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About Team In Training

Team In Training (TNT) is a fundraising program for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada and the only endurance sports training program for charity that raises money for blood cancer research. TNT and The LLSC are changing the landscape of blood cancer, not someday but today, making TNT the perfect way to fundraise.



How It Works


Join as an individual, as part of a team or even as a team captain.

Raise Money

TNT provides you with a fundraising page and other fundraising resources; and utilize social media.

Cross The
Finish Line

TNT coaches will help prepare you to complete your event; You will be contributing to real progress for blood cancer patients.



What's In It For You

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Experienced coaches will provide workouts, clinics on nutrition, injury prevention and hydration.

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Incredible event destinations like New Orleans, Waikoloa, San Diego and Orlando!

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Fundraising Resources
Fundraise easily with your own online fundraising page, email/letter templates, and social media tools.

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Expand your social circle with friends that will last a lifetime.

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Meet patients whose lives you'll be saving.

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Raise money that will help save the lives of blood cancer patients.



It doesn't matter if you're not an athlete or in perfect shape. Our coaches will train you to cross the finish line at a marathon, half marathon or triathlon. You can also determine your own distance and event with the TNT Do It Yourself program. Saving lives isn't about being the best, it's about being the best you can be when helping save lives.

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Our Honoured Heroes

Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Survivor

Hi Everyone,

"My name is Shaelyn. I am six years old. Thank you for joining Team in Training and good luck!”

- Shaelyn Martin

Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

Looking at me now you would never know, over 15 years ago I had just finished the most challenging year of my life. In 1997 I was diagnosed with Stage III Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. I completed 8 rounds of...

Honoured Patient

Ryan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia on December 31st, 2011 when he was just 4 years old. He had been sick quite often, but nobody knew just how sick he was. Although there were many visits to doctors, it wasn'...

Chronic Myeloid Leukemia survivor

I'm Matt, a Chronic Myeloid Leukemia survivor. I was diagnosed in 2006 and after 5 years in clinical trials with inhibitor pills, my Leukemia mutated and the toughest part of my journey began. 

Ready to Get Involved?

Join the Team

Join the team and receive

  • Fundraising Support
  • Event Weekend Activities
  • Personalized Coaching
  • Flexible Training Program
  • Technical Tee

Not quite ready to sign up?

Learn more by exploring our site or have someone contact you.

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