CONTEST Social Involvement
The Canada Man/Woman Organizing Team is launching the “CANADA MAN/WOMAN Social Involvement” contest for all triathletes who are exceptionally involved in their community.
You or someone remarkable you know deserves to have the chance to participate to the Canada Man/Woman! Send us your record the one of a member of your entourage before March 1st at firstname.lastname@example.org describing specific actions that make you, or your candidate, a remarkable member of your community!
3 CHANCES TO WIN:
1 registration with 1 flight ticket and accommodation included for an international athlete
2 free registrations
Contest : TOUGH YEAR!
A contest organized by the Canada Man/Woman team exclusively for Quebec triathletes.
Dreaming of participating in Canada Man/Woman, but you’ve just had a tough year? Your budget no longer swings because a tree fell on your car during high winds, your oldest needed pins, etc. We’re thinking of you!
Just because we are in financial difficulty does not mean that we cannot overcome the difficult coasts of the Canada Man / Woman! Write to us by March 1, 2020 on email@example.com to tell us about your setbacks, and especially your source of motivation to participate in such a crazy race.
1 free registration for the Extreme Canada Man/Woman 2020
In 2019, Canada Man / Woman was named the #1 among the 10 Canadian races to be held in 2019 by Triathlon Canada magazine.
Will you be ready?
The Canada Man/Woman is part of the XTRI World Tour and offers qualifying places for the XTRI World Championship to be held in Norway.
On July 5, 2020, the 4th edition of the Extreme Canada Man/Woman Triathlon in Lac-Mégantic will be held: at the end of the next edition, athletes from 24 countries, 9 Canadian provinces and 17 U.S. states will have taken the start of this extraordinary challenge.
The Canada Man/Woman of Lac-Mégantic is a unique event for its wild, intense and authentic character. It’s more of a life experience than a race against time that athletes undertake when they enter the waters of Lake-Megantic at dawn. They will have to face the cold waters of the lake for 3.8 km, then cycle 180 km with a elevation gain of 2500 m, in breathtaking landscapes, to finally attack a 42 km race, most of which is done in the trails of the Canadian wilderness, with a vertical gain of 1600 m, to finally reach the summit of Mount Mégantic overlooking the region.