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Race Provincial Fall/Winter
Race Provincial Full Year
|Dates||Sep 11, 2021 - March 5, 2022||May 3, 2021 - March 5, 2022||Practice Locations and details are communicated using Coach's Calendar|
|Number of Sessions||71||121|
Sep 11 -Nov 13
Nov 16* - March 5*
May 3-June 26
July 6-Sep 2
Sep 11 -Nov 13
Nov 16*-March 5
*Tuesday schedule change day will be snowfall dependent
Shooting practice will happen at -17 for evenings and -20 during the day but not colder.
See our COLD WEATHER POLICY
|Registration Deadline||May 31, 2021||May 31, 2021||All participants must have a Biathlon BC membership and CNSC membership. Range pass for Athletes is included in registration fees.|
|Cost||$675||$1,150||Fees include wax at club supported races and range fees|
The Race Provincial Biathlon Team at Caledonia Nordic Ski Club (“CNSC”) represents the Learn-to-Compete and Train-to-Compete on the Long Term Athlete Development guide. Athletes have the option to do the program for fall and winter only, or commit to a full year.
The program is supported year round by Biathlon Head Coach Ali Cadell, as well as dedicated volunteer club coaches and parents. We provide:
Access to summer, fall and winter club/regional/provincial training camps
Strength program including Instruction in proper strength and weight lifting techniques
Video analysis of technique
Training during the off season will include a variety of active transportation modes and ski related activities
This program is focused on training and racing. We work together as a team, with combined parent support. If a parent is unable to travel with their athlete, please arrange with another family for travel and support.
The Senior Racers organize participation in the CCBC Teck Cup race series sanctioned by Cross Country BC and the BiBC Cup competition series sanctioned by Biathlon BC. In addition the group may attend club level races, NorAm competitions, provincial and national championships.
This year the following races will be coach supported:
(to be announced)
Athletes are required to read, understand, sign and fulfill our Athlete Code of Conduct. This is a training and racing program. Athletes should have a desire to train year-round and to compete at provincial and national levels. A commitment to scheduled team training sessions in the summer and fall and to completing independent training at home and on snow is expected. Daily training logs (including resting heart rates, sleep hours, energy levels, etc) are introduced and used so that coaches can monitor training responses and give appropriate training advice. Athletes are expected to be proactive in informing coaches of upcoming events & activities that may conflict with scheduled training.
Note: We encourage multi-sport involvement for enjoyment and to develop a full range of athletic abilities. Older athletes often have work and other responsibilities. The Head Coach will meet with athletes and parents pre-season to preview schedules, clarify goals & mutual expectations to outline a plan that balances the individual needs of the athlete with the needs of running a cohesive club program. The Head Coach will be flexible in helping to determine the right balance and reserves the right to set minimum training and attendance requirements.
Athletes are expected to have all the required equipment, see the list below:
Please fill out and submit the following forms to the Head Coach prior to the program start date:
All biathletes must have a biathlon rifle. There are a number of club rifles available to new biathletes on a first come first served basis, rental is $165 for the first year and $215 for subsequent years. Athletes who intend to compete for several years in biathlon are encouraged to purchase their own rifle so that it may be adjusted to their particular requirements.
A firearms PAL (possession acquisition license) is required before anyone can take a rifle home for dry firing practice.
All biathletes must pay for the ammunition they use. Typical ammo cost for a year is between $140.00 and $400.00.
Parents are required to read, understand, sign and fulfill our Parent Code of Conduct It is expected that at least one parent will assist in program sessions and activities. Parents will be asked during registration their desired role.
Positive People + Positive Place + Positive Sport = Positive Culture
This project was funded by, or funded in part by, a grant from viaSport BC and the Province of British Columbia.