The 2022 Ontario Summer Games will be held in Mississauga, July 21-23. Races will consist of a Mixed Team Relay and a two-heat cumulative Super Sprint Individual race.
Location: Jack Darling Park
Due to the cancelation of the 2020 Ontario Summer Games, those that were pre-qualified have been added to the 2022 Games. This allows athletes who were not able to race in 2020 to experience the Ontario Summer Games.
Eligible Age Groups: 15-16, 17-18 as of December 31 2022
Available Spots: 24 females and 24 males aged 15-16, 12 females and 12 males ages 17-18
The Mixed Team Relay will be on Friday, July 22 and consists of teams of four athletes – male, female, male, female – racing consecutively. Each athlete races the entire course: 300m swim, 5km bike, and 1.5km run before tagging their teammate. Both age groups will be combined in this event and race as one group for team medals. Triathlon Ontario will select the teams and attempt to make the teams as fair as possible.
The individual race will take place on Saturday, July 23 and consists of two heats of a Super Sprint distance, 300m swim, 5km bike, and 1.5km run. The times of each heat will be added together to determine the winner. Both age groups will race in the same heats but results will be separated out and medals awarded for each age group.
Athletes aged 17-18 not already qualified and listed below but interested in participating in the 2022 Ontario Summer Games can email Executive Director Phil Dale at [email protected] to express their interest.
Athletes age 15-16 not already qualified and listed below can attempt to qualify at the May 29th C3 Benson – Royal Kids of Steel & Adult Pool Triathlon in Caledon. Athletes must race in their proper age groups and available spots will be equally distributed among the two age groups and genders.
All participants in the OSG Qualifier must be draft legal certified prior to the race.