Biathlon Team Building Experience (coming soon)

BATC PROGRAM OVERVIEW AND APPLICATION FORM

The application for the 2023-24 BATC is now closed! If you are interested in the 2024-25 program, please email our Head Coach, Rachel Koroscil, at rachel@biathlon.ca.

Athletes were informed by April 3, 2023, if they are accepted to the program and needed to confirm their spots by April 10, 2023, by paying the team fee deposit and confirming their acceptance in writing.

2023-2024 BATC Program Description and Costs 

Click here to fill out the 2023-24 BATC-Athlete-Application-Form 

The Biathlon Alberta Training Center (BATC) in Canmore, Alberta is dedicated to developing committed, high-performance athletes in the sport of biathlon. As a training centre, our goals are to build the next generation of Olympians while continuing to strengthen the sport of biathlon in Canada.

Our Biathlon Alberta Training Centre is based below Ehagay Nakoda (Last Nakoda Mountain)  and we acknowledge that we are training on the ancestral lands of the Blackfoot, Stoney Nakoda, and T’suu Tina people.

Vision

Athletes and Coaches from the BATC will be recognized as leaders of Canada’s national biathlon program.

Mission

To initiate and augment developmental opportunities in Alberta that target nationally competitive athletes and coaches, to prepare them for international success.

Partner & Supporter

The BATC program couldn’t run without the support of these great companies and people:

     

Become a Partner & Supporter

The BATC is always looking for new Partner to grow our support network! We highly value our partners’ engagement and help to continue creating the best biathlon development program in North America.

For more information on the Biathlon Alberta Training Center contact:

Rachel Koroscil, Head Coach BATC rachel@biathlon.ca

Elmar Heger, General Manager, Biathlon Alberta elmar@biathlon.ca

Clayton Paradis, Biathlon Alberta President president@biathlon.ca

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Our Biathlon Alberta Training Centre is based below Ehagay Nakoda (Last Nakoda Mountain)  and we acknowledge that we are training on the ancestral lands of the Blackfoot, Stoney Nakoda and T’suu Tina people.