Biathletes win gold, silver at national championships

Aldergrove biathletes Emmanuel and Ariel Bussani and Team BC won silver, gold and more at the national championships

Emmanuel Bussani and and his partner Ethan Algra won the silver in the junior boys team relay, a gold in the junior boys patrol team race, the top unit team award for the male junior boy category and the top unit team award for the male open category. In the individual race, Emmanuel placed fifth.

Aldergrove biathletes Emmanuel and Ariel Bussani have returned from the national championships in Quebec with several awards.

Emmanuel Bussani and and his partner Ethan Algra won the silver in the junior boys team relay, a gold in the junior boys patrol team race, the top unit team award for the male junior boy category and the top unit team award for the male open category.

In the individual race, Emmanuel placed fifth.

The B.C. team won a silver medal in the team competition.

Ariel Bussani and her partner Caelen​ Pennington placed seventh in the patrol team race, and seventh in the relay team event.

In the individual race, Ariel placed 11th.

Ariel Bussani competing in the cross country skiing.

Team B.C. won the silver medals.

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