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Relocation of 2017 North American / Canadian Championships

The 2017 North American / Canadian Championships have been relocated from Prince George to Canmore.

Canadian Men’s Biathlon Team Wraps Up World Championships Finishing 13th in Relay

HOCHFILZEN, Aut.—Canada’s biathletes will leave the World Championships with a clear understanding of the work that needs to be done over the next year to be ready for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

Julia Ransom Chalks Up Career Best 18th Place Individual Finish at Biathlon World Championships

HOCHFILZEN, Aut.—Julia Ransom continued her breakthrough season on the elite biathlon circuit with a personal-best 18th-place finish in the individual competition on Wednesday at the World Championships in Hochfilzen, Austria.

Scott Gow and Rosanna Crawford Lead Canadians into Top-30 at Biathlon World Championships

Gow skis to 25th place in men’s race, while Crawford settles for 26th in women’s sprint

Canadian Biathletes Open World Champs in 13th in Mixed Relay

HOCHFILZEN, Aut.—Canada’s top biathletes opened up the 2017 IBU World Championships with a 13th-place finish in the mixed relay competition on Thursday in Hochfilzen, Austria.

Canada’s Megan Bankes Wins Biathlon Silver at Junior IBU Cup in Czech Republic

NOVE MESTO, Cze.—Canada’s Megan Bankes had the biathlon race of her life winning the silver medal at the Junior IBU Cup in Nove Mesto, Czech Republic on Sunday.

2017 Winter Universiade

2017 Winter Universiade, Jan. 29 – Feb. 8 in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Canada sends 6 Student Athletes to compete in Biathlon.
Good Luck to all.

2017 World Championship Team Selection

The following athletes are selected to the Hochfilzen 2017 World Championships, Feb. 8th - 19th, 2017.
Scott Gow, Rosanna Crawford, Christian Gow, Julia Ransom, Brendan Green, Megan Tandy, Macx Davies and Emma Lunder.
Congratulations to all!

Scott Gow Enjoys Career Day at Biathlon World Cup in Italy Skiing to 17th

Gow nearly perfect on range missing one in solid day of shooting

Starbucks Barista Emma Lunder Serves Up Career Best 21st Place Finish at Biathlon World Cup

Megan Tandy posts season best individual start race, placing 33rd
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