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 Calm waters, a great site and history of success make Brudenell Provincial Park the ideal location for Triathlon PEI’s Provincial Sprint Distance Championships. The Race will also be a signature triathlon event in the Triathlon PEI Race Series.

Swim: Brudenell River offers a sheltered bay and shallow waters for novice and experiences swimmers.
Bike: The bike course has rolling hills and a few challenges.
Run: Run course is out and back on grass beside a paved entry road with a short clay portion into the golfcourse and maintance road

Course maps


Registration fees

Super Sprint Tri Closed

375m swim, 10km bike, 2.5km run

Sprint Triathlon Closed

750m swim, 22km bike, 5km run

Olympic triathlon Closed

1.5km swim, Bike 40km, 10km Run

Sprint Duathlon Closed

5km run, 22km bike, 2.5km run

Kids of Steel: 5-6 years Closed

25 meter swim, 150 m run, 500 m bike

Kids of Steel: 7-9years Closed

50 m swim, 500 m run, 1.5 k bike

Kids of Steel: 10-12 years Closed

100 m swim, 5 K bike, 1k run

olympic duathlon Closed

10km run, 40 km bike 5 km run

Olympic Team Triathlon Closed

1.50km swim, 40 km bike 10 km run

Sprint Team Triathlon Closed

750 m swim, 22km bike, 5km run

Additional IKids of Steel Races nfo


The swim will be in shallow water with the option to walk/run through the water. Lifejackets are permitted. Bike helmets are mandatory for all ages, training wheels and parental assistance are permitted on the bike. The focus of the race is fun and participation and all KOS participants receive a finisher medal and T-shirt


Accomodations and Ameneties

Brudenell River is the largest provincial park in eastern Prince Edward Island. In addition to two 18-hole championship golf courses, Brudenell and Dundarave, and tennis, horseshoes and lawn bowling are offered at the 100-unit Brudenell River Resort. The park has a multitude of activities to amuse campers and day visitors: a marina, river beach, and daily activities are scheduled as part of Brudenell's recreation and interpretive programs for children and adults. Private sector operators also provide canoeing, sea kayaking and horseback riding.

Nearby attractions include Georgetown, Cardigan, the Garden of The Gulf Museum, Brudenell Riding Stables and the Confederation Trail.

Event Schedule

  • August 21 6:30 AM ADT - Race kit pick up and body marking opens

  • August 21 7:45 AM ADT - standard events race briefing

  • August 21 8:00 AM ADT - standard race starts

  • August 21 8:39 AM ADT - sprint and supersprint race briefing

  • August 21 8:40 AM ADT - Racekit pick up and body marking closes

  • August 21 8:50 AM ADT - sprint and supersprint race starts

  • August 21 11:00 AM ADT - KOS registration

  • August 21 11:30 AM ADT - barbecue

  • August 21 11:45 AM ADT - KOS race briefing

  • August 21 11:58 AM ADT - KOS race start

Contact Information

Event Location

Brudenell, PE, Canada

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