Vermont Biathlon/EABC Uniform information here (includes sizing info)


EABC holds a 6 race winter biathlon race series on Thursday evenings under the lights throughout January and February. These races are open to beginners as well as experienced biathletes and are typically Sprint format with wave starts for distances of 5 to 7 kilometers freestyle technique. Safety clinic, instruction and shared rifles are available for novices. Awards are given at the end of the series along with a prize raffle. Racers should be 14 years old or older. Zero at 5:30 and races start at 6:15 pm.
Race dates: January 7 results, January 14 Results, January 21 Results, and February 11 Results, 18th, and 25th.
Series Points | Series Shooting

IMPORTANT - NEW THIS YEAR! If you are sport class (novice) you will have to complete a safety clinic before you can race. These clinics will take about 45 minutes and will be offered from 5:30 to 6:15pm on some Tuesdays leading up to the race series. We will also offer a clinic on some Thursday race nights at 5:00 pm. If you are late for the race night clinic you will not get to race. At the end of the safety clinic you will be given a Safety Card to show when you come to a race which will allow you to enter. The safety clinic and card are good for one year. There is no charge for the safety clinic and you will get to do some shooting.

Safety clinic schedule - Please send an email ( to let us know you are attending a certain date or if you have any questions.

Thursdays (5:00 to 5:45pm) - No late arrival for these clinics. Must Preregister for clinic
February 11

2016 North American Biathlon Cup #5

February 20 and 21, 2016 Invitation
Registration online only

2016 USBA National Race Series

March 12, 2016 Invitation

Directions to Ethan Allen Biathlon Range - Google Map

NOTE: Some GPS navigation systems are directing drivers to the Range via Nashville Road. You cannot reach the Range via Nashville Road. You must enter via Ethan Allen Drive.
Once at the base, Pass through the gate onto new pavement. Turn right on Essayons Road (just past "Red House" on your left) and after one mile (at 20 mph!) you will come to the range. NOTE: In the Google Map link above, Essayons Road is labeled as West Hill Road. Please obey the posted base speed limit of 20 mph. There are many army personnel walking on the roads as well as army vehicles. Anyone who is caught speeding will be asked to leave the base. They are serious about this!!