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Multisport Team, Coaching, Camps and Events

The Human Powered Racing Team stands triumphant, with sunglasses, in front of mountains.

Human Powered Racing team takes a break.

2017 Events

From Youth Races to XTERRA to Sprint Triathlons. We Have an Event For You
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Experience + Results! We are Multisport! We are Human Powered Racing!


What is your GOAL?

We’re dedicated to providing a platform for athletes of all levels and abilities to excel and reach their potential. Whether as part of our multisport team, an athlete attending one of our destination camps or racing one of our multisport events, the athlete is our focus. Setting the stage for YOU to be your BEST is our goal. What is yours?

Teams

Dream Big!

Since our inception in 2006 our athletes have raced around the globe and taken part in some of the worlds biggest multisport events including Ironman, XTERRA, 70.3 and ITU World Championships.

Under the guidance of Head Coach Mike Neill and with a group of fantastic teammates, we will help you chase your triathlon dreams in a fun and supportive environment. Don’t just dream. Dream BIG!

Camps

Racing Update

April Vesey and Sharon Craig showing off their medals at the finish line of the Cultus Lake Triathlon

The official training season may be over, but the racing goes on……

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Human Powered Racing 2017

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Cheers to another great season……

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Challenge Penticton 2016

Human Powered Racing Team on the beach in front of the ITU Mutlispor sign in Penticton BC.

If you liked triathlon and Multisport, Penticton was definitely the place to be last week…..

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Kelowna Apple Triathlon

Nancy and Kara at the finish of the Apple Sprint Triathlon in Kelowna BC

More great racing by our Sprint Distance athletes….

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Lake Union 10k

Sandy Wilson and Nadine Naughton at the finish of the Lake Union 10k in Seattle

Wilson sisters race a 10k south of the border…..

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August 7th Wrap Up

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A big week of training for the team, a big race for Kara Hobby in Montreal and a big comeback for Greg McKay at the Metchosin Triathlon….

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