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Security and Parking During the Biathlon

| February 27, 2014

People are getting excited for the start of the 2014 IBU Youth/Junior World Championships on Friday. Security will be tight, and parking is not on site. If you are coming from Presque Isle, drive past the access road to the Nordic Heritage Center, and you will see a billboard that says Biathlon Parking. “Volunteers and […]

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Biathlon Opening Ceremonies

| February 24, 2014

Aroostook County –After months of planning and preparation, The 2014 IBU World Youth/Junior Biathlon Championships will take center stage at the Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle, and event sponsors, the organizing committee, and numerous volunteers have created a jam-packed schedule of competitive and community events to engage visitors, starting with opening ceremonies on Thursday. […]

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More Snow Is Great News for the World Juniors

| February 18, 2014

There’s less than two weeks until the IBU youth/juniors World Championships. Opening ceremonies will be on February 27th at UMPI Gentile Center, and the 28th will be the first day of competitions. With almost 18 inches of snow over the past few days, it’s got people excited for the event. “I think the snow gods […]

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Sports Extra 01.31.2014

| February 1, 2014

In this week’s Sports Extra, Rene Cloukey and Jenna Callari bring you hoops highlights (including this week’s Play of the Week), hockey action, cross country ski results, and much more!   SPORTS EXTRA SCORES: Houlton Boys: 58, Schenck: 48 LCS/MSSM Boys: 38, Ashland: 37 Fort Kent Boys: 65, Central Aroostook: 50 Bangor Christian Boys: 59, […]

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Four MWSC Athletes To Compete in IBU Youth/Junior World Biathlon Championships

| December 30, 2013

Monday afternoon marked the final day of the USA Team Trials for the upcoming IBU Youth/Junior Biathlon World Championships– the final day for numerous athletes to ski and shoot their best. “If you were on the podium today, it doesn’t mean you’re gonna make the team necessarily,” said USBA Director of Athlete Development, Piotr Bednarski. […]

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