MN Cup: Biathlon Race & Novice Race at Mt.Itasca – Sat, March 10, 2018 – RESULTS

Minnesota Cup: Biathlon Race & Novice Race

Hosted by Mt.Itasca Nordic Ski Association

Biathlon Results: Mass Start, 3.10.2018
10K Mass Start (5×2.0K) – Overall Results
Place Categ. Name Shooting Time
1 1YM Garrett Beckrich 2132 30:03
2 1SM Jake Dalberg 2130 31:43
3 2YM Hunter Zupko 1223 31:58
4 1MM Frank Gangi 4221 36:38
5 1B Frank  Gangi Jr. 1355 43:08
7.5K Mass Start (5×1.5K) – Overall Results
Place Categ. Name Shooting Time
1 1YW Emma Stertz 1123 30:54
2 1G Kaisa Bosek 1121 32:23
3 1B Ryker Bosek 1000 32:45 PP PP PS PS
4 2YW Stormy Hegg 2213 33:15
5 2G Emma Watson 1103 36:36
6 3YW Cheresa Bouley 3152 37:37
7 3G Lucy Watson 1311 38:18
8 4G Clara Kramer 3554 38:59
NOVICE RACE 3×1.5K
Place Categ. Name Shooting Time
1 M52 Tom Wagner O1 17:16
2 M16 Joseph DelToro 30 17:39
3 M17 Zach Fouguerel 21 18:18
4 M16 Railey Schollett O1 18:30
5 M16 Jack Lee 24 18:38
6 M28 Jordan Fellbaum OO 19:31
7 M14 Jon Hakala 32 20:45
8 M16 John Stockard 20 21:09
9 M12 Ethan Yorek 10 21:12
10 M13 Matthew Broderson 11 21:48
11 M29 Michael Carson OO 22:11
12 M15 Ailan Hagen 20 22:29
13 M14 Grant Yorek 32 22:33
14 M14 Hayden Hommes 34 23:36
15 M13 Conor Grant 30 24:21
16 M12 Angus Rustad 13 24:58
17 M12 Bjorn Krona O4 25:07
18 M35 Afton Clarke-Satener 12 25:31
19 M15 Jackson Grant OO 25:33
20 M15 Logan Jensen 32 25:51
21 M18 Colton Gottwalt 25 29:02
22 M13 Baden Bastian O1 29:57
23 M33 Graham Litters
1 W14 Lilly Krona 12 19:28
2 W16 Claire Wagner 13 21:18
3 W16 Caitlin Gustafson 12 21:46
4 W40 Emily Broderson 20 22:26
5 W12 Dorothea Kramer O4 28:53
6 W16 Molly Lange 20 29:56
7 W13 Raina Lederman 31 37:31
8 W31 Paula FuchLitters
shorter course 3x800m
1 W8 Elaine Jackson 20 15:05
1 M6 James Jackson 20:40

MN Cup March 2018

Date: Saturday, March 10, 2018 Place: Mt.Itasca, Coleraine
Race Format: Mass Start (PPSS)

Distance: G, YW, JW, SW, MW: 7.5km
B, YM, JM, SM, MM: 10km;
Registration: 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Zero: 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM

Race Start: 10:45 AM Mass Start
Cost: $20 (cash or check payable to MINSA)

Novice Race (recommended age: 13+) ~ Registration: 9:30 – 11:30am
~ No previous shooting experience necessary! ~ Instruction, Rifles, and Ammo provided.

~ Novice Race will follow the main race.
~ Safety Clinic prior to the race
~ Start approx. at 12-12:15PM
~ Race Format: Mass Start – 4.5k (3×1.5k), PP + penalty loop ~ Cost: $20 (cash or check payable to MINSA)

Awards for Biathlon & Novice Race: after completion of both races. Questions? Call Vlad or Petra 218-999-5046 or e-mail cervenkv@gmail.com

