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Sarah Beaudry

Sarah Beaudry

Sarah Beaudry had a standout performance at the 2014 IBU Junior World Championships where she won bronze in the pursuit. She has been competing on the IBU World Cup circuit since 2015 and made her world championship debut in 2016.

Macx Davies

Macx Davies

Macx Davies achieved some career highlights in 2015-16, posting his best-ever World Cup result when he placed 10th in the sprint in Oestersund, Sweden in December. He was the only man in the field to have a perfect day of shooting. He made his world championship debut later that season, the first of his back-to-back appearances.

Scott Gow

Scott Gow

Scott Gow was part of Canadian biathlon history at the 2016 IBU World Championships where he, along with younger brother Christian, Nathan Smith, and Brendan Green, won bronze in the 4 x 7.5km relay. It was Canada’s first ever men’s relay medal at the worlds.

Emma Lunder

Emma Lunder

Named to the national team in 2014, Emma Lunder had a career breakthrough at the IBU Cup in Canmore in February 2015 when she finished second in the sprint for her first international podium in front of family and friends. She made her world championship debut in 2017.

Christian Gow

Christian Gow

Christian Gow was part of Canadian biathlon history at the 2016 IBU World Championships where he, along with older brother Scott, Nathan Smith, and Brendan Green, won bronze in the 4 x 7.5km relay. It was Canada’s first ever men’s relay medal at the worlds.

Julia Ransom

Julia Ransom

Julia Ransom opened the 2017-18 World Cup season with a ninth-place finish in the 15km individual event in Oestersund, Sweden. She matched that result in the 7.5km sprint in Oberhof, Germany, shooting clean both times.

Larkyn Austman

Larkyn Austman

Larkyn Austman put together two of the best performances of her career to win the bronze medal at the 2018 Canadian Championships. Eight years earlier, she had skated on Olympic ice as a flower retriever at Vancouver 2010, giving her a front row seat to watch Joannie Rochette win the bronze medal which really sparked her own Olympic dream.

Keegan Messing

Keegan Messing

Keegan Messing began competing for Canada during the 2014-15 season after having represented the United States since the start of his career. Messing has won two medals on the ISU Challenger Series, taking bronze at the 2016 Golden Spin of Zagreb and the 2017 Autumn Classic International.