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Entering his third straight season with the Canadian Para-Nordic World Cup Team, Erik Carleton has already made some big decisions this year. Among them, he had to choose whether to race the Alberta Cross Country World Cup in Canmore or go for gold at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) World Cup opener in Vuokatti, Finland. It must be tough to be Carleton, a competitive-nordic racer who doubles as a Para-Nordic guide for Brian McKeever, arguably the...

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This past weekend Canadian and American Para-Nordic athletes competed in a combination biathlon/cross-country ski World Cup in Bessan, France.  140 athletes from 20 different nations competed in four events, comprising of two biathlon races and two cross-country races. North American skiers performed very well. US Report Andy Soule put more points in his pocket to pad his overall leaders position in this year’s World Cup biathlon series. Soule skied a great race on Saturday, and...