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Cody Johnson

2019 Junior World Championships (Brezno-Osrblie, SVK) - 79th in individual / 19th in relay / 72nd in sprint 2018 Junior World Championships (Otepaa, EST) - 19th in relay / 60th in individual / 37th in sprint / 48th in pursuit 2017 Junior World Championships (Brezno-Osrblie, SVK) - 46th in sprint / 50th in individual / 55th in pursuit / 14th in relay

    Athlete Bio




    Fort Kent, ME



    My dream job is…. a gear tester for Cabela's and a registered waterfowl hunting guide...My favorite sports team is...New England Patriots...My favorite food is...steak...My guilty pleasure is...Swedish Fish (I could eat a bag a day)...If I were not an athlete, I would…..have money...Hobbies: hunting, biking, cooking and listening to music

    • 2019 US Biathlon National Championships (Jericho, Vt) - 6th in sprint / 4th in pursuit / 2nd in super sprint
    • 2018 US Biathlon National Championships (Park City, Utah) - 10th in sprint / 10th in pursuit / 9th in mass start
    • 2018 Open Junior European Championships (Pokljuka, SLO) - 18th in relay / 88th in individual / 101st in sprint
    • 2018 IBU Junior Cup (Nove Mesto, CZE) - 58th in sprint / 72nd in sprint
    • 2017 Open Junior European Championships (Nove Mesto, CZE) - 99th in individual / 76th in sprint
    • 2017 IBU Junior Cup (Pokljuka, SLO) - 52nd in sprint

    MORE ON CODY: He has been skiing since he was 10 and shooting since the age of 14. His first competition was in the 6th grade and he won a bronze medal and silver medal in La Patrie, Quebec. He competed internationally for the first time in Romania in 2016. He trained the Maine Winter Sports Center (now called the Outdoor Sports Institute) since he was 12. He attended public school up until the 6th grade then switched to home schooling where he could focus on histraining and schooling. He's worked at Paradis Shop n Save in Fort Kent, Maine since 2013. He's a native of Enfield, Connecticut, but has been living in Fort Kent since I the age of 4. His parents and only brother live in Fort Kent as well. He has been living and breathing biathlon ever since he got on his first skis. Cody says there is no such thing as an "off season" for him as he trains year-round no matter the weather. 

    Biathlon Since: 2007
    Member of Junior National Team since: 2016  
    Skis:  Madshus  
    Boots: Madshus  
    Club:  Outdoor Sports Institute 
    Coaches:  Seth Hubbard, Jean Paquet and Algis Shalna

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