Triathlon set for Sunday in Port Hardy

The Tri-Port Multisport Club will hold its Try a Tri competition for adults, youth and kids Sunday at Port Hardy Recreation Centre.

The Tri-Port Multisport Club will hold its Try a Tri competition for adults, youth and kids Sunday at Port Hardy Recreation Centre.

Registration begins at 8:15 a.m., with the first-time kids starting shortly before 9 a.m. and the traditional kids, youth and adult divisions to follow. An entry fee of $5 is required to offset the pool rental.

For adults, the triathlon will feature a 400-metre swim, a 10-kilometre indoor bike and a 2.5-km outdoor run. Shorter distances will be used in the youth and kids divisions.

Advance notification is recommended by entrants, as bike availability will need to be coordinated. To register or for more info, call Melissa at 250-949-6799 or email meleessa@gmail.com.

Sails on horizon

Telegraph Cove, Port Hardy and Winter Harbour will be among 10 host communities when the Van Isle 360 International Yacht Race returns for its eighth running around Vancouver Island June 4-18.

The deadline to enter is Feb. 14. To enter or for other info, visit www.vanisle360.com.

Indoor soccer tourney

The Kingcome WFC Futsal Tournament was postponed last weekend and has been rescheduled for the weekend of March 5-6 at Port Hardy Secondary School.

The indoor soccer tourney, hosted by the Kingcome Wolves Football Club to aid the Kingcome Flood Relief Fund, will have divisions for men’s and women’s teams.

Registration is $250 per team. Those interested in entering a club may call Mike Willie at 250-230-2388 or Norman Charlie at 250-902-8392.

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