the future.

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haleylang

From 2009 to 2015 I raced with TRiKiDS Triathlon Series, loving every race even without training. In the fall of 2015 I joined C3, deciding to get more serious with triathlons. I have always been very active, so 3 sports joined into one just felt right as I made the change from 3 years of competitive swimming. As a young C3 High Performance athlete I am very excited to see what the future holds.

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sean

Got started in triathlon when I had a swim coach who also participated in them, really decided to take it seriously after Simon won the 2000 Olympic gold.

Website: www.seanbechtel.com

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taylorrunpic
The first sport I played was soccer when I was 7 years old. But I mountain biking with my family and racing in the O Cup series at a young age. Later when I was 13 I ran my first cross country race in grade school. After that I found my love for running and joined C3. At this time I tried a few kids of steel but was mainly focused on running. When I turned 17 I started to do triathlon seriously and from there my Triathlon career started to grow.
 
Parallel to my professional racing career I am a spokesperson for dyslexia awareness. I have dyslexia and I believe the focus and discipline of sport has helped me to overcome obstacles and succeed in life. I am working with the Dyslexia Society to help spread awareness.  

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Itamar

 

 

 

I first got into triathlon at age 17, after 3 years of Road Cycling my older brother suggested I give triathlon a try.

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