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Expression of Interest – NCCP Introduction to Competition

Interested participants are encouraged to submit their preferred dates and preferred location(s) to Alan Ball at

Location - TBD based on participants locations.
Dates - Part 1: Late November, Part 2: February

The Alberta Biathlon Club (ABC) is pleased to announce that it will be partnering with the Alberta Hunter Education Instructor Association (AHEIA) to offer the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC)

All athletes 12 years of age or older are encouraged to acquire a Minor Firearms License or Possession and Acquisition License (PAL) to participate in the sport of Biathlon.
Who can attend: Attendees must be 12 yrs of age on the first day of the class (November 7, 2016). Parents, guardians and family members involved in Biathlon in Alberta are welcome to attend.

Coaching Application for Nationals

Interested coaches of all experience levels are encouraged to apply

Roster (number and staffing may vary with team size and composition):
• Head Coach – Richard Boruta
• Assistant Coach – Lowell Niven
• Up to 3 Assistant Coaches (one of whom must be female)
• Head Wax Tech – To be Confirmed
• Logistics Manager – Jordan McGuire

* Additional Wax Techs will be selected from the Assistant Coaches

Deadline: Applications must be submitted to office via e-mail by December 10th, 2016.

Canmore Nordic Ski Swap – October 29-30

Consignment begins October 29 at the BWTC
Sale October 30 at the BWTC

Biathlon Masters International Championships 16.-19.3.2017

March 16-19, 2017

Welcome To Biathlon Masters International Championships!
Biathlon Masters International Championships is a series of competitions for biathletes above 35 years old. The event takes place in Kontiolahti, Finland each year.

Welcome Jordan – New GM at Biathlon Alberta

Although new to the sport of Biathlon Jordan has experience with zone4 and event coordination and is extremely excited for the opportunity to learn and be a contributing team player to the sport of Biathlon.

2016 -17 Team Alberta Selection Criteria

2017 National Biathlon Championships Prince George, British Columbia March 6 – 12, 2017
Team Alberta, attending the 2017 Canadian Biathlon Championships (NCH), will be comprised of both Selected and Sanctioned athletes.
Selected Athletes refers to the 18 IBU athletes, 6 Senior Boy/Girl athletes and 2 Masters athletes chosen according to the process described below.
Sanctioned Athletes are those athletes deemed to have met the minimum performance criteria and are therefore eligible for sanctioning by Biathlon Alberta to attend the National Championships as part of Team Alberta.
The maximum team size will be 35 athletes.

Farewell from the General Manager

Biathlon Alberta members,

As some of you know, I'm departing Biathlon Alberta for another opportunity. I wish to thank everyone at Biathlon Alberta for their help and kindness over the past year as I learned on the job. Many thanks go to the Board, local race organizing committees, and all the volunteers and parents who work so hard to make biathlon run in Alberta. Although it sounds corny it's true: we do it all for the athletes.

It was a great year and I leave with many found memories. I wish everyone all the best!

Darcy Gullacher

Biathlon Alberta is Hiring!

Biathlon Alberta is looking for a General Manager!

Champions Fund – Grants for Female Athletes

The Champions Fund was created by Canada’s dairy farmers to empower the female athletic community, to provide a resource that can help change the game for Canada’s young girls and women athletes.
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