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Sure, the whole party is named after the Biathlon but that's not all that happens!   There are lots of other things going on, including...

Free Throw Contest:  Contestants shoot a qualifying round of ten shots during the afternoon (you can shoot a few practice shots and start when one goes in so everyone gets at least one).  The top two or three (or four if the host is fourth) qualifiers get into the finals.  These are held around 7:00pm when the crowd is in a drunken frenzy and can turn ugly if you miss.  There are classes for adult male, adult female, male kid (K – 8) and female kid (K – 8).  Kid classes are handicapped somewhat capriciously by allowing the youngest kids to shoot from closer in.  And yes the pavement on the court is bad and there is a steel net that might not be exactly 10 feet – get over it!
50 Yard Dash:  Even the adults usually can figure this one out.  You run…50 yards.  Classes for each age and gender starting at 2.  But sometimes there aren’t enough to make a race so we combine.  And sometimes we use grade instead of age.  But the course is always 50 yards.  And yes there is the “Drink, Drop and Run” but we really don’t approve of it.  And the latest addition is the 50 Yard Dog Dash.
Ping Pong Tournament:  New in 2010 and very popular.  Single elimination bracket format.  Sign up at the beginning of the day and pay attention because you have two minutes to show up after your play time is called or you will forfeit.

Cornhole Contest:  New in 2014.  Similar to Free Throw Contest in that there is a qualifying round, then a Finals.  Teams of two people.  And yes, some of us thought Cornhole meant something else but we're trying to stay current.  Beer Pong is so yesterday, by the way.