The Army National Guard the National Guard sports Office at (802) 8997122 or the National Guard biathlonTraining Center at (802) 899-1185. Mens 20km individual biathlon race. http://www.arng.army.mil/news/sports/
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Extractions: Saratoga Biathlon Club HOME Information Racing Schedule/info Training Schedule Members Directory Join the Club Photos Contact Links Bill Koch League Next Event: Shooting Clinic June 15th The Summer Schedule is set: Races: Other Events: Summer Biathlon - June 22 Summer Biathlon - June 23 Summer Biathlon - August 31 Mountain Bike Biathlon - September 1 Eastern Biathlon Festival - October 12-14 ...
The Army National Guard The sports Reports. Women's 15km individual biathlon race. Results.Spc. Sarah Riley, Michigan Army National Guard, winner of the http://www.arng.army.mil/news/news_view.asp?nav_link_id=95&news_id=586
The National Sports Center - CODP one of the fastest growing spectator sports in Europe in his third year with the JuniorNational biathlon team Bill finished first in the individual race, second http://www.nscsports.com/codp/biathlon.html
Extractions: Biathlon is the exciting sport that combines the physical demands of fast-paced cross-country skiing with the precision and control of rifle marksmanship. Overall, biathlon is becoming one of the fastest growing spectator sports in Europe. In the event, the biathlete is required to race several kilometers on challenging terrain with a .22 caliber rifle harnessed to their back, and then shoot either standing or prone (lying on the stomach) at targets 50 meters away. Skiing and shooting are alternated, requiring the athlete to push their body to their limits during skiing, and then quickly calm their body and heartbeat enough to be able to hit the targets. The Minnesota Biathlon Community Olympic Development Program combines local weekly training with intensive instruction during camps at a variety of training locations in Minnesota and Olympic Training Centers throughout the nation. Along with local training, biathletes participate in camps. Nearly 70 CODP biathletes train throughout the state. The Minnesota Biathlon Community Olympic Development Program is the largest and most successful junior biathlon program in the nation.
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INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE - SPORTS Although all biathlon disciplines combine skiing and individual In the individualevent, women race 15km and Olympic sports Choose a sport. http://www.olympic.org/uk/sports/programme/disciplines_uk.asp?DiscCode=BT
Extractions: Norway's Ole Einar Bjoerndalen the men's 10Km biathlon sprint at the Winter Olympics Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2002, at Soldier Hollow in Midway, Utah. Bjoerndalen won the gold medal. ASSOCIATED PRESS "Before the start, I was a little bit afraid because I went so late with the start number today," said Bjoerndalen, who was the last top contender to begin the Soldier Hollow Course. "For me, it was a little bit tough for my head. But I (did) my race, and it was OK."
INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE - SPORTS biathlon events consisted of a single men's race In the shorter individual race andthe relay Olympic sports Choose a sport. http://www.olympic.org/uk/sports/programme/history_uk.asp?DiscCode=BT
Eurosport - WINTER SPORTS 8. Sendel 1135 biathlon And it's official, Halvard Hanevold claims gold inthe men's 20km individual race after missing only one out of 20 targets. http://www.eurosport.com/home/pages/V3/L0/S193/E5625/live_Lng0_Spo193_Evt5625.sh
Extractions: Cross-Country Skiing - The third exchange sees Sweden still in the lead, Estonia has taken over second from Norway who is now third!! And we're off for the final relay! This is a very close relay and there are five skiers in front who can bring home the title: Brink - Sweden, Narusk- Estonia, Hofstad - Norway, Zorzi- Italy and Teichmann - Germany
