distance Season 2020/21 As there was no shortage of excellent spots, the United States had already announced the squad for the 2021/22 season. In addition to the top groups, youth groups have also been announced.
This is what he mentioned Lowell BaileyNow the competitive director of the American biathlon game: “The Olympic season has always been one of the most important seasons in a distinguished athlete’s career. Next season, with Beijing on the horizon, we are excited to have many veterans in the squad alongside newcomers who will undoubtedly raise the pace of the training group. Congratulations to all the new candidates. “.
A1 National Team
Claire Egan (Cape Elizabeth, Maine)
Susan Dunkley (Craftsbury, VT)
Sean Doherty (Center Conway, New Hampshire)
A2 National Team
Jake Brown (Saint Paul, Minnesota)
Lev Nordgren (Heinsburg, VT)
A3 National Team
Joan Reed (Grand Junction, Colorado).
Deidra Irwin (Pulaski, Wes.)
The national team b
Maddy Fanouf (Old Forge, New York)
Paul Schumer (Appleton, Wes.)
Max Dorchi (Ketchum, Idaho)
Team National X
Chloe Levins (Rutland, Fat.
Vaclav Servinka (Grand Rapids, Minnesota)
Junior national team
Helen Wilson (Eagle River, Alaska)
Cal Woods (Bozeman, Mont.)
West Campbell (Park City, Utah)
Vincent Bonacci (Salt Lake City, Utah)
Maja Labcas (Anchorage, Alaska)
Lexi Madigan (Truckee, California)
Sam Stertz (Grand Rapids, Minnesota)
Bjorn Westerfelt (STW, VT)
Maxime German (Anchorage, Alaska)
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