Wednesday, March 31, 2010


As the weather heats up, it's time to get off the trainer and hit the roads. But, don't forget to change that rear tired you've been chewing up all winter. For those athletes with aspirations of racing draft legal, you need to get certified. From the OAT website:

A reminder that all athletes wishing to race "draft legal" in Ontario must have a new (issued in 2010) drafting card.

Drafting cards may be acquired in two ways:

If you have never had one before - you must take a drafting clinic and have the application signed by an NCCP Level 2 Road Cycling Coach.

If you had a drafting card previously - you must submit the application and list 3 draft legal races you completed since January 1, 2008

Upcoming Drafting Clinics:

Drafting Clinic Hosted by fun2tri Triathlon Club - OAT Sanctioned
Coach: Amy Moore, Level 2 Cycling Coach, Former member of the National Cycling Team, Former member of the Canadian Age Group World Triathlon Team
Sunday April 18, 2010
Robert F Hall Secondary School
6500 Old Church Road
Caledon East, ON

Registration: 9:30
Clinic starts at 10:00, finishes at 3:30
Cost; $20.00
Please contact: Lorri Zagar to secure a spot

Drafting Clinic Hosted by The Ontario Association of Triathletes

Coach: Sean Scott, Level 2 Cycling Coach,
Sunday May 2, 2010
University of Guelph
Guelph, ON
This clinic will be run as part of the final PTC Training Day.
No additional fee will be added however pre-registration with Leigh-Ann Rowe is required.
This clinic is limited to 20 people.

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