Like many a Canadian youngster, Tyler Mislawchuk grew up playing hockey, but that was also what helped him to discover triathlon, after a family friend suggested he use it as a form of cross-training. Not long after, Tyler was discovered by a Manitoba provincial coach, who encouraged him to train full time, and since 2015 he has been in the ascendency on the elite WTS circuit.
That debut year saw a handful of finishes in and around the top 20, including WTS London, WTS Yokohama and WTS Gold Coast, but it was in the opening race of 2016, WTS Abu Dhabi, that Mislawchuk scored his first top 10, kick-starting a solid year that included 15th place in the 2016 Olympic Games.
Fourth place in the 2018 WTS Yokohama and bronze at the Antwerp World Cup gave Mislawchuk a taste of success but in 2019 Mislawchuk earned 2 x World Cup golds, a bronze medal in the World Triathlon Series in Montreal and won the ITU World Triathlon Olympic test event in Tokyo.
The Canadian triathlete is building towards a second Olympic appearance in Tokyo at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
- Winner of the 2019 Tokyo ITU World Triathlon Olympic Qualification Event
- 3rd place at the 2019 Groupe Copley World Triathlon Montreal
- 1st place at the 2019 2019 Huatulco ITU Triathlon World Cup
- 1st place at the 2019 Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup
Latest Athlete Results
|4||07 Sep, 2019 - Elite Men - 00:50:20|
|DNF||31 Aug, 2019 - Elite Men - DNF|
|1||16 Aug, 2019 - Elite Men - 01:49:51|
|9||20 Jul, 2019 - Elite Men - 00:55:33|
|5||07 Jul, 2019 - Mixed Relay - 00:18:57|
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|DNF||2019-08-29 - Elite Men - DNF|
|9||2019-07-20 - Elite Men - 00:55:33|
|44||2019-07-06 - Elite Men - 00:57:40|
|3||2019-06-28 - Elite Men - 00:53:53|
|14||2019-05-18 - Elite Men - 01:44:39|
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09 Jun, 2019
Athlete previews ahead of 2019 Huatulco World Cup09 Jun, 2019
Huatulco is ready09 Jun, 2019
Mooloolaba race preview with Tyler Mislawchuk14 Mar, 2019