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2021-2022 Athlete Assistance Program – Provisional list of nominated athletes is now available.
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April 14, 2021

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2 months ago

Biathlon Canada

Today we head to Obertilliach, Austria to spend the day with Biathlete and multiple CAN Fund Recipient, Christian Gow!

Get to know our CAN Fund Instagram Behind The Scenes Tuesday Takeover Host:

▪Hometown: Calgary, AB 📍
▪National Team Member Since: 2013
▪2016 IBU World Championships Bronze Medalist (4×7.5km Relay) 🥉
▪2018 Olympian

Fun Fact: Christian made his Olympic debut with brother and fellow CAN Fund Recipient Scott Gow!

"I love the competition season, pushing my limits and seeing what I am capable of doing against the best athletes in the world." -Christian Gow

Christian and his teammates are currently preparing for the 2021 IBU World Championships which take place from Feb 10th -21st in Pokljuka, Slovenia!

Head over to @CANFund Instagram to follow along the Takeover in our stories!

📸: Nordic Focus Photo Agency

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3 months ago

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Training at the right Altitude can give our athletes a huge advantage over our competition. We're lucky to be at 1300m in Canmore AB, not too low, or too high. But in downtown Toronto training at altitude is a different challenge. That's why Altitude Athletic Training facilities use simulated altitude training technology, to be able to choose the altitude you train at! This can have a huge impact on your performance, and improvement!
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S’entraîner à la bonne altitude peut donner à nos athlètes un énorme avantage sur notre compétition. Nous avons la chance d’être à 1300m à Canmore AB, pas trop bas, ou trop haut. Mais au centre-ville de Toronto, s’entraîner en altitude est un défi différent. C’est pourquoi les installations d’ « Altitude Athletic » utilise la technologie d’entraînement en altitude simulée, pour être en mesure de choisir l’altitude à laquelle vous voulez vous entraînez! Cela peut avoir un impact énorme sur vos performances et à leur amélioration!

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