Two decades ago, three future Olympians, a future Canadian Olympic coach and a future national-level cyclist all took part in a Bracebridge sporting event that pushed both athletes and the community to their limit.
Canadian national cycling team coach Nathaniel Faulkner, Paralympian Graeme Murray, Olympic coach Joel Filliol and Olympians Simon Whitfield and Dan Roycroft were among the 345 young athletes who took part in the Kids of Steel triathlon of 1992. 

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