Here is Jonus Lecuyer competing in the BC Cup biathlon in Prince George March 5th.

Terrace takes on Biathlon BC Cup

Two members of Biathlon Terrace competed in the BC Cup races in Prince George last weekend on March 5th.

Two members of Biathlon Terrace competed in the BC Cup races in Prince George last weekend on March 5th.

Jonus Lecuyer placed 4th in the Midget 4 km individual competition. His father, Andy Lecuyer, placed 3rd in the open recreational 8 km individual race.

Head Coach, Debbie Helsdon, praised the competitors for their great performance, and for taking the initiative to try a BC level competition during their first year of training.

Biathlon Terrace is a chapter of the Terrace Rod & Gun Club.   Biathlon practices take place Saturday afternoons at 2 p.m. at the Terrace Rod and Gun Club on Rifle Range Road.

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