A sanction deposit of $150.00 accompanies each race bid at the beginning of the season. This deposit is subtracted from the event’s Post Event fees which are payable within 30 days of your event date.

NOTE: Post Event Fees submitted after 30 days will incur a $250 late charge.

All fees must be resolved before another event is considered for sanctioning and listed on the Triathlon BC calendar.




1 to 149 Participants



150 to 249 Participants



250 to 499 Participants



500 to 1,000 Participants



Over 1,000 Participants



*For events hosting both triathlon and duathlon competitions, only the higher sanction fee is charged.

Note: There is no sanction fee associated with stand-alone Kids of Steel events.

Unless previously approved by Triathlon BC, Race Directors hosting multiple events within the calendar year must resolve full payments on an event by event basis. Insurance certificates will not be released until previous payments have been submitted.

Sanction fees contribute directly to Triathlon BC’s programming initiatives, and are a primary revenue source for the Association, allowing for ongoing program delivery, from NCCP Clinics to Officials to Junior Development and High Performance.


As part of a Provincial Government initiative, all Provincial Sport Organizations (PSOs) must collect headless participant data. As a result, Race Directors are asked to submit information from all Day Of Race memberships sold. Information containing, at minimum First Initial, Last Initial, Postal Code, Sex and Date of Birth should be submitted in a spread sheet format, together with the event’s Post Event Form.

With the sport aligning itself closer to the Health sector, the information captured through this data collection will be used to define the importance of sport and participation rates in various communities across the province.