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The Triathlon club of Burlington (TCoB) is dedicated to improving the fitness, performance, and knowledge of all triathletes from novice to experienced.

Whether you are attempting a triathlon for the first time, an active age group competitor; or working towards Ironman, TCOB creates a productive environment for training and a relaxed atmosphere for socializing. To insure that we address all types of triathletes/duathletes, each of our workouts are broken into Short Course (Try-A-Tri & Sprint distances) and Long Course (Olympic, Half and Full Ironman distances).

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We welcome and encourage triathletes and duathletes of all levels to join TCoB.

Upcoming Workout

  1. Track

    August 21 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
    Central High School 1433 Baldwin St., Burlington

Our Next Event

  1. Muskoka Training Weekend

    August 22 @ 4:00 pm - August 24 @ 4:00 pm
    Huntsville 1235 Deerhust Dr Huntsville

Workout Highlight – Muskoka 70.3 training


If you are planning on doing the Muskoka 70.3 on September 7th, or the new Barrel Man in Niagara Falls, or even a late season long distance race, the Muskoka training weekend would be a great training opportunity for you.

From August 22 - 24, a group of TCoB athletes will be training in Huntsville on the 70.3 course.  Saturday we will bike the course, meeting at Deerhurst at 9:00am, and Sunday we will run the course – meeting back at Deerhurst at 9:00am.  We will do some swims in nearby Mary Lake and enjoy Saturday evening dinner together.  If you would like more information about the weekend, or to join us, e-mail Margaret Dorio:

PACEperformance is also organizing a ride of the course on Wednesday July 16th.  Meet in the Deerhurst parking lot at 9:30am.  RSVP to Greg Pace at:

Featured Athlete


Kathleen Robb finished her second IronMan in Austria recently and accomplished a goal many IronMan athletes strive for.  She qualified for the World Championships in Kona.

 After a tough winter of training and overcoming 2 stress fractures in her feet, Kathleen focused on her bike to compensate for the lack of running.  It certainly paid off as she exhibited her power on the hills and speed on the flats in early spring rides.  Once back on her feet and running, Kathleen’s form came back, as she put in the long training runs.  I meet her one day running up Valley Inn Hill, determined to push it all the way to the top without walking.  Kathleen’s determination and perseverance in training were valuable attributes during IM Austria as sever quad cramps threatened to end her race early on in the run.

Congratulations on your accomplishment Kathleen, and we will be watching your epic race in Kailua-Kona Hawaii, on October 11, 2014.

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