Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Nearly 500 volunteers participated in the recent IBU youth/junior worlds in Presque Isle.
The N.H. native now has three medals in three races.
The sport’s international governing body is looking to increase the sport’s popularity in the U.S.
The 18-year-old dominates the 10K pursuit at the biathlon youth world championships in Presque Isle.
Sean Doherty wins the youth men’s 10-kilometer pursuit at the IBU Biathlon Youth/Junior World Championships.
They sweep men’s and women’s junior sprints on Saturday.
A Fort Kent sophomore is cheered on as he competes in a biathlon and follows in the path of Maine’s only competitor in this winter’s Olympics.
Povarnitsyn skies fast to men’s 10K win; Pavlova sneaks out women’s 7.5K victory.
A subzero wind chill in Aroostook County freezes fingers and toes but doesn’t put a damper on the international event.
The New Hampshire native wins 7.5-kilometer sprint by 1.7 seconds.