We treat our stakeholders with fairness and respect.

Supportive and Learning Culture

We create an environment for athletes, coaches, officials, and partners to enable them to grow and achieve excellence.


We foster enjoyable relationships and safe, positive experiences.


We are committed to upholding the principles of Canadian Sport for Life.


We are a progressive organization achieving excellence while providing leadership and value to our members and partners.


We provide leadership and governance to develop a safe and fair environment for multisport in Ontario.


Executive Director:  Phil Dale
Program Manager: Mike Mahoney
Administrator: Lynn Miller
Digital Media Specialist: Meaghan Taylor
Provincial Development Coach: Greg Kealey

2015-16 Board of Directors

Chris Caswell
Chris is an active triathlete, and has competed in the World Championships at the Ironman, 70.3 and Olympic distances.  He has served the community in various capacities, including The Special Olympics Foundation, a conservation group, an Arts organisation, and numerous sporting associations.  Chris is a partner in an investment management company based in Toronto.
Andrew Imrie
Andrew has been racing triathlons for over ten years, racing events of all distances and has competed as a long-distance professional. In 2011 he was the fastest Canadian at the Ironman World Championships as well as the Triathlon Ontario Long Course Triathlon Age Group Male athlete of the year. Professionally Andrew is Executive Director, Corporate Reporting at Cineplex Entertainment and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA), with over 15 years of accounting experience including working with not for profit organizations.
Mikael Staer Nathan
Mikael is a designer and an athlete. Having been active his entire life, he found triathlon in 2009 and since then has been obsessed with the sport. He has competed in the pro ranks since 2014. Mikael’s work as a designer has him focusing on interaction design, graphic design and web development, with a design thinking and research-based approach.
Natalie Mullins
Natalie has completed two Ironman races, as well as competing twice at 70.3 World Championships and raced numerous times at shorted distances. She has raced many marathons, most notably having finished the Boston Marathon several times. An avid road cyclist, enjoyed cycling throughout Europe. Natalie comes from a sports background and brings extensive coaching experience and leadership to the table. As a lawyer, she has dispute resolution, strong advocacy, and risk management skills that will be a valuable addition to our board.
Ming-Chang Tsai
Ming has been racing triathlon/duathlon for over 10 years and competed in multiple World Championships in Olympic and 70.3 duathlon/triathlon distances. Professional, he is a sports/data scientist with the Canadian Sport Institute Pacific doing data analytics and modelling of sports performance.
Petrina Dolby
Petrina has been involved in Triathlons for the past 4 years, being a Team Canada age group athlete for the past three years, most recently finishing as the Top Canadian in her age group in Cozumel. She has a diverse athletic background, competing around the work in multiple sports and enjoys the challenge of Endurance sports. She has served the community in the capacity of Treasurer on the board of Project Sunshine, and worked with the Canadian Ovarian Cancer Society and the Royal Ontario Museum. Petrina has both a strategic and technology consulting background, having worked globally with some of the largest financial institutions and was a senior executive at one of Canada’s Big Five Banks.
Irene Rey
Irene started her triathlon journey in 2013. After this season she will have raced all distances. She has attended multiple world championships. Irene has previous board experiences with the Toronto Triathlon Club and the Scarborough Women’s Centre where she has held multiple positions. During the day Irene manages and oversees Operational Risk for a top Canadian Insurance company. Irene brings with her many experiences including leadership, team work, change management, strategic planning, communication and execution.
Gail Cameron
Bio coming soon!


Chris Caswell – President
Natalie Mullins  – Vice President
Andrew Imrie – Treasurer
Irene Rey – Secretary
To become an Officer or a Director, you must be a member in good standing, be at least eighteen (18) years of age and not an undischarged bankrupt.

Meetings of the Board of Directors are held regularly. Locations and format may vary. In an effort to reduce costs, many meetings will be held by conference call this season and these will not be open to the general membership.

AGM Minutes
AGM Minutes 2010AGM Minutes 2011AGM Minutes 2013AGM Minutes 2014, AGM Minutes 2015,
AGM Minutes 2016

Financials 2011-12Financials 2012-13Financials 2014-15, Financials 2015-16
Financials 2016-2017

Triathlon Ontario Policies
Privacy PolicyRisk Management PolicyCode of Conduct & EthicsDiscipline & Complaints PolicyAppeal Policy,
Policy Regarding any Materials DevelopedIssue Resolution Process & Board Communication Policy

By-Laws December 2016