Have you been thinking about the Canada Man/Woman long-distance triathlon for a few years now, thinking how crazy it is? But if you’d like to test yourself over an equally committed half-distance… then the SOLO POINT FIVE Canada is the ideal challenge for you! With a 2 km swim, 90 km bike and 20 km run, the XTRI SOLO POINT FIVE Canada is a shorter course, but comparable to the Canada Man/Woman in its beauty and intensity.



* Taxes not included

Refund policy

Until 01/31/2024: 90% refundable
Until April 30, 2024: refundable 50%.
Until 07/31/2024: Redeemable at 30%.
From 1/08/2024 Non-refundable
* TriReg service fees and Triathlon Québec one-day license fees arenon-refundable.

The registration includes

Category race Men Women

18 to 24 years old
25 to 29 years old
30 to 34 years old
35 to 39 years old
40 to 44 years old
45 to 49 years old
50 to 54 years old
55 to 59 years old
60 to 64 years old
65 to 69 years old
70 years old and over

Course & Distance


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2 km swim in Lake Megantic with a start at dawn at the Baie-des-Sables park in Lac-Mégantic


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90 km of cycling on the magnificent route des Sommets with a positive altitude difference of over 1200 meters!


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mostly trail running with a finish at the summit of Mont-Mégantic 1200m D+.

Race manual & schedule

Race manual

The 2023 Solo Point Five triathlon race manual is now available. It is the reference document for triathlon. Take the time to read it so you can make the most of your experience at the event. Enjoy your reading…


Friday June 30th

Saturday, July 1nd

Sunday, July 2nd

* All information, schedules and procedures are subject to change according to the instructions of public health and triathlon Quebec.

Monday July 3rd

Supply & assistance

  • Transition : The athlete may receive assistance at transition 1 and 2.
  • Bike refreshments: The organization will provide one (1) refreshment station at km 40. Please note that motorized vehicles are not allowed on the bike course.
  • Running:

    The athlete must receive assistance at transition 2 (Bike/Run). The organization does not take care of the bikes.

  • Arrival: The organization offers shuttles from the top of the mountain to the base (SEPAQ Visitor Center). It is the athlete’s responsibility to arrange transportation home after the triathlon.

  • Access to the summit of Mont-Mégantic: It will be possible for your companions to use the shuttle bus to get to the summit. However, you must It is mandatory to have paid their access fee before boarding. Here is the link to pay your additional access fee in advance: https: // It is also possible to get there on foot (5 km). Note that it is forbidden to go to the summit with your own vehicle.

The Canada Man / Canada Woman: Intense – Wild – Beautiful

A breathtaking course amid the Canadian forest and mountains that will push you to successively complete:

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