Mark Torresani <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 4:43 PM
Subject: Biathlon Safety Clinic September 26, 2021
A Biathlon Safety Clinic will be held at Blackhawk Ski Club the morning of September 26th, 2021 starting at 9:00 AM and ending at 1:00 PM. Completing and passing a biathlon certification course is mandatory to compete in open biathlon races. Clinic details and registration information are included at the web site below. Biathlon rifles and ammunition for the clinic will be provided.
The calendar turns another month & now things really ramp up toward the Winter Season.
Things to Remember in September:
September Service Special- Essential Wax Service for $24.99 (Reg-$39.99)
October is our Ski Swap- Get all of your gear to sell in by Sept. 30th
Juniors – Race Service for the 2021-22 Junior Cups is filing FAST – Email for details
Join us to watch the Best of Winter in the Summer!
Recap for the event at SHORELINE SPRINTS
We will have some INTRO to Roller skiing nights coming up. This is a great time to take your basic or no roller ski skills and up your game.
June 2nd 6:00pm Rice Lake
June 16th 6:00pm Rice Lake
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to schedule a roller ski lesson
For the Summer 2021 Season we are getting back to doing some of our Nordic Walking Events. This year along with a variety of locations over the summer we are also utilizing this as a Fundraising Event for different organizations. The Fee to participate is that you supply a donated items for the specific Organization. Below is a list of Dates, times, locations & organizations. PLEASE RSVP if possible due to travel distances
We hope to see You OUT THERE this summer!
5.31.21 1:00pm Blue Hills Trail
6.6.21 2:00pm Pipestone Quarry
7.11.21 3:00pm Hoffman Hills
RSVP to email@example.com if you plan on attending incase of weather or related adjustments
Team Out There athlete Regina Oja is a part of the IBU’s #Biathlon4Climate Challenge. Join her and us in exercising to help the environment!
Earth Day 2021: IBU announces Biathlon Climate Challenge
The International Biathlon Union is delighted to announce the first Biathlon Climate Challenge, which aims to connect an active lifestyle with climate action. In honor of Earth Day 2021, fans are challenged to join one of ten different teams – all led by biathlon superstars – and track their physical activity in a fitness app which will convert the distance they have covered or calories they have burned into planted trees by a reforestation project.
To give back to Mother Nature, fans can join the Biathlon Climate Challenge in five simple steps. First, decide which athlete’s team they want to join. Then, to track their activities, download IBU‘s partner Active Giving’s app from the App Store or Google Play, create a profile and on the menu tab, select Team and enter the athlete code for their favorite athlete. Any activity counts – running, cycling, hiking, yoga, cross-fit and many more! A live leader board will be displayed on biathlonworld.com so the progress of each team can be tracked as they battle it out to contribute the highest number of trees.
The launch of the Biathlon Climate Challenge is part of the IBU’s Sustainability Strategy 2020-2030, which, launched last September, commits the IBU to addressing sustainability needs in five different areas: climate, sport, people, venue & event, communication & awareness. Its climate goal is to reduce emissions aligned with the goals of the Paris Climate Accord and to be climate neutral as a sport, at the latest by 2030.
IBU President Olle Dahlin:
“As a winter sport we are heavily dependent on cold winters and snow. Thus, we must take on our responsibility in the fight against climate change. By sponsoring the Biathlon Climate Challenge we are advocating for climate action and sustainable development within the biathlon family and winter sports. The Challenge is a fun way to connect our fans with the athletes and encourage them to keep physically active, with the added benefit it is good for the environment. We invite our fans to actively contribute together with athletes to reduce biathlon’s impact on the climate.”
The challenge starts on 1 May 2021 and aims to plant 100.000 trees. For the implementation of the challenge, the IBU has partnered with Active Giving, a platform which converts sports activities into funding for environmental or social purposes. The tree planting will be carried out by Eden Reforestation Projects, a non-profit organization, whose mission it is to provide fair wage employment to impoverished villagers as agents of global forest restoration.
The Team Leaders and their codes for the Biathlon Climate Challenge are:
(Join Team Out There Athlete Regina’s Team)
FAQ Biathlon Climate Challenge 2021
As we begin the 10th year of our Athlete Management Program – Team Out There
We are excited to say that it continues to GROW! For the 21-22 Season we have Three New athletes that have joined the Family, and we are super excited to have them be athletes from the USA as well! There has been a large increased in this program this season and as we would love to give assistance to every developing athlete at this level we only have so much bandwidth. We hope that this program continues to grow and give a unique level of support to athletes that allows them to DREAM BIG and not just let Their Dreams be Dreams!
New Athletes for the 21-22 Season joining the Family
Interested in being a part of Team Out There?
Interested in helping support an athlete or athletes in the Team Out There Program?