Kenora Nordic Biathlon Club is hosting a Spaghetti & Silent Auction Fundraiser in support of two local skiers, Lisle Compton and Jesse Bachinsky! Dinner begins at 5pm while the KNBC AGM takes place. The silent auction will also run from 5pm until 9pm. The fundraiser is to help off-set costs related to training and
Tim attended the International Masters Biathlon Championships in Kontiolahti Finland from March 22-25th, placing 21st in the Sprint event, 20th in the Individual event and 11th in the Relay, teaming up with two USA team biathletes. Tim was the only Canadian at the Finland races, which included many former Olympic participants from several countries.
Lisle Compton of Kenora Nordic captures the gold medal in the Junior Women’s pursuit race completed today. The pursuit race combines a day 1 classic race time with a day 2 skate time of the same distance putting Compton in the top national spot for her category! Follow the link below to read more about
Early Bird Season Passes are here. Save 13% on your purchase until August 31st, 2018. Buy a Family Season Membership and receive a FREE boot locker with your purchase. All Season Pass purchases must be done online now. We are now also offering instalment plans for each season pass to make purchasing a little easier
Mushing for Mutts is happening this weekend (March 2-4th, 2018). The event kicks off on Friday, March 2nd for a “Musher Mixer” event at1885 Wine & Whisky Room On Saturday, there will be races at Mt. Evergreen, a post-race lunch held atLake of the Woods Brewing Company, and then back to Mount Evergreen for
Kenora Nordic and Biathlon Club athletes attended the Biathlon Manitoba Provincial races at Falcon Lake on February 17 & 18th, 2018. Race format on Saturday was a Sprint event which requires two trips into the range to shoot and skiing three circuits on the trails. Racers had to ski an extra penalty
Monday, February 19th from 12 – 4 PM. Contact Tamara Howard for more information and registration. email@example.com or 807-407-3491 Backside Nines Inc. provides the opportunity for snowboarders to develop appropriate skill progression (learn to ride); also leading to an introduction to competition (learn to compete); as well as training for Nationals (train to compete). Coaches lead