RACE DATE: JULY 23, 2017
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Last Year's Schedule Highlights
Friday, July 8, 2016 (Last Year)
2:00 pm Expo Opens; and Race Packet Pickup Begins
2:00 pm Race Briefing I
4:00 pm Race Briefing II
6:00 pm Race Briefing III
7:00 pm Expo Closes
Saturday, July 9, 2016 (Last Year)
9:00 am Expo Opens; and Race Packet Pickup Begins
9:00 am Race Briefing I
10:00 am TTF Gold Member Event
11:00 am Race Briefing II
12:00 pm Mandatory and Only Draft Legal Race Briefing
12:00 pm Swim Course
Familiarization Starts
2:30 pm Race Briefing III
4:00 pm Race Briefing IV
4:30 pm Expo Closes
Sunday, July 10, 2016 (Last Year)
5:30 am Transition Opens for Olympic Distance Race
6:50 am RACE - Olympic Distance Race Starts
8:00 am Transition Opens for Sprint Distance Races
9:20 am RACE - Triathlon Ontario Cup Series Races‎ Start
9:30 am RACE - Sprint Distance Race Starts
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Unique Downtown Course

Athletes make Toronto’s urban core their personal playpen.

The TTF is the only race using downtown highways – biking faster than you can drive during rush hour.

Pretty cool. Just saying.

Swim Route: Ontario Place is the starting venue and transition zone of the TTF. The swim leg is in the protected water basin of the West Channel of Ontario Place. The water will still be cool, so in addition to a bathing suit, you’ll likely want a wetsuit.

We will offer in-water swim course familiarization opportunities on Saturday, the day before the races. As well, we will have swim warm up opportunities before the Sunday races begin.

Bike Route: After completing the swim, you’ll cross a bridge and use parts of Exhibition Place to jump on the Gardiner Expressway via the Jameson Avenue entrance. After biking through Toronto’s downtown core, amongst the towering skyscrapers of Bay Street (Canada’s Wall Street), and passing landmarks like the Air Canada Centre, the Rogers Centre and the CN Tower, for Olympic Distance Racers, the route shifts to the Don Valley Parkway.

The unparalleled route will re-trace itself back south (on the Don Valley Parkway Northbound lanes) and back west (on the Gardiner Expressway Eastbound lanes), allowing for a return to Transition at Ontario Place.

Run Route: The final leg of the triathlon takes you west along the Martin Goodman Trail, through many of Toronto’s waterfront parks, and then back east in the dedicated curb lane of Lakeshore Boulevard.

The cool Lake Ontario breeze will help carry you to the Finish Line, where thousands of spectators will cheer you through the finish line, where your “Magic Moment” awaits you at Ontario Place.

Thanks to our corporate sponsors
Thanks to our community partners
Thanks to our media partners
Thanks to Ontario Place and
the City of Toronto