Have you registered for the Special General Meeting?

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At the Annual General Meeting in Sept. 2020, members voted in favour of the motion to allow applications for a loan of up to $40,000 from the Canada Emergency Business Account program. Since that meeting, the CEBA program has been expanded to allow loans of up to $60,000. The board seeks approval from the members to apply for the additional funds. 

The Board of Directors invites you to a Special General Meeting on January 18th, 2021, at 07:00 pm to cast your vote.  

To make an informed decision please take the time to read the Meetings Notice and the Appendix A documents below:Meeting Notice

Appendix A 

To register for the meeting and to receive the link for the Zoom meeting by January 15, 2021, please follow this link: Special Meeting RegistrationPlease register no later than January 15, 2021, at 12:00 pmIf you wish to attend the meeting and haven’t registered before the deadline mentioned above, please contact our General Manager, Elmar Heger, directly at elmar@biathlon.ca

2021 Gernot Kostera Award application are open

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The Gernot Kostera Award was first presented to Alberta biathlete’s in 2008 after the passing of the former ABC President, Gernot Kostera, in 2007.

Alberta biathlete that are between 12 and 14 years old on January 1, 2021, can apply.

You can find more information on how to apply HERE or on the ABC website HERE.

Merry Christmas and all the best for 2021!

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We wish all our members and friends a Merry Christmas and the best possible start into 2021!

We would like to thank all our members, volunteers and clubs for staying active, healthy and engaged in your communities and we hope to see you all in 2021!

Our office will be closed between December 24, 2020, and January 5, 2021, but we are looking forward to another year with all of you!

Invitation to Special General Meeting

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At the Annual General Meeting in Sept 2020, members voted in favour of a motion to allow application for a loan of up to $40,000 from the Canada Emergency Business Account program. Since that meeting, the CEBA program has been expanded to allow for loans of up to $60,000. The board seeks approval from the members to apply for the additional funds and has scheduled this Special General Meeting for January 18th, 2021, at 07:00 pm.

Please find the official notice to the meeting HERE.

Further background information about the CEBA loan expansion application can be found HERE.

All members of Biathlon Alberta (stand December 17, 2020) will receive an email with a link to register for the meeting. If you are a member of Biathlon Alberta and have not received an email by December 19th, 2020, please contact our General Manger at elmar@biathlon.ca to receive the link for the registration.

Calforex Cup in Camrose postponed to a later date

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The Organizing Committee of the Calforex Cup event in Camrose and Biathlon Alberta regret to inform the Alberta biathlon community that the race weekend of January 16-17, 2021 will have to be postponed to a later date in the season.

We will post the new date as soon as it is determined.

Alberta Biathlon Club is looking for board members

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The Alberta Biathlon Club is looking for new board members to help to lead their organization and grow the sport of Biathlon in Alberta.

The Mission and Goals of ABC are to:

  • Promote, develop and increase participation in the sport of Biathlon in Alberta;
  • Foster the development, operation and maintenance of facilities for Biathlon for the use of its members and others, and;
  • Provide its members with opportunities and training for self-development, leadership, competition, recreation and sportsmanship in Biathlon.

For more information, please see a letter from the current President, Steve Hulsman, HERE!

Alberta Biathlon Club’s (ABC) Annual General Meeting coming up

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The Alberta Biathlon Club  (ABC) is having its Annual General Meeting on Thursday, December 10, 2020, at 7:00 PM via Zoom.   ABC is a volunteer-run organization. Please help us help the Biathlon youth community by volunteering for board positions. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Thank You!

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For more information about the ABC please click  HERE.

Update: Biathlon training can continue under COVID-19 restrictions

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Although we are very happy that the training in our clubs can continue we are aware that the current situation requires all Albertans to do their very best to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and we ask all our members to follow these rules strictly as we want to avoid at all costs that our training will be shut down in the future!
Training rules as of November 27, 2020


– The group size can not exceed 10 people (including coaches).
– No indoor group training (i.e. strength training)
1 on 1 indoor training is allowed! (Please see the “Travel” part below for travel out of your zone. You can check the status map HERE)
Gyms can be open for individual studio time, training or exercise only. There can be no group fitness, group classes, group training, team practices or games/competition.
A group is three or more people.
– All protocols (i.e. health checks before training, etc.) need to continue
– Physical distancing and wearing masks when physical distancing is not possible.


Athletes and coaches can travel to the ranges for their training sessions as these sessions.
Athletes and coaches that are travelling from an “enhanced” to an “open” area or the other way around CANNOT participate in any INDOOR activity!
All activities need to be outdoors should you leave your zone and need to be organized under the already established regulations of a 10 people group size and physical distancing/mask-wearing.

These measures will be in place for a minimum of three weeks and will be adjusted after that time in alignment with the case and hospitalization trends and with an understanding of whether these activities are a source of transmission.