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So as we are winding up our summer training camps, here is a small photo review of some recent events. Thought it appropriate to include a few picturesque shots of the moist foggy, fall weather that captures the beauty of our own Falcon Biathlon Facility. The most recent was a Canada Games ID Camp that wound up a couple of weekends ago at Falcon Trails with coaches Gregg Campbell, Heather Willis and Caleigh Christie. The athletes participated in a team building activity constructing Inukshuks on a picturesque rocky outcrop, alongside plenty of combo training, precision shooting drills, cardio workouts, sauna and yoga. Thanks also to the parent volunteers who cleared trails, chopped trees and fed everyone. We also have a group photo from Falcon's Fall Training Camp and yet more reminder snaps of our fantastic annual trip to the Canmore Biathlon Facility with our former Manitoba coach Rachel Koroscil. Here's also a hearty shoutout to Saskatchewan's Qu'Appelle Valley Nordic Club, who invited Manitoba biathletes to join in their biathlon training camp just after Canmore. The hosts were welcoming and the camp was very well designed. The parent volunteers are currently busy building a new range, clubhouse and a challenging network of trails. Hopefully, in the future we will have the opportunity to get our clubs together for future race and training events" Written by Doug Smith
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WTG Rosanna Crawford, Biathlete!
Lenny Valjas and Rosanna Crawford win Frozen Thunder skate sprint presented by Buff Canada; Reed Godfrey & Shilo Rousseau are Junior Champs! Haywood RACE Report: http://bit.ly/2eZzgip Lenny Valjas & Rosanna Crawford remportent l’épreuve de sprint libre de Frozen Thunder, présenté par Buff Canada, alors que Reed Godfrey & Shilo Rousseau remportent les catégories Junior. Reportage de COMPÉTITION Haywood: http://bit.ly/2fzSBbO Team Hardwood Canmore Nordic Ski Club Biathlon Canada
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