Welcome to GTC!
From 20 to 80+, Try-a-Tri to Ironman, the GTC is a diverse group of athletes who are welcoming to all and will encourage you to achieve your triathlon/multi-sport goals, whatever they are.
Hoping to finish your first race? Check out one of our beginner clinics or sign up for the annual membership- we’ll get you across that finish line with a smile on your face! Already an athlete but looking for a community to keep you motivated? We’ll have you setting a new personal best in no time! All of our workouts are designed to allow members of different skill levels to train together.
2018 marks my third year as a GTC member and my first as club president. When I joined in 2016 I had only just moved to Guelph and was so happy to find a friendly community of like-minded people who helped me to fall in love with triathlon.
As I take over leadership of the club, I hope to help that community grow and to ensure that our programs meet the needs of our members.
If you have any questions about joining the club check out our FAQ page and don’t hesitate to contact us via the website or Facebook if you have any further questions. If you would prefer to have your questions answered in person, you are always welcome to come out and try a workout before you commit to a membership. I can’t wait to see you all out for an amazing, fun, and fit 2018!
GTC All Club Ride, July 15th
Mark your calendars, our annual All Club Ride will take place on Sunday, July 15th!
We encourage all of our members to come out and join for this fun event. A beautiful Sunday morning ride with a mid-way break for snacks, socializing, and maybe even a few prizes!
Meet at Guelph Lake Conservation area at 9:00 am (there will be the usual Sunday morning swim prior to the ride for those who wish).
We will cycle from Guelph Lake to the “Kissing Bridge” in West Montrose. This year we will have two routes to the same destination to allow faster and slower riders to arrive around the same time for our mid-ride social. One 24 km route and one 33 km route. Following the break for snack and social you can return by either route for a total of 48, 57, or 66 km (depending on which route you take out and back). If these distances sound long, don’t worry! There are no speed expectations and you’ll have a lengthy break in the middle. You can do it!
Looking forward to seeing a great turnout for this fun team building event!