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MAY 14, 2021


2021 TTF Officially Cancelled Per City of Toronto & Toronto Public Health


It’s been 21+ months since we were last together at the TTF. And we miss you.

We were desperately hoping to get the band together again this July at Ontario Place.

But unfortunately, it ain't in the cards.

Earlier today, the City of Toronto, guided by Public Health, extended the moratorium on large events until after Labour Day.

While we're extremely disappointed, we aren't surprised given what we all know to be a dynamically challenging environment.

We can assure you that we take these developments in stride. And we also want to scream from the mountaintops that we will be back with a vengeance in 2022!

The TTF is healthy and not going anywhere. You can bank on that.


Tomorrow we'll announce our “Hybrid TTF” plans for this July. We're excited and hope you'll give it a look and consideration.

For now though, we're taking a moment to feel sad – we believe we're entitled to this momentary melancholy as we sorely miss all of you!

For those who deferred 2020 entries, you'll be able to do likewise and defer again to 2022. We'll email you directly about this on Monday.

Let’s stay STRONG together. RESILIENT together. And RELENTLESS together.

Talk to you soon.



DECEMBER 1, 2020 


Over the last nine years, December has been a special time for us.

The arrival of this festive month not only drifts our thoughts towards the holidays but it also signals that TTF registration is opening.

Hundreds of athletes, eager to get in on the action, sign up early for the TTF, contemplating what next year’s race season will bring with it.

However, if 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that times can change.

We wish we could forecast what next July will bring, but as we all know, we can’t predict much during these times.

And we certainly don't want to provide any false sense of precision.

The way forward won’t always be clear, mind you, but we will not let this lack of perfect clarity impede us from planning now.


Of course, we don’t know what that will entail exactly, but we continue to make the safety of our athletes our most important priority, by working closely with our partners at the City and in public health, among others.

While the 2021 TTF will not look entirely the same, we can assure you that the passion and care underpinning its execution, remain firmly intact.

For now, we wanted to provide two pieces of important info:

  • Mark your calendars – the 2021 TTF is slated for SUNDAY, JULY 18; and

  • More info on registration and other details will be shared in the new year.

We will continue to provide interesting virtual content, with the goals of staying connected to you, our loyal athletes, and to do our small part to keep the triathlon community together (yet separately) in unique ways.

We have more exciting things up our sleeve that we will be sharing over the next couple of months, so please stay tuned.   

(If you aren't already following us on social, please do so to stay in the loop.)

But for now, please be safe. And please take care.

And from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your continued support.

Jeff & The TTF Team

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