Feb
10
7:30 AM07:30

ETA Aquathlon

2018/19 ETA Aquathlon

Race #2: Sunday, January 27, 2019

7:30am to 9:00am (Facility opens at 7am; Check-in @7am)

Kinsmen Sports Centre

Registration: $12 each or $20 for both (online fees, $2.38) to cover cost of facility rental, this includes facility admission.

The ETA is hosting two fun Aquathlons this winter. They are low-key events comprising of a simulated open water swim in the Kinsmen competition pool (all lane ropes out with buoys marking the course) followed by a multi-lap run around the Kinsmen indoor 200m track.

The events are meant to be fun race simulation training sessions to get out of the winter training doldrums and test your fitness. 

The distance of the swim and run depend on age groups. Each Age Group will have a male and female wave. Age groups and distances are as follows:

Age Group___ Swim Distance___Run Distance

Youth 7 - 9 ___1 Lap (120m)_____ 3 Lap (600m)

Youth 10 - 12__2 Laps (240m)___ 5 Laps (1000m)

Youth 13 – 15_ 2 Laps (240m)___ 8 Laps (1600m)

Junior 16 – 23_ 3 Laps (360m)___ 10 Laps (2000m)

Adult Group A__3 Laps (360m)___ 10 Laps (2000m)

Adult Group B__3 Laps (360m)___ 10 Laps (2000m)

1 swim lap = 120m, 1 run lap = 200m

Adult Group A - Competitive

Adult Group B - Non-competitive

There will be manual timing by volunteers with some fun prizes and awards at the end of the event in the track area.

We are limited to the first 100 participants due to the short window we have the pool.

Register here 
https://zone4.ca/register.asp?id=19284&lan=1&cartlevel=1

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Feb
23
to Feb 24

Coaching Course - Adult Community Coaching Course

  • Alberta Sport Hall of Fame (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We have an Adult Triathlon Community Coaching Course offered in Red Deer!

Saturday February 23, 2019 10:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday February 24, 2019 10:00am - 5:00pm

Location: Alberta Sport Hall of Fame in Red Deer

Learning Facilitator: Susan Yakulic

If you are interested in taking this course, please REGISTER HERE

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Feb
24
to Feb 25

CASINO

  • Starlight Casino Edmonton (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We are looking for 36 volunteers for our Casino and if you are interested in volunteering for our Casino, sign ups are HERE

Duties and Responsibilities of Various Positions

General Manager

  • General Manager or Alternate must be present in the Casino at all times.

  • Ensures that cheques and all paperwork are signed at the end of the second day to meet expenses.

  • The GM must be able to operate the Casino Track Computer system and training will be provided by the advisor during the casino event.

Banker

  • The banker controls the chip and cash floats in the cash cage.

  • Responsible for documentation of all cash and chip transfers from the main float. The document is recorded in the Casino Track system.

  • The Banker must be able to operate the Casino Track Computer system and training will be provided by the advisor during the casino event.

Cashier

  • Cashiers are responsible for cashing out players chips. Experience in handling cash is a definite asset. This position is the most interactive one with the public.

Chip Runners

  • All chips are now tracked by the Casino Track System. Chip runners will be expected to operate a hand held computer that is utilized in tracking all chip transactions. Chip Runners will also be transferring the chips from the main bank to the table games and vice versa, always in the presence of Casino security. Expect to be busy at the start and end of each day.

Count Room Supervisor

  • With the assistance of the count room Advisor, the Count Room Supervisor maintains records in the Casino Track System of all cash and chip counts performed by count room staff. The supervisor does not actually handle cash or chips.

Countroom (Recorder)

  • Assists the Count Room Supervisor record information into the Casino Track System.

Countroom (Amalgamator)

  • Amalgamates all the cash from the boxes retrieved from each of the table games. Experience in the use of a currency counting machine and handling cash is a definite asset in this position.

Countroom (Counter)

  • Counts cash by running it through a currency counting machine.

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Jul
20
to Jul 21

WTS Edmonton

Youth and Junior Cup Race

Youth and Junior Provincial Championship

National Development Series Race

2020 World Championship Qualifying Event - 2 Sprint Spots

2020 World Championship Qualifying Event - 3 Standard Spots

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ETA Aquathlon
Dec
9
7:30 AM07:30

ETA Aquathlon

2018/19 ETA Aquathlon
Race #1: Sunday, December 9, 2018

7:30am to 9:00am (Facility opens at 7am; Check-in @7am)

Kinsmen Sports Centre

Registration: $12 each or $20 for both (online fees, $2.38) to cover cost of facility rental, this includes facility admission.

The ETA is hosting two fun Aquathlons this winter. They are low-key events comprising of a simulated open water swim in the Kinsmen competition pool (all lane ropes out with buoys marking the course) followed by a multi-lap run around the Kinsmen indoor 200m track.

The events are meant to be fun race simulation training sessions to get out of the winter training doldrums and test your fitness. 

The distance of the swim and run depend on age groups. Each Age Group will have a male and female wave. Age groups and distances are as follows:

Age Group___ Swim Distance___Run Distance

Youth 7 - 9 ___1 Lap (120m)_____ 3 Laps (600m)

Youth 10 - 12__2 Laps (240m)___ 5 Laps (1000m)

Youth 13 – 15_ 2 Laps (240m)___ 8 Laps (1600m)

Junior 16 – 23_ 3 Laps (360m)___ 10 Laps (2000m)

Adult Group A__3 Laps (360m)___ 10 Laps (2000m)

Adult Group B__3 Laps (360m)___ 10 Laps (2000m)

1 swim lap = 120m, 1 run lap = 200m

Adult Group A - Competitive

Adult Group B - Non-competitive

There will be manual timing by volunteers with some fun prizes and awards at the end of the event in the track area.

We are limited to the first 100 participants due to the short window we have the pool.

Register here 
https://zone4.ca/register.asp?id=19284&lan=1&cartlevel=1

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