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Bicycle biathlon wheels off

Brian Ness passes on instruction to Emily Gunn during this mornings bicycle biathlon held at the Terrace Rod and Gun Club. - Janine Workman
Brian Ness passes on instruction to Emily Gunn during this mornings bicycle biathlon held at the Terrace Rod and Gun Club.
— image credit: Janine Workman

There were about 25 participants at this mornings bicycle biathlon, held at the Terrace Rod and Gun Club.

The majority of the participants were youths, all of whom received safety training with a .22 calibre rifle before the event began.

Participants made a circuit of three laps on a bicycle stopping to shoot in between rounds.

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