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Although the term '''biathlon''' may be properly used to describe any sports contest consisting of two distinct disciplines, it is now most often used to describe a winter sport combining a [[cross country skiing]] race with a target shooting competition. Competitors race all out, but must pause at designated areas, gather themselves, shoot, and then continue racing.
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Although the term '''biathlon''' may be properly used to describe any sports contest consisting of two distinct disciplines, it is now most often used to describe a winter sport combining a [[cross-country skiing]] race with a target shooting competition. Competitors race all out, but must pause at designated areas, gather themselves, shoot, and then continue racing.
  
Biatholon debuted as an [[Olympics|Olympic]] event in 1960.
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Biathlon debuted as an [[Olympics|Olympic]] event in 1960.
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Although the term biathlon may be properly used to describe any sports contest consisting of two distinct disciplines, it is now most often used to describe a winter sport combining a cross-country skiing race with a target shooting competition. Competitors race all out, but must pause at designated areas, gather themselves, shoot, and then continue racing.

Biathlon debuted as an Olympic event in 1960.

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