By Andi Bourne

Citizens Biathlon opens the range to all abilities


February 10, 2022

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Seeley Lake Nordic Team racer Kalli Braulik shoots down range during the Seeley Lake Biathlon Feb. 5. Seeley-Swan Search and Rescue Chief Tim Hoag watches her shoot. For full story see page 9. Photo Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

SEELEY LAKE – After a hiatus for COVID last year, the Seeley Lake Biathlon returned this year Feb. 5. More than 90 racers took to the Seeley Creek Nordic Trails to test their skiing ability and marksmanship in the 21K, 9K and 3K races.

Tim Swanberg was the only racer from the area that participated in the 21K. He finished in 1:32:52.18 taking second for the men.

Representing Seeley Lake in the 9K Adult Female's race was Claire Muller and Ryen Neudecker. While both are avid skiers, neither had participated in a ski race before.

Neudecker coaches with the Seeley Lake Nordic Team and her tw...

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