MNCup #4 in Nisswa, Saturday, Feb 1, 2020 – RESULTS

MnCup #4 Nisswa- 2 Feb 2020

3.3 km Sprint
Last First Club Start time
P S total
Finish time
Race Time Place
Bosek Ryker Wolfpack 0:00
2 3 5
14:48
14:48 1st
Landrum Saylor TC 0:30
1 3 4
16:17
15:47 2
Bitzan Teresa Wolfpack 2:00
3 2 5
19:30
17:30 3
LaHammer Audrey Bluff Country 1:30
5 ? p/p, p,s
19:39
18:09 4
Murray Hanna TC 1:00
3 5 8
20:24
19:24 5
Fischer Owen  Duluth 3:00
? ? p/s; p/s
23:33
20:33 6
Cushman Jack Bluff Country 2:30
? ? p/s; p/s
1:0:42:00.000
22:12 7
3.0 km 1/2 Single Relay w/Relay rounds  
Landrum  Saylor
Mass start
0 0





Cushman Jack


1 ?



0:32:55













Bosek Ryker


0 0





Landrum Marcus


1 ?



0:34:24













Bitzan Teresa


2 3





Fischer Owen


0 ?



0:35:31













LaHammer Audrey


4 0





Murray Hanna


0 ?



0:36:56













Note: did not get all the shooting. 

INVITATION 
MNCUP #4—SATURDAY FEB 1, 2020

NISSWA RANGE

Coming up two weeks from tomorrow, Feb 1st, is the next in our MNCup series of races. The following day, for anyone interested, is the BNSC’s Lumberjack Jaunt, at the Arboretum in BRD,  a 6/16 km Nordic race..classical or skate. For information regarding that event—please go to the BNSC webpage.

MNCUP #4 BIATHLON RACE

WHEN: Saturday, 1st of Feb, 2020  

TIME: zero at 10:00 am, races begin when all are zeroed—10:45- 11:00

WHERE: Nisswa range. 24757 Charmin Ave, Nisswa. 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. 

WHAT: Two races are planned, both short and fast! A 3.15 km sprint [2 shooting stages] followed by the first ½ of a single mixed relay with teams based on finish in the sprint [3 km and 2 shooting stages each w/ relay rounds].  The formats have been picked to help prepare you for the section races if you are in high school. 

CLASSES: There will be no age classes per say. Experienced athletes will carry and shoot normal p,s targets. Younger experienced athletes will do the same but not carry. Anyone who is just advancing from a Novice race will not carry and will shoot prone on standing.

  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, except Novices will shoot free position unless they provide a rest for the rifle. Those without their own rifle can use a club rifle but no support will be provided unless they bring something. Up to 4- possibly 5 Novices advancing from a Novice event this year or last can apply. [Based on my rifle availability] 

WEATHER: We have snow. A lot of snow. A whole lot of snow!! And are forecast tonight for up to 10” more. The temps appear to be mellowing toward race weekend. 

COST: There is no cost. 

SIGNUP AND LUNCH: Please let me know by Thursday, Jan 30th if you plan to attend the races. For Novices I suggest letting me know this weekend.  A lunch will be provided at Meyer’s after the races. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU PLAN TO JOIN US FOR LUNCH and how many we should expect—parents, coaches etc.

YJr Worlds Update

https://www.lenzerheide2020.ch/en

This morning the Junior [19,20,21 yr olds] Individual races were held in Switzerland. One minute add on penalty. Shooting order P,S,P,S

From MN:

Jr Men’s 15km

Garrett Bechrich    37th           0,1,1,1         3:40 back of winner from Germany who shot clean in 40:15.

Vasek Cervenka     72nd            0,1,1,4         7:26 back. 

Jr Women’s 12.5 km

Emma Stertz    69th           1,0,1,3       11:10 back of the winner from Russia who shot clean in 41:32

Up tomorrow are the Youth relays.

Bill Meyer, Coach
MN Biathlon

YOG–last race results- mixed relay

https://www.lausanne2020.sport/results/nh/en/Comp/Info/ResultList/BTX408101

This morning saw the last biathlon event at the Youth Olympic Games in Switzerland, a mixed relay. The results are linked in above.

The Mixed Relay starts with one of two women skiing 6 km each, shooting prone after 2 km with the normal 5 rounds from the magazine, then using up to 3 hand loaded ‘relay rounds’ if needed and doing penalty loops for any remaining targets; then standing after 2 km more, and then tagging off after 2 km more. After the two women, each of the two men on the team go 7.5km with two shooting stages for each one.

Kaisa Bosek, in her 4th race in 5 days, lead off for the US, used 2 extra rounds in prone, shot clean in standing and tagged off in 16th- 2 min behind the leader. From there the US struggled dropping to 18th then back up to 16th with the first boy and ending up in 19th after the last boy, a little over 10 min behind Italy, the winning team. Both boys used all their relay rounds and had a total of 3 penalty loops between them.

Kaisa has also qualified for the US team to the Youth and Junior Championships coming up with the first event on the 26th of January again in Switzerland.

Youth Olympic Games Update

https://www.lausanne2020.sport/results/nh/en/Comp/Info/ResultList/BTX409101

Results from yesterday’s Youth Olympic Games Single Mixed Relay. 21st. Each skier skis two laps [p,s w/ relay rounds] then tags off. Then they do it a second time [3rd and 4th legs] , with the man doing a finish lap after his last shoot. So 6 km for the woman and 7.5km for the man each with 4 shootings. 

Kaisa took a spill on the first lap of the first leg on an icy corner, did well on the second leg. 2 extra rounds to clean in prone the 1stleg, and 1 in the 3rd leg in standing to clean. Her partner didn’t fare as well in the range with numerous extra rounds and 4 penalty loops after using up his extras.

Coming up on tomorrow is the Sprint race for both Men and Women.

Bill Meyer

Youth Olympic Games update

Kaisa Bosek placed 18th in first Biathlon event at the Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland

US Biathlete Kaisa Bosek, 17,  Alexandria, MN finished 18th in the 1st Biathlon Event of the Youth Olympic Games. This event takes place every 4 yrs for athletes in their later teens and is sponsored by the International Olympic Committee. There were 93 finishers. 

Kaisa shot 0,0,2,0 and finished the 10km course in 36:30.8. The winner, Alena Mokhova of Russia shot 1,0,0,1 and finished in 32:26. 

Lexie Madigan of California shot 3,2,1,2 and finished in 39:59 for 55th and Maja Lapkiss of Anchorage, shot 1,4,2,3 and finished 69th

Up tomorrow is the single mixed relay. The teams have not been named as of yet.