Mike Neill

Mike Neill is a former professional Triathlete with 26 Ironman finishes over a 15 year career, including 11 Ironman World Championships where he was the top placing Canadian for 4 straight years from 2006 – 2009. Mike was named Triathlon Canada’s Elite Long Distance Athlete of the year in 2006. Mike has been the Head Coach of Human Powered Racing Canada since it’s launch in 2006.
Rob is in the foreground to the left wearing shorts and an orange tshirt. Behind him is a forest and a crowd of triathletes in black wetsuits. The XTERRA and Human Powered Racing logos are on various athletes wetsuits and a flag in the distance.

Congratulations to Rob on the President’s Award

I am very proud of my friend and colleague, Rob Dibden, who has won the President’s Award for 2019. “The annual President’s Awards, now in its 25th year, are presented to volunteers from Sport BC member and partner organizations who represent the spirit of volunteerism, and whose dedication, energy and commitment contribute to the development of their sport or organization in the province of British Columbia.” Rob Dibden is an omnipresent member of the triathlon and coaching communities in Victoria. …

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Racers, volunteers and sponsors at the SwimRun Victoria at Thetis Lake Victoria in 2018

Volunteer Opportunities

At Human Powered Racing we strive to provide athletes of all abilities with a fun, safe and quality racing experience. From our youth events to off road multisport races, our events can not happen without all of the awesome volunteers that give up their time and energy. Volunteer positions include; traffic marshals, body markers, run course marshals, timing, lap counters, food tent workers, set up, tear down, race morning registration etc. Once again this year we are hosting 6 events; …

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Biking 101 for Multisport Athletes

One of the toughest things about becoming a better cyclist is that in order to really improve you need to build cycling specific technique and strength. The best and one of the only ways to do this is to spend a lot of time on your bike. But before we get to that training part…