Tyler Mislawchuk


Like many young Canadians, Tyler Mislawchuk grew up with dreams of playing professional hockey, and was introduced to triathlon as a form of cross-training. Not long after taking up the sport, Tyler was discovered by a Manitoba provincial coach who encouraged him to train full time. That choice payed off: after competing in Pan American Cup, Oceania Cup and European Cup events, Mislawchuk made his ITU World Triathlon Series debut in 2015, and his Olympic debut in Rio in 2016. He competes at World Series and World Cup levels, and will represent Canada at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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