Monday is the deadline to register online for the 25th annual St. Albert Triathlon on Aug. 10 at Fountain Park Recreation Centre.
The St. Albert Road Runners and Triathlon Club is hosting the Alberta Triathlon Association sanctioned race. It’s also part of the ATA’s five-race series (age group and elite) point ranking system.
Visit www.starrt.com to enter the sprint distance (750-metre swim, 20K bike and 5K run), try-a-tri (250m swim, 10K bike and 2.5K run) or relay team event.
The confirmation list is expected to surpass the 300 mark by the deadline date. The registration totals include STARRT member Richard Roberts, a 70-plus age group competitor who has raced in every St. Albert Triathlon.
Last year’s triathlon featured 198 finishers in the sprint distance, 38 in the try-a-tri and nine sprint teams.
The sprint distance champion was Matt Dean in one hour and 15 seconds and the fastest female was Alexandra Gordichuk at 1:06:44 for sixth place overall.
For more information contact James Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday’s showdown between Mavericks 09 and the Morinville Ladies in the St. Albert Women’s Soccer League kicks off at 5 p.m. at Forest Park field.
In the combined single division and division one tables the Mavericks are 11-0 (84 GF and seven GA) and Morinville is 10-1 (59 GF and 14 GA).
Last month the Mavericks defeated Morinville 4-1 in the single division round robin.
The first of three tournaments hosted by the St. Albert Tennis Club this month is the singles’ competition Saturday at the Mission courts.
The mixed event goes Aug. 16 and the junior/senior tourney is Aug. 23.
Visit www.stalberttennisclub.com for more information.
Team registrations are still being accepted for the second annual J.R. Patrick Classic 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament next weekend in the south parking lot at Servus Credit Union Place.
The entry fee is $150 and every team will play a minimum of four games – three on Saturday and one on Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. both days.
The male and female divisions are 10 to 12, 13 to 15, 16-17 and 18-plus.
The tournament includes slam dunk and three-point shooting competitions.
Last year 32 teams, including four female teams, hooped it up.
A portion of the tournament proceeds will go to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Edmonton.
To register visit www.jrpatrickybc.com/j-r-patrick-classic.