Better Training.

Better Performance

Age group - Masters programs

Join Bytown Storm Age Group athletes Coach Adam Smart for FREE weekly track workouts.


Weekly session will include

  • tips on run form
  • progressive workouts suitable for any distance
  • coach lead
  • fun and challenging


Sessions start Wed May 3rd


Weekly Session Information

When- Wed May 3rd to Wed Aug 23rd 2017

Where - Broadview High School

Time - 6:30pm - 7:30pm


Please note that these sessions are held on a public track and Bytown Storm nor any of its coaches are responsible for athletes who choose to join.

FREE Weekly Run Workouts

Age group spring skills camp

Bytown Storm Age Group program for the inspired, goal oriented or competitive triathlete who is looking to improve efficiency, fitness and strength  improve these and better performance is the result. Unlike any other program in Ottawa we incorporate the knowledge and training philosophy of the Worlds best Elite Triathlon Coaches and athletes.

Coach Adam Smart has quickly become known as running one of Ottawa's best age group masters swim programs.  Adams knowledge and easy going personality has provided a platform that has allowed almost all of his athletes to produce personal best swims this year. Adam plans on adding to the age group program in year 2 with Fall run program and a winter indoor cycling program. Adam has developed a program that utilizes the training concepts and approach used by National Team Coaches and integrated into the most comprehensive Age Group program in Ottawa. The sport of triathlon has changed dramatically in the past 5 years, it might be time to
change with it. 

2017 Session Dates

  • FALL  -  September 11th to December  10th 2016
  • WINTER - January 9th to March 31th 2017
  • SPRING / SUMMER - April 1st to August 31st 2017


SPRING / SUMMER program starts Saturday April 1st 2017
Dates:  Tuesday and Thursday 6:00am to 7:15am + one open water swim per week will be added weather dependent.
Location : Nepean Sportsplex
Cost :    $564.00 + hst