IBU REGIONAL EVENTS: Nove Mesto Na Morave (CZE), Goms (SUI) and Canmore (CAN)

The IBU Regional Events series brought exciting competitions to Europe and North America. In Nove Mesto Na Morave, Czech Republic, more than 280 athletes from four countries joined the Central European Cup. In Goms, Switzerland, over 120 athletes from six countries raced in the Alpen Cup. And in Canmore, Canada had over 80 participants from Canada and Great Britain, even after a quick change of location. Read more about these amazing events that brought together top biathlon talents.

Central European Cup - Nove Mesto Na Morave, Czech Republic

On December 29 and 30, 2023, Nove Mesto Na Morave in the Czech Republic was full of excitement. More than 280 athletes from Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Poland came for the Central European Cup. It was part of the IBU Regional Events series. Everyone showed their best in this friendly yet tough competition.

Full Results of the Central European Cup here

Alpen Cup - Goms, Switzerland

On January 6 and 7, 2024, Goms in Switzerland was very lively. It was the Alpen Cup, and more than 120 athletes from Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, Germany, Great Britain, and Canada were there. They all competed hard against each other in a beautiful place surrounded by mountains.

Full Results of the Alpen Cup here

Canmore - Alberta, Canada

Canmore in Alberta, Canada, suddenly became the host for the first Regional Event of North America for this season from January 4 to 7, 2024. The event was first planned for Quebec but moved to Alberta just a few days before. More than 80 athletes from Canada and Great Britain joined. The change of place was a surprise, but the event still went well. The athletes competed happily in the lovely mountains of Canada.

Full Results of the Event in Canmore here

Don't miss out on the rest of the season! Keep an eye on the IBU Regional Event Calendar 2023/2024 for more upcoming events. We are excited to bring more thrilling biathlon action to fans around the world.

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