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  • n. Plural form of biathlon.


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  • Several top athletes from Europe quaffed the beverage from giant mugs on the podium of the World Cup biathlons held in northern Maine.

    Andrea Metcalf: Beer at the Finish Line?

  • And E.M. asks "can she now participate in biathlons?"

    Top 5 Sports Stories

  • Win and I had been entering biathlons since freshman year.


  • He has completed more than 1,000 races, triathlons, biathlons and eco-challenges over the past 30 years.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • Skiing events for medals include Alpine ladies Super G and men's Cross Country 30k on Saturday and men's and women's biathlons, men's Alpine super combined slalom and men's cross country freestyle on Sunday.

    NBC Miami - Top Stories

  • There was something about watching Jean Claude tear down the slopes, the long jump (let the women compete you sexists!), the biathlons, and even figure skating.

    Laughing Wolf

  • So I was doing a cross-country ski race today and I found out that they hold weekly biathlons.

    Wired Campus

  • Obstacle course memorization with a math equation finale; physical and cerebral, like chessboxing and biathlons.

    Survivor: Samoa

  • Ramps for cross-country skiing and biathlons, a winter sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, are also under construction.

    Hurriyet Dailynews

  • He grew up in a beach town in Australia; got a business degree at Sydney University; became a soap-opera star in his native land; moved to Los Angeles eight years ago to pursue acting; has competed in international biathlons; has become a yoga instructor; has published a book of poems; and he's writing another book, which started out as a parody of self-help books.

    JAM! Showbiz


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