On Sunday 26 April at 6.00pm we are hosting a very special webinar to discuss the state of the Running and Multi-sport industry in Atlantic Canada during the current Covid-19 crisis.
The webinar is open to everyone, although we do have a capacity of 100 participants, if you are a recreational runner, triathlete or cyclist at any level of experience or skill this webinar is for you.
We will be joined by a variety of people covering all aspects of our community from race directing, to coaching to the psychology of training and racing in uncertain times to race timing and industry updates
Garth Millar – owner of Fundy Sports & Tourism and organizer of numerous running, cycling and triathlon events in New Brunsiwck and also an athlete whose own race schedule has been impacted by Covid-19. Garth will be discussing the impact the crisis has had on his race series.
Daryl Steeves – has 8 years of Sports Science education with advanced degrees in Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology. Add to that 40 years of coaching athletes from recreational to Olympic level and you have a great coaching resource. Daryl is the Head Coach at Fundy Extreme Triathlon Club and has an extensive roster of athletes from Sprint Distance Triathlon all the way up to Ironman including a large complement of runners.Daryl will be discussing
Beth Seamans – is an Ironman and has completed, two half-ironman distance events, two marathons and several half marathons. Beth has always balanced triathlon training with her responsibilities as a wife, mother, and work as a psychologist. In 2016, when her son was diagnosed with Leukemia, Beth started training for long distance events. She trained for Ironman Mt Tremblant while her son was undergoing treatment and raced in August 2019 just after he completed treatment. Completing the ironman was a victory for her whole family.
Troy Musseau – CEO, Atlantic Chip Sport Timing Inc.
Each year, Atlantic Chip and it’s experienced team of specialists provide electronic chip timing to 130 events throughout NS, NB, PEI, and Maine. Troy is part of a global community of solution providers and will speak about how the endurance industry is responding to the interrupted 2020 sporting event season.
Look forward to hearing from you.