Biathlon Pictures from Summer 2013 - Thanks to Tom Lane!
Vermont Biathlon/EABC Uniform information here (includes sizing info)
Read the VT Sports Race Review of the EABC Cyclocross Biathlon here!
Thank you to Elizabeth Geraghty for sharing these photos of the Junior World Trials!

2014 North American and US National Biathlon Rollerski Championships

North American Championships - August 8 to 10, 2014

US Championships (Seniors) - August 15 to 17, 2014
Update - August 17 race format changed from Pursuit to Mass Start

Invitation

EABC Thursday Night Race Series

A 6 race summer (running) biathlon race series will be held on Thursday evenings throughout July and August (July 10, 17, 24, August 7, 14, 21). These races are open to beginners as well as experienced biathletes. We love to see new people try it out. Races distances are typically 4 to 6 kilometers. Safety clinic, instruction and rifles are available for novices. Awards are given at the end of the series. Registration 5:00 to 5:30 PM, Novice Clinic at 5:30 PM, zero 5:30 to 6:15 PM, Race Start at 6:30 PM. Cost is $10 per race ($5 for EABC members) or $50 for the series ($25 for EABC members). If this is your first biathlon race, please be there on time so we can give you plenty of shooting practice and make sure you get through the safety clinic. If you miss the safety clinic you miss the race. Help picking up after is always appreciated. Bring a friend to help on the range and race free.
July 10 Results | July 17 Results | July 24 Results


Directions to Ethan Allen Biathlon Range - Google Map

NOTE: Some GPS navigation systems are directing drivers to the Range via Nashville Road. You cannot reach the Range via Nashville Road. You must enter via Ethan Allen Drive.
Once at the base, Pass through the gate onto new pavement. Turn right on Essayons Road (just past "Red House" on your left) and after one mile (at 20 mph!) you will come to the range. NOTE: In the Google Map link above, Essayons Road is labeled as West Hill Road. Please obey the posted base speed limit of 20 mph. There are many army personnel walking on the roads as well as army vehicles. Anyone who is caught speeding will be asked to leave the base. They are serious about this!!