See Jane Tri

Women Only Beginner Triathlon Training Clinic - Watch for 2017 Details!

Are you interested in participating in a triathlon- but don’t know how or where to begin? Sign up for a 6 week “learn to” clinic for Women only!

No prior bike/run experience necessary-you must be able to complete 1 length of a pool. This clinic will completely prepare you for “See Jane Tri” triathlon-July 2017

With your paid registration you will receive:

  • Bi weekly fun group workouts led by a certified, experienced coach in a relaxed atmosphere. Learn the basics of triathlon while increasing your endurance and overall fitness.
  • Day by day comprehensive 6 week training plan.
  • Informational seminars on everything from triathlon rules, transition tips, core strengthening, stretching, running mechanics, bike maintenance and more.
  • See Jane Tri apparel and tri goodies!

Cost: $249

Laura Englund
Team Tri4life Multisport Coaching
NCCP Practicing Triathlon Coach 
Can Fit Pro Personal Trainer

Group workouts include 1 Swim & 1 Run or Bike session per week and additional seminars involving transitions, core strengthening, cross training, and more!

Necessary equipment:
Bathing suit, goggles, any kind of mountain or road bike, helmet, runners.

Any questions or additional information please email Laura @: 


See Jane Tri Clinic FAQ’s

Is the clinic an additional fee on top of the See Jane Tri race?
Yes, the clinic cost is additional to the race registration.  The clinic includes 6 weeks of daily workouts, several informational seminars, 2 group workouts per week, admission into any facilities required for group training, triathlon goodies, and a fully accredited triathlon coach! The race cost will be approximately $100, and you must be a STAC(Saskatchewan Triathlon Association Corp) member.

Does entry into the clinic guarantee me a spot in the race?
We will do our best to insure that everyone participating in the clinic will receive a registration spot in the race.  We will be opening up race registration exclusively to the clinic participants in advance of it opening to the general public.  It will be up to you to register within an appropriate time to insure your spot.

Is the clinic designed for beginners? Are there any prerequisites?
Yes!  The clinic is structured to introduce the participants to the sport of triathlon.  If you have any swim, bike, or run experience that is an asset, but not a necessity.  You will gain all the experience you need to be prepared for this year’s See Jane Tri triathlon. There are no prerequisites.  Send in your payment and registration and you are in!

Where do we swim, bike, and run?
In the past we have been swimming at the University of Regina Aquatic Center (admission is included in your fee).  The bikes and runs will take place in and around Wascana Park.  We will NOT be doing any highway biking!

When are the group workouts?
The group swim will be on Sunday evenings, at either 6:30 or 7:30pm dependant on your skill levels/preference.  Our bike and run sessions will be on Thursdays at either 6:30pm or 7:30 pm.  

What if I am unable to make it to a group workout?
No problem!  We all have busy lives that sometimes get in the way!  You will be emailed the workout to do on your own when it fits your schedule.

What is the distance of the race?
The race is a 300yd swim, 12km bike, and 3.3km run.

What type of bike should I buy for the clinic/race?
Buying a new bike is highly not recommended for the clinic or the race unless you are familiar with road and tri bikes. Many participants will do the clinic and race on a mountain bike or a borrowed bike.  We suggest that you try the sport, determine how much you love it, and then proceed with the investment of a bike.  During the clinic we will have an informational seminar sponsored by one of our local bike shops.  You will learn everything you need to know about purchasing a bike including options for road or tri, proper fit, price ranges, types of shoes, pedals, handlebars, computers, and all other accessories.

How do I register?
Registration will be available online at , thru a secure PayPal site. In addition you must print and fill out the attached registration form. It may be returned via email (scanned) or via fax (586-0351). Your registration will not be processed until both payment and the registration form are received.

How will I know if my registration has been accepted?
Once your payment is processed by PayPal, you will receive an email (usually within 24-48 hours), from Tri4life confirming your registration. Further details in regards to the clinic will be emailed to you no later than March 31st, once all registrations have been processed.

Am I automatically entered for the race if I take the clinic?
The clinic and race are separate entities; therefore you will have to register for each separately.  Entry for the race can be done through

How much time commitment is required for the clinic?
The group workouts will require approximately 2-2.5 hours per week.  You will need to invest another 4-5 hours approximately on your own.  If you planned on 10 hours per week that would be plenty.

Can I take the clinic if I am not registering for the race? 
Yes you may still take the clinic, although it is entirely focused on preparation for the race.  Being that we have limited space in the clinic, we prefer to give first priority to those registered for the race.

I have taken the clinic in the past; I love it so much and would like to take it again. Is this allowed?
The clinic is very popular and always sells out.  In order to be fair to those that have not previously participated, registration for returning clinic participants will open on February 1st provided that there is still space available.