MN Cup #8 – Nisswa – Sunday Jan 21st, 2018 – RESULTS

NISSWA MNCUP #8—Sunday JAN 21st, 2018

Photos from Lynda Bouley: https://photos.app.goo.gl/9lQSPRaNWtSqunkt2

BIATHLON Results- PURSUIT Format MN Cup #8   Jan 21st, 2018
NAME START P P S S T FIN TIME RACE TIME CLASS PLACE OVERALL PLACE CLASS
Garrett Bechrich 00:10.0 3 1 2 2 8 35:27.0 35:17.0 1 1 YM 10 km
Cam Christiansen 00:00.0 1 1 2 0 4 37:11.0 37:11.0 1 2 JM 10 km
Josh Duda 00:20.0 4 3 2 2 11 55:20.0 55:00.0 1 3 SM 10 Km
Stormy Hegg 01:10.0 2 1 2 0 5 30:21.0 29:11.0 1 1 YW 7 km
Kaisa Bosek 00:50.0 0 2 1 1 4 30:31.0 29:41.0 2 2 YW 7 km
Halcyon Brown 00:40.0 1 0 1 1 3 31:41.0 31:01.0 1 3 JW 7 km
Cheresa Bouley 01:00.0 1 1 2 2 6 33:55.0 32:55.0 3 4 YW 7 km
Emma Watson 01:20.0 0 0 0 1 1 35:23.0 34:03.0 4 5 YW 7 km
Lucy Watson 01:30.0 2 2 4 2 10 31:29.0 29:59.0 1 JG 5 km
Ryker Bosek 01:40.0 na na na na 25:40.0 24:00.0 1 JB 5km**
** Did not shoot 45 sec x 4 hold in range

WHEN: Sunday, Jan 21st, 2018
TIME: Zero at 10:00 am, races begin when all are zeroed—10:45- 11:00
WHERE: Nisswa range. Lower Roy Lake Rd, Nisswa. Next to the Nisswa Wastewater Treatment Plant/Nisswa Maintenance Facility. Note: there are no bathroom facilities available at the range. Park on road and ski down to the range.
WHAT: Two races are planned, both Pursuit Format with 10 sec interval starts based on estimated ski speeds. Depending on numbers, we will likely combine the two and run continuous.

First race:
> MM, SM, JM, YM, MW, SW, JW …10 km… 5 x Blue loop
> YW…7 km.. 2 x Blue + 3 x Yellow…..All carry rifles
> Note: Youth classes are normally AGES 16,17,18

Second race immediately after completion of first race:
> Senior B/G …7 km …2 x Blue + 3 x Yellow
> Younger B/G ..5 km..1 x Blue + 2 x Yellow + 2 x Green
> Note: Senior B/G will not carry and can include athletes 16 yrs old or younger. They will shoot at normal targets.
> Younger B/G will not carry and are athletes 14 yrs old or younger

WHO: Any athlete who has been taught biathlon safety and who has shot on their home range is eligible to participate. All will zero at 10:00 am. All participants will use their own slings/cuffs unless they provide a rest for the rifle. Target size/shooting position for Younger B/G will be adjusted according to their ability.

WEATHER: Current conditions are good at the range. We received 3” new snow yesterday on top of 3” earlier last week. We will groom on Wed and I will update after that. Prior to the last 3” snowfall we had good coverage. I expect to be able to recommend good skis.

SIGNUP AND LUNCH: Please let Bill Meyer know by Wed eve if you plan to attend so I can adjust the schedule if need be. A lunch will be provided at Meyer’s after the races. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU PLAN TO JOIN US FOR LUNCH.

Snowflake Biathlon Race Minnesota Cup #7 – Sun, Jan 14, 2018 – RESULTS

Snowflake Biathlon Race

Minnesota Cup #7

Hosted by Duluth Biathlon and Snowflake Nordic Ski Area

MN Cup #7 — January 14, 2018 — Snowflake Nordic, Duluth
9.5K Mass Start
Place Name Category Time P P S S Total Notes
1 Cam Christensen SM 38:49 0 0 1 1 2 Target malfunction caused unnecessary penalty loops. Adjustment applied: -1:15
2 Hanne Guthrie SW 46:20 3 1 1 2 7
3 Halcyon Brown JW 52:04 1 0 1 2 4
4 Kaisa Bosek G 54:40 0 3 2 0 5
5 Emma Watson YW 57:51 0 2 1 0 3
7.5km Mass Start
1 Mia Zutter JW-VI 44:43 5 5 5 5 20 Audio target malfunction, skied all penalty loops
2 Lucy Watson G 50:20 2 3 2 4 11
Clara Kramer G DNF
Ryker Bosek B DNF

Snowflake Biathlon Race 2018 Registration

Date: Sunday, January 14th, 2018

Location: Snowflake Nordic, 4348 Rice Lake Road, Duluth (one mile north of the intersection of the Rice Lake and Arrowhead Roads)

Race Format: Mass Start (PPSS)

Distance: B, G, YW, MW:       7.5 km;
              YM, JW:                9 km;
              JM, SM, SW, MM: 10.5 km

Registration: Noon to 1:00PM at Snowflake Nordic Chalet

Zero:           1:00 PM to 1:45 PM

Race Start:   2:00 PM, Mass Start

Cost:           $15 (cash or check payable to John Gould)

There will not be a Novice Race this year.

