Where will you be August 16 to 18? Hopefully, the answer is at QVN taking part in the 3rd EPIC summer biathlon camp. Led by Gregg Campbell and Doug Sylvester, this camp for biathletes age 8 to 88 guarantees you’ll have some fun, meet new (or old) friends, and learn something new. Registration is now open! Go https://www.qvn.ca/events learn more and register. See you at the range!
Dryland: Intro To Competition
A weekend course was held at QVN (thanks for the building use) where 12 coaches took the first part of their technical training. Special thanks to the redheaded guy from Medicine Hat and Kaycee for providing original artwork for the camp.
INTRODUCTORY BIATHLON CAMP
Date: July 2 - 4
Place: Blue Mountain
To Register: Call Doug Sylvester 306 445 6887
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost - Free
Rollerskis (call if you need a pair)
1 brick ammo
trigger lock, soft case if you have
shooting gloves, sock for elbow
swim gear – goggles in case we have a triathlon
Mountain Bike if you have
Running Shoes, Pillows sleeping bags, towel
Note: You must be paid up members of Biathlon Sask.
Click here to register as an individual participant – https://zone4.ca/register.asp?id=20944&lan=1&cartlevel=1
Due to difficulty in securing reasonably priced accommodations in Canmore, the Biathlon Sask Development Camp (July 2,3,4) has been relocated to Blue Mountain. (Sorry for the inconvenience) Meet at the range to 9:00 on July 2. The camp has no charge but athletes and their families are responsible for their own accommodations. Cabin can be rented or you can camp. Let me know if you are thinking of attending and I will email a full schedule…email@example.com
Biathlon Saskatchewan’s major sponsor, Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, will be hosting a FISH FRY on January 25 at the Moose Jaw Wildlife Federation building. All proceeds from this meal will be donated to Biathlon Saskatchewan. This is a huge opportunity for our organization as this fundraiser has raised upwards of $6000 in the past. It is important that our athletes and families have a presence at this event so that the Wildlife Federation will continue to support us in this manor in the future.
There will be two seatings, one at 5:30 and one at 7:00, with 100 tickets sold at each seating. Athletes will be needed at both seatings to clear tables, help serve, help clean up afterwards and interact with guests. There will be a job for everyone!
The fish dinner is delicious and worth the drive. The QVN race is scheduled for Jan. 25 and 26, so many of you should be in the neighbourhood anyway! Please support our sponsor at this event!
I will be emailing club presidents with information on how to distribute tickets... tickets can be pre-purchased and picked up at the door.
Thanks in advance for your support!
Regina Biathlete, Logan Pletz skate-skied and shot his way onto the Canadian National Youth Team (U18) at trials races held recently in Quebec. A gold medal in the 7.5 km sprint and a silver in the 12.5 km pursuit helped Pletz to secure one of four coveted spots and earned him the chance to represent Canada at the Youth World Biathlon Championships held January 26 - February 3 in Orsblie, Slovakia.
Click here to read the full press release.
Regina Biathlon Club is pleased to host 2 days of races Jan 12 and 13, 2019.
Saturday - late start - noon zero, 1:00 race
Sunday - early start - 9:30 zero, 10:30 race (hot dog fire pit after)
Saturday evening -- Western Pizza south Albert Street (across from Superstore) -- $15 pp -- please pay for all family members attending via zone4
Cost for racing remains the same as previous years at $15 pp per day or $25 for both days.
Late registrations and race/pizza payments welcome up to time of the Zero.
All ages and abilities and experiences will be accomodated. We have injured skiers who will be accomodated. Master Class will be accomodated. If interest -- especially from our novice Masters group and out-of-shape recreational athletes -- we will offer: the "Ice, Advil, and Beer" class - laps and routes TBA at the start line. (will be more fun than the - Fast and Fossil group.)
RWF biathlon range will have the gate open. Location maps on reginabiathlonclub.ca.
Ski Trails ARE in excellent shape including the Cherry Hills of White Butte Park. We have been training on snow since early December. Come race then spend time after with a family ski on the entire trail system...
Thanks to the generous sponsors SaskMilk, FAE, RWF, SWF, the Union of Grain Elevator Employees! and to the RSC for the loan of the snowmobile and roller packer!!
text 306 737 4585 home 306 585 1320 firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to the following athletes. They will represent Saskatchewan at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer.
(Alternate -Nathan Kuntz)
The Blue Mountain Skate and Classic Lopett originally scheduled for December 15 has been moved to Sat Mat 16 - (same time 10:00). Any people who have signed up and can’t make the new date or who want a full refund email email@example.com
Biathlon Races at Blue Mountain rescheduled to Dec 8 and 9 have been postponed until the new year. We are close to having enough snow but not quite enough for a race. The races will be rescheduled. There will be a full refund of race fees if you can’t make the next date.
Unfortunately there is not quite enough snow at Blue Mountain to host a race this weekend so the SWF / trials race will be be moved to the backup date of Dec 8/9.
If anyone can’t make this alternate date email me firstname.lastname@example.org for a full refund.
The Biathlon Sask Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday, September 15 at the Travelodge Hotel in Saskatoon. The meeting will begin at 1 pm following the Sask Ski AGM which begins at 11:30 am. Lunch will be served at the Sask Ski meeting.
Click here for the meeting agenda.
We hope to see you there.
QVN is pleased to announce 2 guest speakers are the Meridian QVN Camp on August 25. At noon, Dr. Gary Wobeser will speak to athletes and parents. At 2:30 Kaylan Berg will speak to female athletes.
Please click here to read their biographies.