USATODAY.com - World Championships Preview: Biathlon Winter sports glance. world championships could produce some new faces in the biathlonelite. Andrea Henkel and Kati Wilhelm each taking an individual title and http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/winter/2003-03-14-preview-biathlon_x.htm
Extractions: Click here to get the Daily Briefing in your inbox Posted 3/14/2003 6:19 PM RELATED STORIES World Championships: Biathlon Bjoerndalen closes with another gold Russian women 1-2 in mass start Germany edges Russia in men's relay Russia wins women's relay ... Preview Olympic recap Results Index More winter sports Winter sports glance World Championships preview: Biathlon From staff reports Biathlon, the sport that combines skiing and shooting, has a devoted following in parts of Europe but has yet to make much headway in the United States. The unique format of penalizing skiers for their misses on the shooting range often leads to dramatic races. This year's world championships could produce some new faces in the biathlon elite. The women's field is wide-open with Sweden's Magdalena Forsberg retired and Norway's Liv Grete Poiree out with a newborn baby. The men's favorite has to be Norway's Ole Einar Bjoerndalen, who won four golds in Salt Lake City. Time and place: March 15-23 in Khanty Mansiysk, Russia
Extractions: Results by FLEET FEET Sports (www.fleetfeetsports.com, 636-939-0162) Place Name Age Age Group RUN BIKE Total Place Name Age Age Group RUN BIKE Total Place Name Age Age Group RUN BIKE Total 201 TODD VANDEWATER 37 30 M 35-39 50:04 1:40:47 2:30:51 202 JOHN NELSON 49 28 M 45-49 42:10 1:53:29 2:35:39 203 LARRY LISZEWSKI 45 29 M 45-49 43:32 1:54:48 2:38:20 204 BOB CHISM 52 33 M 50-59 42:40 1:59:32 2:42:12 205 VIRGINIA HEISLER 45 18 F 40-49 50:54 1:52:56 2:43:50 206 DAN VOGEL 31 15 M 30-34 53:31 1:50:39 2:44:10 207 SHEILA NADWORNY 25 8 F 16-29 49:45 2:02:03 2:51:48 Software: The Race Director, Race Management Systems, firstname.lastname@example.org
MILLSTADT BIATHLON - INDIVIDUAL - AGEGROUP MILLSTADT biathlon individual. Age Group Results. September 08, 2002. Results byFLEET FEET sports (www.fleetfeetsports.com, 636939-0162) Overall Female Winners. http://www.fleetfeetsports.com/RaceResults/RaceResults/MILLSTADT_2002_INDIV_AG.H
Extractions: Results by FLEET FEET Sports (www.fleetfeetsports.com, 636-939-0162) Place Name Age Overall RUN BIKE Total 1 SUE BURTON 40 1 32:47 1:04:04 1:36:51 2 AMY STRAHAN 34 2 37:42 1:02:21 1:40:03 3 BETTY CHASSER 36 3 40:18 1:01:23 1:41:41 Place Name Age Overall RUN BIKE Total 1 RAINA LARSEN 26 5 32:38 1:12:39 1:45:17 2 REBECCA HAVENS 23 6 35:51 1:11:02 1:46:53 3 KRISTINE KAMMERER 28 14 44:27 1:11:48 1:56:15 4 ALLISON CUNNINGHAM 28 21 43:53 1:19:32 2:03:25 5 SARA MARTINEZ 23 28 45:36 1:21:44 2:07:20 6 REGINA WILLIAMS 24 31 44:13 1:23:25 2:07:38 7 MANDI HICKAM 27 41 43:45 1:30:12 2:13:57 8 SHEILA NADWORNY 25 51 49:45 2:02:03 2:51:48 Place Name Age Overall RUN BIKE Total 1 STACY BRAGG 34 9 10:36 1:50:36 2 TONI BECKER 31 11 37:22 1:14:04 1:51:26 3 DANA COUGHLIN 32 16 38:47 1:17:51 1:56:38 4 JENNIFER KELLY 32 19 40:39 1:18:34 1:59:13 5 KAREN DILL-SIEGEL 34 24 44:00 1:21:59 2:05:59 6 RACHEL MULLINS 34 29 39:03 1:28:22 2:07:25 7 TRACEY CLARK 31 33 41:29 1:27:23 2:08:52 8 KATHLEEN McALEENAN 31 43 46:29 1:30:32 2:17:01 9 ROSE MCDONALD 33 45 48:31 1:30:35 2:19:06
1800-Olympics.com -- Winter Olympics: Biathlon The individual event (15km for women and 20km for men The biathlon 4 x 7.5km Relayevent. Other Winter sports Bobsleigh in the Winter Olympics Curling in the http://www.travelnotes.org/1800/Olympics/Biathlon.htm
Extractions: Turin 2006 Quick Jump Reservations Africa Asia Europe Middle East Latin America Oceania North America Travel Articles E-mail Login Search The Web Message Boards Send A Postcard Meta-Travel Internet Directory Dooyoo Australia The Biathlon An Olympic sport since 1960, the Biathlon event stems from a way of life hunting for food in winter and a military need to defend land borders in snowy conditions. Biathlon as a sport is a test of cross-country skiing and rifle-shooting and within the Olympic discipline, the biathlon has eight events:
