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How To Watch Biathlon At The 2018 PyeongChang Olympics On TV

Biathlon combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, two vastly different sports

A Short History Of Biathlon Competition

An outgrowth of hunting and military patrols, biathlon made its Olympic debut as a demonstration sport at the 1924 Winter Games in Chamonix, France.

How Much Do You Know About Biathlon?

Take our 10-question biathlon quiz and find out.

Olympic Biathletes Tracy and Lanny Barnes

Both of the Barnes twins from Colorado often win world cup competitions.

First NRA Action Pistol Match in Chile

Using the NRA Action Pistol guide, Fabian MacNamara was able to bring the sport to his club in Chile.

Biathlon: Shooting At 180 Beats Per Minute

If you have room in your vault for one more competition rifle and you’re willing to learn how to shoot with a pulse rate of 180 bpm, here’s a new sport for you

Martin Fourcade Successfully Defends Biathlon Pursuit Gold Medal

French biathlete retains Men’s biathlon 12.5 km pursuit title with impressive performance missing only one of 20 targets. Martin Fourcade won 12 seconds ahead of silver medalist Sebastian Samuelsson of Sweden, and 15.1 seconds ahead of bronze winner Benedikt Doll of Germany

Biathlon: Kendall Gretsch, Dan Cnossen Win First-Ever U.S. Biathlon Gold In PyeongChang

History was made March 9 when Team USA won their first-ever Olympic or Paralympic biathlon gold medals at the Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, Korea

Physical Training For Competitive Shooters Equals Better Performance

Want better scores? You have to make sure your overall health and fitness is a priority, because it will be reflected in your shooting performance

Choosing A Competitive Shooting Program For The College Campus

Competitive shooting is primarily a mental sport that teaches concentration, self-control, focus and discipline. Serious shooters also tend to excel academically.

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