Elk River time trial – Jan 10, 2021 – RESULTS

Time trials 10 Jan 21 at Elk River – Natural snow- +25F  B skls  9.1 km course
NAMEClubPPSSTOTAL FINISH TIMEClass
Men9.1km 
Drew SampsonTC31531235:35.0YM
Matthew BrodersonTC3321936:38.0<17
Eric AndersonBluff32421145:05.0<15
Carson Peterson TC34431445:31.0<15M
Noah BesemannTC42241246:13.0<17
Women9.1 km
Kaisa BosekWolf0101237:35.0YW
Audrey LahammerBluff32421140:29.0<17
Evelyn HudrlikTC4212940:44.0<17
Saylor LandrumTC1041641:04.0<17
Lauren HuberWolf44231349:27.0<17
Selah BinsfeldTC44331453:51.0<15

Jan 2021 updates

Due to the last Covid rules which curtail competitions per se until the 14th of Jan, MN Cup #2 as rescheduled is now cancelled. Our planning has gotten short range by necessity, and for that I apologize—but we do have a couple of events that should be ok and should happen!!

This coming Sunday—Elk River- we will have a time trial course set up where you can come, zero yourself and time yourself. It will use the normal winter course Pursuit format so PPSS and a 5 lap total of 9.1km of skiing plus penalty loops.

To accommodate both zeroing and time trialing we will need to do this by 10 maximum wave appointments with me. 9:30 or 11:00. Please sign up shortly. If we run out of slots [10 x 2], I will open up another time slot in the early afternoon We will need to zero quickly so be there on time and ready to go. I anticipate no more than 15 min to zero. Once we switch to metal, all zeroing will be done for that wave. Watch your email, as I might move you or your group to anther time slot.

The 23rd/24th weekend is not yet determined—we may do more time trials at Elk River

and the 30th/31st will be Regional races at Mt Itasca, with an announcement/invitation coming out shortly.

I am anticipating at least two events in Feb, another Regional event in March along with Nationals in West Yellowstone.

I did note this past weekend that quite a few of our Biathletes participated in the JNQ races in Houghton MI with some really spectacular results!! Training pays!!

Enjoy the Journey!
Bill Meyer, Coach

Elk River Rollerski Biathlon – Nov 1, 2020 – RESULTS

Elk River Rollerski Biathlon
11.4km
Overall / Class Name Cat Club Start Finish Overall Back P P S S Total Notes
1 / 1 Alex Vanias SM WI 1:20 43:29 42m 9s 0ms 0m 0s 0ms 3 2 5 3 13
2 / 1 Drew Sampson YM TC 1:40 48:57 47m 17s 5m 8s 0ms 4 4 3 2 13
3 / 1 Matthew Broderson U17M TC 1:00 48:49 47m 49s 0ms 5m 40s 0ms 3 2 3 4 12
4 / 2 Edison Byrum YM Indiana 2:00 52:37 50m 37s 0ms 8m 28s 0ms 3 4 2 1 10
5 / 1 Gregg Pattison MM WI 2:40 54:01 51m 21s 9m 12s 0ms 1 4 2 2 9
6 / 2 Noah Besemann U17M TC 2:20 57:41 55m 21s 13m 12s 0ms 3 3 4 4 14
7 / 2 Keith Krantz MM TC 3:00 1:04:13 1h 1m 13s 0ms 0h 19m 4s 0ms 3 3 1 2 9
9.3km
Overall / Class Name Cat Club Start Finish Overall Back P P S S Total Notes
1 / 1 Cheresa Bouley JW TC 3:20 40:43 37m 23s 0ms 0m 0s 0ms 0 2 3 2 7
2 / 1 Saylor Landrum U17W TC 4:00 44:38 40m 38s 3m 15s 0ms 2 0 3 2 7
3 / 2 Audry Lahammer U17W Bluff 4:20 46:37 42m 17s 0ms 4m 54s 0ms 4 3 3 3 13
4 / 1 Kaisa Bosek YW Wolfpack 3:40 48:22 44m 42s 0ms 7m 19s 0ms 4 1 2 1 8
5 / 3 Evelyn Hudrlik U17W TC 4:40 49:33 44m 53s 0ms 7m 30s 0ms 2 4 2 3 11
6 / 4 Lauren Huber U17W Wolfpack 5:00 54:00 49m 0s 0ms 11m 37s 0ms 5 2 5 4 16
7 / 5 Emma Reineke YW Wolfpack 5:20 57:17 51m 57s 0ms 14m 34s 0ms 3 2 3 5 13
8 / 1 Emily Broderson MW TC 5:40 1:02:44 57m 4s 0ms 19m 41s 0ms 1 2 4 3 10
7.1km
Overall / Class Name Cat Club Start Finish Overall Back P P S S Total Notes
1 / 1 Jack Cashman U15M Bluff 6:00 42:55 36m 55s 0ms 0m 0s 0ms 1 2 4 4 11
2 / 1 Carson Peterson U17M TC 7:00 47:51 40m 51s 0ms 3m 56s 0ms 3 4 2 3 12
3 / 1 Linnea Ousdigian U15W TC 6:20 52:40 46m 20s 0ms 9m 25s 0ms 5 4 5 3 17 Credited 5m for rifle issues
4 / 2 Selah Binsfeld U15W TC 6:40 57:31 50m 51s 13m 56s 0ms 5 5 4 2 16

Daycamp and Races on Oct 31 and Nov 1

Good Morning Everyone-

First, both the daycamp and the race have capped numbers [20 and 25 respectively] and we are at or very close to the caps. If you want to go onto a waiting list, please get in touch with me.

As I checked the COVID statistics this morning, MN appears to be experiencing a big spike in both new positive cases and related deaths. We will need to watch this closely for the next two weeks.

Meanwhile, whether you are planning on coming to ER or not, but especially if you are, PLEASE be very careful over the next two weeks, wear your mask when indoors and social distance where possible. And wash wash wash. Keep your hands away from your face. Try really hard not to become a statistic!!!

You should also get your annual flu shot as soon as possible.

If we all take these precautions now, and no one comes to the end of the month events feeling under the weather, I think we can be pretty much assured we aren’t bringing the virus to the gatherings.

AT THE EVENTS, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED UNLESS YOU ARE ON THE FIRING LINE OR SKIING. SOCIAL DISTANCE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. We will have extra rifle racks down at the firing line on Saturday and during zero on Sunday. All spectators, coaches, and officials should be masked at all times. Please spread out!

If these rules bother you, please stay home. No one should end up regretting they came sick and passed it on, or on the other hand, be concerned because someone else is trying to be macho!!!

Now, this morning we woke up to this:

It is too early to predict the weather two weeks out, but watch your email after next weekend. We may need to modify our plans. While roller skiing with a skim of snow on the ground is futile, running, hill bounding, and shooting all work fine.

In any case, be careful, be safe, and keep an eye on your email for updates!!

The best season of the year is on its way!!
Bill Meyer, Coach
MNBiathlon

Elk River Roller Ski Race – Sun, Sept. 20th, 2020 – PHOTOS

Photo set from Brian Wray from Sunday’s race: https://photo.wrocket.org/2020/september_elk_river_biathlon/
 
Feel free to forward as appropriate. Thanks again for coming!
 -Brian

Awesome pictures, Brian!! Thank you so much for doing that, along with starting, timing, signing and all the other things you do!!
Bill Meyer, Coach
MNBiathlon