Para Triathlon




Accomplished runner Marianne Hogan was approached by Triathlon Canada’s Para program in 2019 when she joined the squad to guide Jessica Tuomela. 

The pair enjoyed great success in 2019 with a bronze medal at the World Para Triathlon Series race in Montreal and gold at the Para Triathlon World Cup test event in Tokyo. They backed that performance up by winning a bronze medal at the Para Triathlon World Championships in Lausanne.

Born and raised in a small town in Quebec, Hogan grew up with a passion to swim, bike and run – and racing triathlons.

She was part of Triathlon Canada’s Junior National Team between the ages of 16 and 19 where she participated in three World Championships. Her best finish was 11th in Hamburg, Germany.

Hogan fell in love with trail running and joined the Salomon running team which she continues to enjoy today. She has competed against some of the top runners in the world trail running in Canada and in the World Mountain Running Championships.


In 2019 guided Jessica Tuomela to bronze at world championships… 2017, competed at world mountain running championships… 2006, 2007, 2008 competed at world junior triathlon championships… 


Accepted scholarship to the track and field program at San Diego State University. Completed her Masters in Business Administration over five years…


  • 2021 World Cup (Spain) 1st 
  • 2019 World Championships 3rd 
Year Type
Host City
2020 Summer
Tokyo, Japan