Teaching youth fundamental life principles through the sport of Triathlon.
iCAN Junior Triathlon Club will inspire and empower youth of all backgrounds and abilities, helping participants embrace an “I CAN” attitude throughout their lives. Promoting the “iCAN” core life principles of confidence, patience and determination, while developing goal setting skills in a team environment will foster academic growth, increase leadership, and promote adherence to a healthier lifestyle by participants.
iCAN Junior Triathlon Club is a 501c.3., Community Benefit Organization that relies upon charitable donations, corporate sponsorships, and grants to support and advance our Mission and Vision.
iCAN Junior Triathlon Club
iCAN Junior Triathlon Club is a fun, friendly and exciting place. Young people between the ages of 6 and 18 come together and participate in a variety of activities and programs designed to foster academic growth, increase leadership skills, and promote adherence to healthy lifestyles. The triathlon is the platform we use for character development, training, teaching, and encouraging youth to develop an "I CAN" attitude coupled with confidence, patience and determination which are the cornerstones to life's successes.
Founder, Director and Lead Coach
With over 35 years of training and racing experience Todd Waldner, “Coach Todd” is a long-time participant in Triathlons throughout the US. As the Central Valley’s first USAT Level II Certified Triathlon Coach, Coach Todd has the experience and knowledge to communicate with youth of all ages and abilities. He puts great emphasis on training fundamentals and is highly skilled in his ability to motivate his athletes to achieve their best. He is passionate about coaching and constantly encourages and supports each athlete’s individual goals. With his long standing involvement in the field of motivation, personal and sports nutrition, Coach Todd brings all the necessary training components together to develop educated, confident, and highly motivated triathletes.
"It is not where you finish but how you finish".