Gender equity in x-c skiing a matter of time

Megan Imrie, Zina Kocker, Jean-Philippe Leguellec, Brendan Green

Canadian biathletes Megan Imrie, Zina Kocker, Jean-Philippe Leguellec, Brendan Green, 6th place at Hochfilzen, Austria 2012

We could be wrong of course, but our strong feeling is that it’s a matter of time before mixed gender racing resurfaces in x-c skiing.

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L’équité en ski de fond, une question de temps

Megan Imrie, Zina Kocker, JP Leguellec, Brendan Green, 6th place at Hochfilzen, Austria 2012

Les biathloniens canadiens Megan Imrie, Zina Kocker, JP Leguellec, Brendan Green, 6es à Hochfilzen, Autriche, 2012

L’impression que nous avons, peut-être à tort, est que ce n’est qu’une question de temps avant que des relais mixtes refassent surface en ski de fond.

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On sexism and the image of female athletes

Rosanna Crawford

Rosanna Crawford

We’re far from an ideal world, but women’s lot in sport keeps improving.

In this second of three articles, Rosanna Crawford, the biathlete, doesn’t beat around the bush to convey her opinion.

“For cross-country, I really think that the women should be doing distances that reflect times closer to that of the men, we are strong and can recover just as quickly as men.”

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