RRN Ends Successful 2021/2022 Season

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Luke Enns competing in the Nordiq Canada National Championships in Whistler B.C.

We made it!

A large thank you to all our volunteers, parents, athletes, coaches, and directors for your help in making our return to sport season run smoothly!

We had to make many adjustments to make our programs work through the Covid-19 pandemic. From meeting outside to reducing our membership size, we thank you for sticking it through the rough again this year.

While we weren’t able to kick off our usual Jackrabbit Jamboree, we still hosted a number of Wednesday Night Races out of our series, and even a coveted (not seen for two years) costume relay to end it off. With a slow start to the season we were still able to end it off right with two Biathlon MB Cup events, and a club trip to Kenora for the MB XC Provincial Championships.

This year we were also able to send athletes to a multitude of events across Canada. Starting the season off with Calforex Cup 2 in Canmore AB and Sovereign Lake for XC CanWest Cup 1, ending in Prince George and Whistler B.C. for the respective Biathlon and XC Canadian Championships.

A congratulations is owed to all athletes for their hard work this season, we look forward to seeing you out training for an even more action packed 2022/2023 season!

Thanks for joining us on skis this year, see you soon!