Join the Friendship League in Quito, Ecuador as we take on Orkos HC in a 3 on 3 friendship-style tournament. Nestled high in the Andean foothills, Quito clocks in at 9,350 ft above sea level. To put that in perspective, the infamous mile high hockey city of Denver sits at a mere 5,130–5,690 ft above sea level. If you’re up for the challenge, this trip is for you! When we’re not at the rink, we’ll be exploring the vast natural and cultural wealth that Ecuador has to offer. From the rich historical colonial center of Quito to the vibrant backwaters of the Amazon, this trip leaves no stones unturned!


March 4-6, 2022

Three races, one bike: This year’s event will be raced entirely without the use of a time trial bike. Travel just became easier!

What: A three-day USA Cycling stage race: Stage 1 – time trial, Stage 2 – road race, Stage 3 – circuit race. Riders must complete each stage in order to start the next stage.


Time Trial Prologue – Friday, March 4th

Road Race – Saturday, March 5th

Circuit Race – Sunday, March 6th.

For course layouts, times and venue locations see official Tech Guide. Please note: Tech Guide will be available mid-January. To stay up to date, please like and follow us on Facebook.

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The inaugural Guelph Games will take place June 25-28, 2020 in Guelph, Ontario. The four-day, multi-sport, social and cultural event will attract more than 1,300 athletes and their coaches, friends and families.

Seven sports will be featured at the first Guelph Games. Athletics, basketball, slo-pitch, soccer, pickleball and ultimate frisbee will all be within walking distance from one another at beautiful University of Guelph’s state of the art facilities. Beach volleyball will bring excitement to Downtown Guelph’s Carden St. The community is welcome to cheer from the stands and join social events for fun off the courts.

 The Guelph Games growing list of sponsors includes: Spring Mill Distillery, Sleeman Breweries, Lululemon, Roots, Scotiabank, DoTerra, Royal Canin, and Corus Entertainment.

 The annual Guelph Games will also build a lasting legacy for the community and youth sport in Guelph by gifting a percentage of funds from the games to The Guelph Games Sport and Community Fund at the Guelph Community Foundation.

RBC GranFondo Whistler is delighted to be hosting the 2020 UCI Gran Fondo World Championships to be held in North America for the first time.

The Championships are a prestigious event where all amateurs can compete for the right to wear the famous Rainbow Jersey – showing everyone you’re the World Champion. Even better, you can win this jersey across each 5-year age category for both men and women, giving you a real shot at the glory.

Between 10,000 and 20,000 Masters Athletics are expected to compete in the 2020 Pan-American Masters Games.

The Canada 55+ Games is a large multi-sport event with over 2500 participants competing in 26 different events. The Canada 55+ Games are open to adults aged 55 years and over as of December 31 of the year in which the Games are held.

The Games focus on the social, physical and psychological well-being of the participants through participation in a multi-day event. The Games are held over four days in late August every two years (even numbered years), and participants must qualify through their provincial 55+ games competitions.

Triathletes with the drive to compete and to vacation in one of the ITU’s most unique destinations. When you choose Edmonton 2020 as your Grand Series Final, you’re choosing a premiere event known for how well it treats its athletes. You’re choosing a beautiful course in a city that’s a gateway to wild adventure. You’re choosing the racing experience of a lifetime.

Toronto, Canada’s largest city and one of the most multicultural places in the world, welcomes athletes from around the globe, to showcase their athletic abilities and celebrate the 45th anniversary of the World Masters Championships in the City where it all began!

The first annual Guelph Games: Masters Multi-Sport Festival will take place in Guelph, Ontario from June 25 – 28, 2020. Masters, a class of sport for veteran athletes over the age of 30 and sometimes centenarians, provides athletes of all abilities the chance to compete in a world-class multi sporting, social and cultural event.

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