The members of Bermuda camp 2018 line up in their towels for a large team photo (and also Jasper Blake).


Each year the Human Powered Racing crew looks outside our amazing triathlon world here on the West Coast of Canada for a destination race. Often we get a number of athletes traveling to World Championship races across the globe. Last season a number of us made the trek to the Big Island to tackle either Lavaman or the Hawaii 70.3.

HPR Athletes at the finish of the Lavaman Triathlon at A Bay.

Other destination races in the past have included the California 70.3, Ironman Couer D’Alene (when it was an Ironman), Miami 70.3, Various World Championships around the globe etc.

This year, along with doing many of the local races,  a number of us will be heading to the Atlantic to race the ITU Standard distance race in Bermuda in April. Having been there to coach a camp (along with B78’s Jasper Blake) for a number of years I am really excited to not only head back there to race, but to take as many athletes as I can to experience the camaraderie and hospitality of the Island.

The triathlon community in Bermuda may be small, but they have been proving for years that they can not only put on world class events, but that they can produce world class triathletes.

Please feel free to contact us if traveling to destination races with a great group of people is something that you would like to make part of your triathlon journey.