Calendar

Dec
3
Sun
Coast Cup #1 @ Whistler Olympic Park
Dec 3 all-day
Dec
10
Sun
Track Attack 2017-2018 (Sundays) @ Whistler Olympic Park
Dec 10 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Year of Birth: 2004-2007

Our Track Attack program is directed at children ages 10-12 (the ‘Learning to Train’ stage of development). This is the third level of our Youth Skill Development Program. Track Attack is designed to further develop and refine all the cross-country ski skills, including speed, power and aerobic fitness, strength and flexibility, as well as develop good ski habits.
The objective of our Track Attack program is for the participants to become technically competent cross-country skiers, and to utilize those skills to begin a lifetime of enjoying a wide range of Nordic activities.
The ski sessions will alternate between skate and classic technique.

Bunnyrabbits 2017-2018 @ Whistler Olympic Park
Dec 10 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Year of Birth: 2012-2013

Our Bunnyrabbits program is directed at children four and five years old (the ‘Active Start’ stage of athlete development). The program is designed to develop fundamental movement skills (with a focus on balance and agility), coordination, self confidence, imagination and social skills.

Jackrabbits 2017-2018 @ Whistler Olympic Park
Dec 10 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Year of Birth: 2008-2011

Our Jackrabbit program is directed at children ages 6-9 (the ‘FUNdamentals’ stage of athlete development). This is the second level of our Youth Skill Development Program.
Our Jackrabbits program is divided into four levels, based on ability and experience.
The objective is for children to learn basic cross-country ski skills (classic in Levels 1 and 2; classic and skate skiing in levels 3 and 4) and to instill a lifelong interest in the sport, thereby enhancing their quality of life and health.

Dec
13
Wed
Track Attack 2017-2018 (Wednesday)
Dec 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Year of Birth: 2004-2007

Our Track Attack program is directed at children ages 10-12 (the ‘Learning to Train’ stage of development). This is the third level of our Youth Skill Development Program. Track Attack is designed to further develop and refine all the cross-country ski skills, including speed, power and aerobic fitness, strength and flexibility, as well as develop good ski habits.
The objective of our Track Attack program is for the participants to become technically competent cross-country skiers, and to utilize those skills to begin a lifetime of enjoying a wide range of Nordic activities.
The ski sessions will alternate between skate and classic technique.

Dec
17
Sun
Track Attack 2017-2018 (Sundays) @ Whistler Olympic Park
Dec 17 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Year of Birth: 2004-2007

Our Track Attack program is directed at children ages 10-12 (the ‘Learning to Train’ stage of development). This is the third level of our Youth Skill Development Program. Track Attack is designed to further develop and refine all the cross-country ski skills, including speed, power and aerobic fitness, strength and flexibility, as well as develop good ski habits.
The objective of our Track Attack program is for the participants to become technically competent cross-country skiers, and to utilize those skills to begin a lifetime of enjoying a wide range of Nordic activities.
The ski sessions will alternate between skate and classic technique.

Bunnyrabbits 2017-2018 @ Whistler Olympic Park
Dec 17 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Year of Birth: 2012-2013

Our Bunnyrabbits program is directed at children four and five years old (the ‘Active Start’ stage of athlete development). The program is designed to develop fundamental movement skills (with a focus on balance and agility), coordination, self confidence, imagination and social skills.

Jackrabbits 2017-2018 @ Whistler Olympic Park
Dec 17 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Year of Birth: 2008-2011

Our Jackrabbit program is directed at children ages 6-9 (the ‘FUNdamentals’ stage of athlete development). This is the second level of our Youth Skill Development Program.
Our Jackrabbits program is divided into four levels, based on ability and experience.
The objective is for children to learn basic cross-country ski skills (classic in Levels 1 and 2; classic and skate skiing in levels 3 and 4) and to instill a lifelong interest in the sport, thereby enhancing their quality of life and health.

Dec
20
Wed
Track Attack 2017-2018 (Wednesday)
Dec 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Year of Birth: 2004-2007

Our Track Attack program is directed at children ages 10-12 (the ‘Learning to Train’ stage of development). This is the third level of our Youth Skill Development Program. Track Attack is designed to further develop and refine all the cross-country ski skills, including speed, power and aerobic fitness, strength and flexibility, as well as develop good ski habits.
The objective of our Track Attack program is for the participants to become technically competent cross-country skiers, and to utilize those skills to begin a lifetime of enjoying a wide range of Nordic activities.
The ski sessions will alternate between skate and classic technique.

Dec
27
Wed
Christmas Biathlon Camps
Dec 27 – Dec 29 all-day

During the Christmas break we are hosting two biathlon camps, providing participants of all abilities the opportunity to do biathlon! For experienced athletes interested in training for competitions, we have a competitive biathlon camp. We also have a recreational biathlon camp for newcomers and recreational biathletes. Join us this December for fun and biathlon!

The camps are scheduled for December 27-29 and 28-29 so participants can take part in the Whistler Biathlon Society’s New Years’ Biathlon Bash event.

Registration

Registration is now open on zone4 here: https://zone4.ca/register.asp?id=16428

Camp Descriptions

Our competitive biathlon camp is a 3-day camp from December 27-29. This camp is for athletes ages 13 and older who are currently registered in a biathlon program, and will prepare athletes for the competition season beginning in January. In addition to skiing and shooting training, this camp will include technical sessions on ski preparation, rifle maintenance, and race tactics.

Our recreational biathlon camp is a 2-day camp is designed for recreational participants as well as youth ages 9-12. This camp features fun drills and games that focus on developing the fundamentals of skiing and shooting. Participants must have prior skiing experience, but no prior biathlon experience is required.

Camp Schedule

Competitive Camp: December 27, 28 and 29, 9:00-16:00
Recreational Camp: December 28 and 29, 10:00-15:00

Camp Fees

Competitive Camp (youth): $150
Competitive Camp (adult): $200
Recreational Camp (youth): $100
Recreational Camp (adult): $150

Trail Passes

Participants without seasons passes to Whistler Olympic Park will be able to purchase discount trail passes ($8 per day for youth, $16 per day for adults) in connection with registration.

What to Bring

Competitive Camp: athletes are required to provide their own biathlon rifle. Ammunition will be provided.

Recreational Camp: participants must provide their own ski equipment (skis, boots, poles). Equipment can be rented from Whistler Olympic Park. All biathlon equipment (rifle and ammunition) will be provided.

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