Here is the list of events available!
- Sprint Triathlon* (750 m / 19 km / 5 km): Quebec Cup - no drafting. (Saturday, August 14)
- Sprint Duathlon** (5 km / 19 km / 2.5 km): no drafting. (Sunday, August 15)
- Super Sprint Triathlon* (300 m / 7.8 km / 1.7 km): no drafting. (Sunday, August 15)
- Try-a-tri (300 m / 7.8 km / 1.7 km): discovery of triathlon - no drafting (Sunday August 15)
- Triple Crown Challenge: see below - no drafting (Saturday and Sunday, August 14 and 15)
Mixed Team Relay: see below - no tracking (Sunday, August 15. Same start as the Super Sprint.)
*April 2, 2021 Update: Triathlon Canada has made the decision to remove the Canadian Championships from the 2021 calendar.
**Following the change of date, the Duathlon is no longer part of the Quebec Cup series since the event is held at the same time as the Quebec Championships.
***July 13, 2021 Update: Triathlon Canada has made the decision to remove the 2022 World Championship Qualifying Program.
Youth Quebec Cup U13-U15. Individual time trial on distance 300 m / 7,8k m / 1,7 km (Saturday August 14)
GRAND PRIX SERIES
Grand Prix series for the Junior/U23/Elite categories. Two events on the same day, approximately 2 hours between starts.
- Qualification: Time trial start 1 x 1 every 15 seconds over a distance of 300 m / 7.8 km / 1.7 km (Sunday August 15)
- Finals A and B: Mass start over a distance of 300 m / 6.6 km / 1.7 km (Sunday August 15)
Québec Cup, presented by Spark Sports Nutrition
The Sprint Triathlon race is part of the Quebec Cup, presented by Spark Sports Nutrition. It is accessible to Age Groupers from 16 years old who are members of Triathlon Québec, regardless of their level.
The U13 and U15 races are part of the “Youth” Quebec Cup presented by Spark Sports Nutrition (CQJ) which brings together the U13 (12-13 years) and U15 (14-15 years) categories.
The Junior race is part of the Junior Québec Cup by Triathlon Québec. It brgins together athletes between the age of 16 and 19 years old.
"Montreal 2021 Triple Crown” Challenge
You will also have the opportunity to take part in the new triple crown challenge by participating in the two distances, sprint and super sprint, and to triple the fun! This “Montreal 2021 triple crown” includes the sprint (Saturday), super sprint and super sprint final combo (Sunday) and will allow you to become Canadian champion in your age group over these distances. The Canadian super sprint championship is the first race of the two super sprints. More details will follow on this novelty.
New for clubs: relay by mixed team!
Register your club for the mixed team relay ... without relay! (Due to physical distancing guidelines)
How it works: register two women and two men from your club for the super sprint distance, specifying your club. The times of the four athletes will be added together to give the final team time. You can now join the Super sprint Canadian Championship and help you team become the first ever Mixed Team Relay Champion!