Wetaskiwin Triathlon Resilience Run
For those who want to test their endurance with a longer route, the annual Wetaskiwin Triathlon features a separate 5k and 10k Resilience Run. These running events are part of the main Triathlon and Duathlon events that offer a great pool swim in different event distances, including the Olympic, Sprint, Tri it, Duathlon, and the Kids of Steel categories. The event hopes to raise money to support the Mental Health Initiatives in the community through the Wetaskiwin Health Foundation.
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