MRT in the Media


Go until failure: Suicide 50s


January 30, 2019 by Triathlon Magazine

There’s an old mantra out there that boring training makes good athletes. The majority of the time, swim training is just that – you stare at a black line and perform the same movements over and over again. However, breaking the routine and adding a little spice into your swim week is always a good idea.


Clint Lien: Athlete, Coach, Screenwriter and Horror Movie Aficionado

January 15, 2019 by The Habit Podcast

Clint Lien is the head coach of Mercury Rising Triathlon Club. In this episode he talks about the early days of triathlon in Canada and his time in LA chasing the movie industry as a screenwriter.


Rated M: For Mature Audiences Only


December 19th, 2018 by Triathlon Magazine

Is coaching older triathletes any different than coaching younger ones? Clint Lien explains why it isn't that different.


Make Kicking a Habit in Triathlon Swimming


May 31st, 2016 by Triathlon Magazine

Clint Lien is the head coach of Mercury Rising Triathlon Club. In this article he talks about how having a weak, inefficient kick or overkicking will cost you in a race.


Win With Me



January 19, 2019 by Stories for Caregivers

Win With Me is the story of MRT athlete Lauren Babineau, a professional triathlete who put her own Olympic dreams on hold to become a visual guide to Jess, an elite para-triathlete. Now the two share an unbreakable bond on the road to Tokyo 2020.


Triathlon community Mourns Death of Ben Cotter

August 24th, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine

A tribute to Victoria-based triathlete, Ben Cotter, who passed away last week.


Jon Dunkerley and James Cook: Canada’s Next Paralympic stars?

August 17th, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine

Meet elite para-triathlete Jon Dunkerley and MRT professional triathlete James Cook as the duo eyes Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.


Fall swim programming: Break time/build time


September 16th, 2016 by Triathlon Magazine

The fall should be a bit of a down time for athletes, though. The way to view this period is not to see it as a time for decay, but as an opportunity for development — a time to focus on weaknesses. In the pool that usual means working on your technique.

 
 

 

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