Expressions of Interest: 2016 BC Winter Games Biathlon Sport Chair

Biathlon BC is calling for expressions of interest for the position of Biathlon Sport Chair for the 2016 BC Winter Games in Penticton. The Sport Chair’s role includes organizing the Biathlon competition (under the direction of the Host Community Sport Director), requesting equipment, volunteer recruitment, training (if necessary), and scheduling. A detailed Tasks and Timeline […]

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Photos from BC Cup 2

Photographer Julia Dorofeeva was at the Saturday Sprint competition at BC Cup 2 in Whistler last weekend taking photos of the action. She has posted over 200 photos of the event to her Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.699230163509068.1073741851.139181639513926&type=1 Thanks Julia for the photos!

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BC Cup 2 Results

Here are the results from the BC Cup 2 biathlon event hosted this weekend by the Sea to Sky Nordics at Whistler Olympic Park: Final Results Jan 24 2015 am Sprint Final Results Jan 24 2015 pm Sprint Final Results Jan 25 2015 am Pursuit Final Results Jan 25 2015 pm Pursuit

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Results from Caledonia Nordics Regional Biathlon Competition

The Caledonia Nordics hosted a regional biathlon competition last weekend. In addition to providing regional athletes with another competition, the event served as a chance for the BC Canada Winter Games athletes to get more  experience on the Otway trails and range in advance of next months Canada Winter Games event. A total of 41 […]

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2015 IBU Cup Legacy Athlete Exposure Camp

During the 2015 IBU Cup # 7 and 8 in Canmore, the IBU Cup Hosting Society, in conjunction with Biathlon Canada will be hosting a camp for development athletes, to be exposed to international level racing at home in Canada. This Camp is being offered to development athletes between the ages of 15 and 16 as well as to development coaches. The purpose of the experience camp is to give athletes an insight into how athletes prepare for and compete at the IBU cup level and beyond. Through the Alberta Biathlon Training Center team and the Canadian National Biathlon Team, camp athletes will be given a unique experience and opportunity to train with and observe Canada’s best biathletes in competition as more than a spectator.

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