Quesnel athletes take on the final races in the 2015 B.C. Cup Biathlon Series held in Vanderhoof.

CSTC biathlon team at B.C. Cup #3

Vanderhoof hosted the last races of the 2015 B.C. Cup Biathlon series on Feb. 28 and March 1.

Vanderhoof hosted the last races of the 2015 B.C. Cup Biathlon series on Feb. 28 and March 1.

Congratulations to everyone on the Cariboo Ski Touring Club (CSTC) Biathlon Team for a great weekend of racing.

Quesnel had 12 athletes lining up on the start line – three of which were parents.

Good racing, great support from coaches and families, and sunny skies made for a successful finish to the B.C. Biathlon racing series.

Congratulations to all Quesnel biathletes who raced this season. Some biathletes will continued on to the Canadian National Biathlon Championships in Hinton, Alberta the following week.

A big cheer for Kyra Teetzen, Ryan Elden and Anni Kurta, who will race with Team BC at the National Championships March 10 – 15.

–Submitted by the CSTC

 

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