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Cadet Biathlon

Cadet biathlon develops power, endurance, strength, skill, precision and calm under pressure for cadets. The sport is a combination of cross-country skiing and marksmanship. But it is not that simple. After skiing fast and hard, biathletes must calm themselves to take accurate and controlled shots at targets 50 meters away. In a single race cadet competitors can ski up to 10 kilometers and shoot 20 targets. For the cadet, the clock is always running. It's action-packed, physically-demanding and extraordinary to watch.

 

Biathlon is just one of the many opportunities the Cadet Program can offer Canada’s youth. Check into a cadet corps or squadron near you to learn more about what Cadets has to offer.

 

 

About

About

Cadet Biathletes from across the country go head-to-head during the Cadet National Biathlon Championships at the Myriam Bédard biathlon center, Valcartier, Quebec, March 3 to March 6, 2016. The championships, comprised of 130 cadet biathletes and 50 cadet officials, consists of four races and combines cross country skiing and marksmanship. The championship reinforces the core values of the Cadet Program by developing and promoting a physically active lifestyle and self-discipline, increasing self-confidence, and providing a sense accomplishment for the participating cadets.

2016 Championship Schedule

2016 Championship Schedule

Thursday 3 March 2016:

 

  • 1000 hrs Opening Ceremony
  • 1330 hrs Team Sprint female
  • 1400 hrs Team Sprint male

 

Friday 4 March 2016:

 

  • 1030 hrs Relay female
  • 1200 hrs Relay male

 

Saturday 5 March 2016:

 

  • 1030 hrs Patrol female
  • 1200 hrs Patrol male

 

Sunday 6 March 2016:

 

  • 1000 hrs Mass Start male
  • 1230 hrs Mass Start female
  • 1600 hrs Awards Ceremony

 

Live Results

Live Results

2014 Championship race results will be available beginning March 3, 2016  on the CCO Extranet at https://portal-portail.cadets.gc.ca.

 

Videos

Videos

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