Biathlon Manitoba is inviting all interested athletes to take part in our Spring training camp on the weekend of June 21-22 at Falcon Lake. This camp will be open to all levels of athletes and appropriate coaching will be provided for all.
Athletes and their families have the option to sleep at the ski chalet on Saturday night. A potluck dinner is planned for Saturday evening.
Athletes will need to bring their own bag lunch for Saturday lunch.
The camp will cost $60 not including ammunition. Athletes who do not bring their own ammo will need to pay an additional $30.
Athletes who are not members of Biathlon Manitoba / Biathlon Canada will need to pay $10 per day for the day license and admin fee.
Registration link is now active – click here for Zone4 link
Biathlon Association of Manitoba
145 Pacific Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6
Ph. (204) 925-5687 Fax (204) 925-5792 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice of Meeting
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
Starts at 6:30 P.M.
145 Pacific Avenue
All voting members 16 years of age and over must have paid all outstanding dues to the Association by this time.
CANMORE, Alta.—Canada’s Megan Imrie is going to hang up her biathlon rifle to start cracking the books at university, and getting her hands dirty on the family ranch, Biathlon Canada announced on Monday.
The 28-year-old Imrie, of Falcon Lake, Man., retires from the National Biathlon Team after having competed for nearly one decade against the top athletes on the World Cup. One of the most respected and likeable athletes on the international circuit also represented Canada at the Sochi and Vancouver Games, along with three World Championships.
“I knew mentally and physically heading into this Olympic season that this would by my final year,” said Imrie. “Embracing that reality was a real spark for me this year. I was relaxed and just had fun. When you are having fun in sport, that is when the results come.”
Click HERE to read the Megan Imrie Retirement article posted on the Biathlon Canada website, and HERE to read the article in SkiTrax.com,