Canada Games Eligibility Survey

Folks as we move forward, this website will be come obsolete.  Until then we will continue to post relevant information.  Don’t forget to like the Facebook Page and join the Facebook Group.

The attached survey is a means of gathering information.  Do not be daunted by the questions or statements, we are simply attempting to gather as much information as we can to better plan for support and questions.


Biathlon and Canada Games 2019

Biathlon and Canada Games 2019

There will be some information on clubs and opportunities coming over the next couple of months.  Please stay tuned to our Facebook Page as our primary source of information.


Biathlon Eastern Canadian Championships / Atlantic Cup #3, Prince Edward Island

Biathlon Newfoundland and Labrador sent team of athletes to the Eastern Canadian Championships / Atlantic Cup #3 in Brookvale, Prince Edward Island.  This competition also served as a North American Cup race and a trial for the World Junior and Youth Championships.  The athletes comprised of Junior Men Seamus Boyd-Porter (St. John’s) and Chris Langdon (Gander) and Senior Boys Jesse Byrne (Stephenville) and Austin Hodder (St. John’s).

Izhmash 7-3 for sale

Just posted on Biathlon Canada Website

1-season old Izhmash 7-3 put together by Altius.  Has Anschütz sights and comes with a full set of inserts, *and* adjustable front and rear sight pieces.  Has sight risers installed, spare round holder, spare Izhmash clips, various tools, soft carry bag, hard travel case.  Great groups with Polar ammo in cold weather.  $3750 obo, located in Canmore, AB.  Email Dan at, or call (403) 688 0631 and leave a message.

Proud to be an Islander!

Proud to be an Islander!

February and March has yielded great results from some of our Newfoundland and Labrador biathletes!

Where do we start?

On February 18th-19th, six athletes from the Avalon Biathlon Club attended the Eastern Canadian Championship at Brookvale in Prince Edward Island.  For some of the athletes it was their first out of province civilian competition.  Despite some inexperience it was certainly an encouraging competition.  The team composition was:

  • David Porter – Coach
  • Seamus Boyd-Porter (St. John’s) – Youth Male Athlete
  • Kelsey Barrett (Bay Roberts) – Youth Female Athlete
  • Austin Hodder (St. John’s) – Junior Male Athlete
  • Joey Hutchings (Bay Roberts) – Junior Male Athlete
  • Angus Boyd-Porter (St. John’s) – Junior Male Athlete
  • Emma Taylor (St. John’s) – Junior Female Athlete
The athletes has a great competition and certainly enjoyed the experience.  Some medals were also taken home.  Seamus Boyd-Porter took home a silver in the sprint and a silver in the pursuit.  Angus Boyd-Porter grabbed a silver in the sprint and Austin Hodder grabbed a bronze.  Emma Taylor scored two bronze, one in the sprint and one in the pursuit.  Great races by all.  Results from the competition can be found at

Athletes from Newfoundland and Labrador attended the Cadet National Biathlon Championship in Martock, NS from March 5th to the 9th.  The conditions were erratic and the snow was different from race to race.  Despite the conditions, our athletes continue to perform well.  Seamus Boyd-Porter was golden in both of the individual races of the Mass Start and the Pursuit.  Based on aggregate times he was awarded the Myriam Bedard Award for the Top Youth Male at this years competition.  Sabrina Muise picked it up in the Pursuit and climbed her way to a Bronze Medal.  The male team of Seamus Boyd-Porter, Austin Hodder, and Angus Boyd-Porter also took home a Silver Medal in the unit team relay.  When asked about the weeks competition, Seamus told us that he felt much stronger this year.  ”My Cross Country results were good so I knew I would be faster for my biathlon races.” he said “I think I trained well enough to compete the best in my category”.  Seamus was proud to win his fourth consecutive gold medal at the Cadet Championships.  We are certainly proud of all the athletes who competed at competitions this year and thrilled that everyone did their best.

Results from the Cadet National Biathlon Championship can be found at

Blow Me Down Biathlon Club Race

Blow Me Down Biathlon Club Race

The Blow Me Down Biathlon Club will be hosting club races on April 1st, 2012.  This is a one day event and will take place at the Blow Me Down ski park in Corner Brook, NL.   The event is air rifle and is open to any cadet or civilian biathlete in the province who is either a member or who pays the appropriate day fee.

The rifles being used are the Daisy 853 model or Avanti.  Individual athletes, clubs and/or cadet teams are responsible to bring their own air rifles and .177 cal pellets. Rifles will be fed single shot.

The races are open to competitors aged 8 to 16 and competitors will race in the categories listed in the attached packages below.   Please send your registration form to the club president listed in the registration form.