The TriMemphré

Staged for the first time in 1995, the TriMemphré is one of the ways the Memphremagog Triathlon Club has chosen to promote triathlon. The Magog region offers the participants breathtaking scenery, distinct race courses and easy access to the beaches of Lake Memphremagog. Throughout recent years, the experienced organizers have improved several elements of the competition: prize money, electronic timing, road safety, nutrition, athlete services, etc.

These advantages have made the TriMemphré an event with a very good reputation in the Quebec triathlon and duathlon communities.

Our team

Chronology

The TriMemphré back in time
  • 1995The first

    300 participants

    • First edition of the TriMemphré

    • Host of a Québec Cup

    The excitement of the organization is at the max

  • 1998Introduction of timing with Championship

    The TriMemphré is one of the first triathlons in Québec to introduce electronic timing using the Championship chip.

  • 2000Honor

    Recipient of the Sports Event of the Year award at the Eastern Townships Sporting Merit Gala.

  • 2002Honor

    Recipient of the Event of the year award, attributed by Triathlon Québec.

  • 2003First edition of the ½ Long distance course

    • Recipient of the Sports Event of the Year award at the Eastern Townships Sporting Merit Gala

    • Distinctive mention awarded by Triathlon Canada for staging the Canadian Junior Championships.

  • 2004Honor

    • Recipient of the Sports Event of the Year award at the Eastern Townships Sporting Merit Gala (for the third time)

    • Canadian Event of the Year finalist, awarded by Sports Québec

  • 2005We pass the 1,000 participants level
    National Sprint Series
  • 2009 A wind of change...

    On the aquatic site, strong winds move our buoys attached by concrete blocks. The wind complicates the staging of the long distance swimming and forces us to rethink the layout of our swimming course

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    Winter 2009, Reference points are set up on the ice for the new layout of the aquatic site. Modifications were made to comply with the new ITU standards that prohibit turns of more than 90°.

  • 20101400 participants

    • Opening of our new aquatic site, as we know it today. Investment of some $30,000

    • Honorable mention awarded by Triathlon Canada for staging the Long Distance Canadian Championships.

  • 2011Honor

    • For a second consecutive year Host of the Long Distance Canadian Championships

    • Recipient of the Sports Event of the Year award at the Eastern Townships Sporting Merit Gala

  • 20121600 participants

    • Host of a PanAmerican Cup (PATCO) for the first time

    • Host of the U23 Canadian Championships

    • Host of the National Junior Series

    • Host of the Long Distance Canadian Championships

  • 20131800 participants

    • Host of the triathlon discipline for the Canada Games

    • Recipient of the Sports Event of the Year award at the Eastern Townships Sporting Merit Gala (for the fifth time)

  • 2014Honors and records

    Honors

    Event of the Year/over 800 participants - Triathlon Québec Gala

    Record - 2500 athletes from ten different countries.

    Host of a PanAmerican Cup and the Canadian Championships besides hosting a program for paratriathletes for the first time.