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About This Sport: Nordic Skiing Qualifications In biathlon and crosscountry long distance, the classes too few competitors to warrantan individual class competition made by the Nordic Skiing sports Assembly http://paralympics2002.com/sports/nordic/no_ats/nordic_qualification.html
Extractions: In order for an athlete to qualify in Nordic Skiing (cross-country and biathlon individual) events in the Salt Lake 2002 Paralympic Winter Games, he or she must have obtained an individual result at an IPC/FIS Nordic Skiing-sanctioned competition between 1 March 1998 and 7 January 2002. His or her race time must not be more than 30 percent behind the average time of the first three competitors in his or her class or category, depending on the class system used. If an NPC does not qualify athletes by the above process in this category, the NPC may enter one male and/or one female providing it can be verified that the athlete(s) are of appropriate caliber. Only athletes from NPCs recognized by the IPC may enter competitions in the Paralympic Games. Special Considerations
Extractions: During a biathlon race, athletes have the daunting task of combining two very different sports: cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. The word "biathlon" stems from the Greek word for two contests. What began as a means of survival - skiing to hunt for food and skiing with weapons to defend territory - ultimately became a military competitive sport. Biathlon was included as a military exercise in the first Olympic Winter Games in 1924 and continued as a demonstration sport in 1928, 1936 and 1948, but was removed from the Games after World War II because of post-war sensitivities. Officially, biathlon was added to the program at the 1960 Olympic Winter Games in Squaw Valley, California with a men's 20-km individual event. In 1968, the four-man relay event was added to the program and the sprint competition was included 12 years later in the 1980 Olympic Winter Games in Lake Placid, New York. In 1992, women made their Olympic biathlon debut with individual, sprint and relay events in the Olympic Winter Games in Albertville. The men's and women's pursuit events will be contested for the first time in the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Nordic nations and Russians have traditionally dominated the sport. Eight biathlon events in the Olympic program combine skiing and marksmanship (shooting at a coin-sized target from a distance of 50 meters). There are four different races and two distinct ways of starting the competitions: one at a time at 30-second intervals and a mass start. Countries are awarded up to six competitors of each gender and a maximum of four athletes per event. A maximum of 220 athletes, 112 men and 108 women, will compete in the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Paralympic Games 2002 - Sports Program biathlon (individual). Locomotor Standing and Blind Mens 7.5km, Womens 7.5km. StatusAugust 2001. Next DocumentSports, Disability Groups and Classification http://www.paralympic.org/games/2002/03.asp
Extractions: var urlNext = "04.asp" var urlPrev = "" var urlIndx = "content.asp" Paralympic Games Salt Lake City Help Events Mens Downhill Womens Downhill Mens Super G Womens Super G Mens Giant Slalom Womens Giant Slalom Mens Slalom Womens Slalom Events Locomotor Standing and Blind Mens Short Distance 5km Womens Short Distance 5km Mens Middle Distance 10km Womens Middle Distance 10km Mens Long Distance 20km Womens Long Distance 15km Sitski Mens Short Distance 5km Womens Short Distance 2.5km Mens Middle Distance 10km Womens Middle Distance 5km Mens Long Distance 15km Womens Long Distance 10km Mens - 1x2.5km (sitting classes) + 2x5km (standing LW and B classes)