Myriam Bédard Biathlon Centre
The Myriam Bédard Biathlon Centre, is an Olympic-caliber facility for high-level athletes. Training here is sponsored by professional organizations.
The centre was inaugurated in 1996 during an international military championship. Several other international competitions have since been held here. It boasts a 35-km network of high-level trails as well as technical infrastructure able to accommodate up to 500 competitors.
A roller-skiing trail enabling fans of this sport the opportunity to train all year round (on the condition of being member of the biathlon club) is also available.
To top it off, there's a firing range with 30 locations and a timing system.
The club de biathlon Courcelette has a very long tradition of excellence. Several of its biathletes achieved recognition nationally and internationally, as well as, in various Winter Olympic Games.
Its mission is to implement programs and activities fostering the practice of biathlon activities in the city of Québec area.
Its programs and activities:
- are aimed at athletes of all ages
- include competitive and participative events
- can be practiced all year round
- are also aimed at schools through Sport-Études or after-school programs.
Visit the club's website