Questions?   Call John Gould at 218-269-2854

                  or e-mail: jgould1952@yahoo.com

Five MN Biathletes Named to US Youth and Junior World Championship Team

https://www.teamusa.org/US-Biathlon.aspx

Five Biathletes from MN were named by US Biathlon to the US Team to the Youth and Junior Championships to be held Feb 26th to March 4th in Otepaa, Estonia.

In the Junior Women category U21
Amanda Kautzer Twin Cities

In the Youth Women category U19
Emma Stertz, Mt Itasca Biathlon

In the Junior Men category U21
Cam Christiansen

In the Youth Men category U19
Vasek Cervenka Mt Itasca Biathlon
Garrett Beckrich, also Mt Itasca

In addition 3 of the above from MN are invited to the  Junior IBU Cup #3 Jan 25th-27th in Poland and the Junior Open European Championships from Jan 31st- Feb 4th in Slovenia.
Kautzer, Cervenka and Beckrich.

The full team for YJr Worlds is 16 athletes accompanied by coaches and wax technicians. Of those, 8 total were invited to the Junior IBU and Open European Championships.

Biathletes participating in the US Trials held Thursday and Friday at Mt Itasca came from Alaska, Maine, Vermont, Washington, Minnesota, Wyoming, Colorado, California, Montana, Utah, and New York.

Our congratulations to those who will be representing the US at these events!

US Youth and Junior Trials for World Championships – Second Race Recap & Results

The second race in the US Trials for the Youth and Junior World Championships upcoming in Estonia in Feb were held at Mt Itasca this pm. The wind was up from the NW along with temps hovering around zero F.

2017 Jr&Y Trials 12.29.17

In the Men’s 7.5km Sprint, Junior Cody Johnson of the National Guard team won, shooting clean in 19:55.Youth Vasek Cervenka of MN Biathlon Mt Itasca was 2nd with 5 misses 39.6 sec back, and Junior Cam Christiansen of MN Biathlon NNW, also shooting clean, was 3rd 1:04 behind.

On the Women’s side in the 6.0 km Sprint, Junior Amanda Kautzer, MN Biathlon LNR won, shooting 1,0 in 21:12. She was followed by Youth Helen Wilson of Alaska Biathlon with 3 misses 1:15 behind, and in 3rd was Youth Sara Beaulieu of OSI, with 2 misses finishing 1:37 behind.

Due to the grim forecasts for Saturday and Sunday, the third race was cancelled by the Jury late pm. The results for the two races will be considered by the International Competition Committee and with their recommendation by the USBA Board early in the coming week.

US Youth and Junior Trials for World Championships – First Race Recap & Results

On the warmest day of a cold week, with temps in the single digits but only a light wind, the first race of the YJr Trials took place on Thursday late afternoon. Shooting conditions were a little tricky with a reversing wind at times. Trail conditions were excellent thanks to Regional Coach Vlad Cervenka and his snowmaking crew!!

2017 Jr&Y Trials 12.28.17 Results

On the combined list for the Youth and Junior Women’s 7.5km Sprint, Youth Helen Wilson of Alaska Biathlon dominated, shooting 1,0 and finishing in 25:17. She was followed by Junior Amanda Kautzer, MNBiathlon, LNR with 3 misses 42 sec back. In Third was Youth Emma Stertz, MNBiathlon Mt Itasca, also with 3 misses 1:07 back.

In the Men’s 10km Sprint, Mt Itasca Youth athletes dominated with Vasek Cervenka shooting 2,1 and finishing in 26:36 for 1st place, and Garrett Beckrich shooting 1,2 and finishing 1:15 back for 2nd. In 3rd was Youth Eli Nielsen of Methow Valley WA, shooting 1,0 and finishing 1:31 back.

The second race of the Trials will be held this afternoon with temps hopefully up to 0F. That will also be a Sprint race but slightly shorter distances, 7.5 km for the Men and 6.0 km for the Women.

The Trials are planned to conclude on Saturday with a Pursuit Format event. The final team will be selected by the International Competition Committee based on the results of the Trials.