NYAC Partners
Tri/Masters Program


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Registration for returning members will be open at 9:00 pm Monday August 20, for Havergal location the registration will be open at 9:30 pm

Registration for new members will be open Wednesday August 22


Dates and Locations: 

Glendon, Snow, Havergal September 24, 2018 - August 23, 2019                                       

Forest Hill CI, York Mills CISeptember 24, 2018-June 13, 2019


Program description

The NYAC TriSwim/Masters Program is a year-round swimming based program for athletes aged 18 years and over that provides swim training for triathletes and masters swimmers of all levels and experience.

Practice locations and times you can choose from:



Douglas Snow Aquatic Club


7:30-9:00 pm Havergal College


5:45-7:00 am Glendon College


8:00-9:30 pm Forest Hill Cl


5:45-7:15 am Douglas Snow Aquatic Centre


7:00-8:30 am York Mills CI

Please note the practice schedule can be changed based on pool availability. There is no swimming during X-mas holidays December 25, 2017 - January 8, 2018, and statutory holidays.

Membership fees

Unlimited practices                     $900.00

1x per week Havergal College   $500.00

1x per week Forest Hill CI          $500.00

Fees include MSO (Masters Swimming Ontario) registration fee. Fees are pro-rated for late registrations.

Fees Payment Option 1:         Single payment due at the registration
Fees Payment Option 2:         Four Equal payments due at registration, December 1, March 1 and May 1

Resignation policy

Any swimmer deciding to resign from the club must deliver written notice to the club office. Members will be entitled a pro-rated refund of membership fees based on the cancellation date less $60.00 administration fee.

Training approach

The NYAC Triathlon Swim Program is designed to provide a swim training regimen for triathletes and masters swimmers of all levels and experience. Our focus is on stroke technique, endurance, strength, speed, and fun. Swimmers can expect to log between 2000 and 4000 meters per workout.


What we offer

  • one of GTA's first dedicated triathlon swim programs
  • catering to the unique needs of the triathlete
  • a year-round, periodized, triathlon-based swimming program
  • associated with one of the GTA's premier, longstanding swim programs
  • the NYAC Triathlon and Masters Program promotes a fun, challenging, and fresh environment for the adult triathlete and swimmer


Coaching staff bio

Tereza Macel

Tereza has 20 years of coaching experience. She started swimming with NYAC when she was twelve years old and moved to triathlon while attending University of Waterloo, first in the Olympic distance and later in the Ironman. She competed in the elite category for over 20 years becoming one of the best Ironman in the world. She is five time Ironman Champion-IM Korea 2006, IM Canada 2009, IM Lake Placid 2009, IM Embrunmam 2010, IM Brazil 2010 and finished 4th at IM World Championship 2009 in Hawaii. 


Andrew MacDonald             

Andrew, currently assists Head Coach, Murray Drudge and Assistant Head Coach, Eddie Toro in developing National and Olympic level student-athletes in line with club’s overall goals.

Prior to working with the North York Aquatic Club, Andrew was the Assistant Head Coach for the Toronto Swim Club (TSC). After taking over that role in 2000, Andrew’s leadership helped TSC grow from a small community club of 30 members into one of the top swim clubs in Canada with membership approaching 300. Over Andrew’s fifteen-year coaching career, he has coached athletes to become national champions, national record holders and onto National teams. In addition to his role with the Toronto Swim Club, Andrew also placed many swimmers on Canadian national and provincial teams at various competitions.  As a former competitive swimmer, Andrew is a multi-national medalist and Canada Games record holder.Andrew has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas Christian University. Andrew is also a member of Coaches of Canada.

In addition, Andrew coaches at the Swim Toronto for the past 17 years.  As the current assistant coach, he is responsible for design and implementation of the swim program catering to master’s swimmers and elite triathletes.