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October 2022

  • Utah Olympic Park
    Saturday, October 8

    The sport of skiing is unquestionably one of the most diverse recreational pursuits imaginable. By the time a lifelong skier reaches middle age, he or she has likely dabbled in or fully dedicated him or herself to a myriad of facets within the sport. Each facet provides an entirely new set of experiences, thrills, challenges and rewards.

    Matchstick Productions’ 2022 ski film explores this world of opportunities through the eyes of a 12 year-old freestyle phenomenon. Through his voice, the audience hears the skiing aspirations of such a 12 year-old, a kid who just wants to play and doesn’t have to ponder “real life” quite yet.

    The core of this film is packed with a star studded cast of skiers shredding across the globe.

    Showtime – 7:30 pm

  • Utah Olympic Oval
    Saturday, October 8

    The Utah Olympic Oval is proud to host Trick or Treat Street: A trick-or-treating event like no other! Little ghouls and ghosts are invited to travel the Utah Olympic Oval for tricks and treats from local vendors, sport clubs and community groups. Spooky (and safe) fun for the whole family! Free ice skating for kids 12 and under (skate rental not included).

    The event will be held from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm on Saturday, Oct. 8.

    Admission for adults Age 13 and over is $5 or a non-perishable canned food item donation. Kids Age 12 and Under admission is free. Public skate rental is $5.

  • Soldier Hollow Nordic Center
    Tuesday, October 11

    Join Coach Bill Pierce and company for a fall Masters Altitude Training Camp at Soldier Hollow, site of the 2002 Olympic Games. The camp combines group workouts, rollerski technique sessions for those so inclined, and an opportunity to hear from other top coaches and athletes in afternoon al-fresco cocktail meet-and-greets and an evening at the renowned Mercantile Restaurant on Midway’s Main Street.

    Official sessions will be mornings and afternoons of Oct 11-13 with biathletes taking part in 3 workouts with the XC group and 3 focused shooting sessions. All athletes will also receive training passes for the full week of Schutzenski as well as race entries for XC (Oct 15/16) or BIA (Oct 14/15).

    More details will be communicated directly to registrants.


    Thursday, October 13

    This fall at the Schutzenski Festival, Soldier Hollow will host a Level 1/2 Officials Training course. The course is taught by International Referee Shawn Robison who has served as an official in many events, including as the Assistant Chief of Range for the Soldier Hollow 2019 BMW IBU World Cup and Chief of Range for the 2022 IBU Youth & Jr World Championships at Soldier Hollow. The course combines lectures, hands-on activities, and a final exam. Participants will also have the opportunity to volunteer for the Friday and Saturday Biathlon World Cup Trials Races if they would like. This is a wonderful opportunity to up your biathlon knowledge, gain skills to better prepare athletes for competition, and to run better competitions at any level. We encourage all coaches to attend. This training is part of the pathway towards earning your IBU International Referee (IR) license. Please see below for the general clinic schedule. Cost for the two days of clinic is $50. More details will be communicated to registrants.


    Saturday, October 15

    Join us the week of October 10th for the Second Annual Schutzenski Festival at Soldier Hollow. The Schutzenski Festival will consist of fun events for all ages:

    • Elite & Open Class Rollerski Biathlon Races
    • Elite & Open Class Cross Country Rollerski Races
    • 5k & 10k Trail Running Race + a 1k Dino Kids Fun Run
    • Great Food and Drink options from local vendors, including BBQ & a Beer Garden
    • The Wild West Shooting competition
    • Discover Biathlon: the public has a chance to learn about biathlon and shoot real biathlon rifles on the Olympic range.
    • Ski vendors – a chance to get your hands on some of the latest and greatest gear in the ski world!
    Saturday, October 15

    Join us on Saturday, October 15 for the Second Annual Schutzenski Festival at Soldier Hollow. The Schutzenski Festival opens with a 5/10km run/walk on the Olympic trails plus a FREE 1km Dino Fun Run for kids 13 and under. These events are closely followed by elite-level Biathlon and Cross-Country rollerski races throughout the morning. The event will feature tasty offerings from local food trucks, a Beer Garden, a Wild West shooting competition, and Discover Biathlon where the public can learn about biathlon and shoot real biathlon rifles on the Olympic range. The Schutzenski Festival is open to the public (registration is required for the Schutzenski 5/10km fun run/walk and rollerski races).