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.
Due to the recent snow dump, Provincial Championships March 10 and 11 has been moved from Blue Mountain to Qu’appele Valley Nordic near Lumsden.
Sprint Race: Sat March 10: 12:00 zero, 1:00 Race (shoot two times)
Relay Format Race: Sun Mar 11: 10:00 zero, 11:00 Race (shoot two times with three extra bullets to hit all your targets.
Cost One day $15 Both days $25 with lunch provided on Sunday. Register on
(Apologies in advance to any athletes who have registered already and won’t be able to make it to Lumsden, Email me and i will send out a full refund.) firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug 306 445 6687
March 3 and 4
Regina hosted races - Regina Wildlife Federation 12:00 zero on Saturday and 10:00 zero on Sunday.
Cost - $15 for one day, $25 for two days.
Saturday evening group Pizza meal $15 (pizza, lasagna, salad, soda. coffee) http://jamesonsongrant.com (please pay in advance - including parents - so the venue can plan for staff and food) Hotdog roast - noonish on Sunday.
Note: With highway construction - the access is changed. You need to be on the transCanada - north service road between Pilot Butte and White City. From the north service, the road north to the Regina Wildlife Federation is now called Stone Point Road (is directly north of the White City Arena). The security gate will be open.
see all on Saturday. any questions => Merle cell 737 4585
Sask Cup #7 and #8 scheduled for Feb 3 and 4 and Regina and QVN have been cancelled due to the cold.
For those families with athletes going to the Saskatchewan Winter Games for Cross Country or Biathlon, there are a few accommodations available for the games.
Book soon as accommodations are filling up in the Battlefords area.
Hillside Cabin-available Feb 18-22
Redwood Cabin- available Feb 18-21
Owl's Nest- available Feb 19-23
The range and trail conditions at the Regina Wildlife Federation remain satisfactory for our weekly group training; however, we decided that the extra quality and depth of snow needed to support 2 days of racing is just not good enough. We need at least 1 full inch of hard pack on the icy base to turn these conditions around, to allow for safety of hill climbs and connections to White Butte Park. The weather forecast does not indicate any chance of that, so we are moving our race to Blue Mountain. Sorry of the short notice.
Discussions with Doug: (Maximize flexibility and fun.) Race formats TBA.
Saturday - zero at 12:00 - race at 1:00 ski practice camp after.
Sunday - zero early morning (9:00), finish near noon. Wiener roast lunch.
$15 for one day - $25 for 2 days.
This race is intended to be FUN and a challenging learning experience for our novices up to HP - of all ages. Those without any biathlon experience are welcome to start on these days.
The SWF Biathlon Cup that was scheduled for January 13 and 14 at QVN has been postponed to March 3 and 4.
Due to the cold weather, the Blue Mountain Skate and Classic has been postponed to March 17. Refunds will be issued to those that cannot attend the new date.
The North Battleford club is hosting a Skate and Classic Loppet on December 30 at Blue Mountain. This will also be a test event for the Sask Winter Games.
Click here for more information and how to register.
Mat Hudec will have some hats he designed for sale on Saturday, December 2 at the Sask Cup race. This is a fundraiser for him. Hats will cost $30.
A reminder to people thinking of racing at the first Noram in Canmore Nov 25, 26 that the Rooms at the Windtower (and the decent rate) will be released this Friday.
For younger Biathletes looking for an out-of -province race to try out, the Nor Am 1/Alberta Cup/Calforex race in Canmore Nov 24-26 would be an excellent race to start out with. (or, possibly Westerns in Red Deer in February) We mostly all stay at the Windtower.
To book at the Windtower call 403 609 6600 and mention the Biathlon Saskatchewan Rate and switch the room out of my name into yours (which includes all the bacon that you can eat and parking)
Standard Bedroom $89 (One Queen Bed)
One Bedroom Suite $129
Two Bedroom Suite $209