Kenora Nordic and Biathlon Club athletes attended the fourth biathlon race of the season at Falcon Lake on January 28th, 2018. Sunday’s race followed a biathlon open house on Saturday afternoon at the Falcon Lake range where interested nordic skiers were able to try out their shooting skills. Race format was a Sprint event, which requires two trips into
Two days of biathlon races were held at Falcon Lake on January 6th and 7th, 2018, with several Kenora Nordic and Biathlon Club athletes attending. Race format on Saturday was an “Individual”, which requires four trips into the range to shoot and skiing five circuits on the trails. A one-minute time penalty was added to
***UPDATE*** The Kenora Nordic & Biathlon Club is preparing to host the Kenora Skiathlon/MB Cup #2 on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018. The skiathlon is the only event in which skiers use both ski techniques: classic and then skate. Racers begin with a mass start using classic technique and the longer skis and shorter poles, used for
Jesse Bachinsky appeared at his first Paranordic World Cup in Canmore, skiing a personal best in the Classic Sprint held on Saturday (Dec. 9th, 2017). During the 10km skate on Sunday, Jesse skied to 13th place in the world with an Olympic qualifying time. His next race is a 20km Classic Ski on Tuesday, Dec.
This past weekend (Dec. 9, 2017 & Dec. 10, 2017), Kenora skiers battled it out on the race course held at Sovereign Lake, BC. Racers from all across North America were in attendance, including both past Olympians, Olympians-to-be and Canada and USA National Ski Team members. Lisle Compton, of NDTC TBay (KNBC alumni), placed silver in