The Kenora Borealis Multisport was formed a good 10+ years ago, when a group of like-minded friends began training together for running, swimming and cycling events.

We have developed and led many of our great events we see happening in Kenora today.  The Triathlon / Duathlon and Mother’s Day Road Race, and Father’s Day Ride are just 3 of our great events.

For more information on how to become a member of Kenora Borealis Multisport, to learn more about our upcoming events, or how to volunteer, get in touch with us!

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Hey members!

If you are able to go for a yummy breakfast tomorrow and support one our local athletes that would be great!

Swimmers we should go after the Sunday morning swim session!
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Pancake Breakfast at The Log Cabin Tavern

November 5, 2017, 8:00am - November 5, 2017, 11:00am

Come on out and enjoy some delicious fluffy pancakes at a Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser in support of local athlete Jesse Bachinsky- Hosted by the Log Cabin Tavern. November 5th 8:00 to 11:00 $10 for pancakes and bacon @ The Log Cabin Tavern All proceeds go to support Jesse in his goal to compete at the 2018 World Cup in Canmore, Alberta this December!!! If you are unable to attend, donations can be made on Jesse's GoFundMe page Link: Thank you for your support! "Come on out and support Jesse Bachinsky in his goal to compete at the 2018 World Cup in Canmore , Alberta , Dec 9-18. With over 100 of the Worlds best para-athletes Jesse is super proud to represent his hometown of Kenora, Ontario and his Manitoba High Performance Ski Team. Jesse is a 19 year old visually impaired cross country (Nordic skier) who has been training for a number of years and logging in some big hours to reach this goal! This will be Jesse's first International Competition and he is currently on a " long list" of potential athletes to attend the Para Olympic Games in Korea. His ultimate goal being the 2022 Paralympics! In order to reach his goals, Jesse needs your help. He trains 6 days a week and can often be seen running or skiing up the hills of Mt Evergreen, Kenora Airport, or at the Crossfit Core gym. When competing, Jesse skis with the aid of a guide who in Jesse's words essentially "becomes his eyes'. They communicate with a wireless headset or speaker system. Your support of Jesse will help to offset his and his guides costs of travelling to numerous Provincial and National races, accommodations, development training camps, communication equipment and ski equipment. Jesse has some big goals and dreams for his future! Let's help him make them happen!"

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