PICS FROM THE PAS

 

Dog and Goggles A MOMENT WITH YOUR DOGS - Arctic Winter Games athletes include a variety of northern canine breeds.  Dog mushing is a unique sport with strong spectator appeal.  
Dogs DOG RACES  - A finish line spectators seat at the dog mushing venue is an exciting place to be at the Arctic Winter Games.
Headpull HEAD PULL - A traditional Arctic Sport event, the head pull is quick and intense.
Hug A HUG FOR A TEAM MEMBER - Many new and old friendships are made and renewed
Np7b1

SKIING - The arctic tradition of cross country skiing continues. The Games also feature alpine and snowboarding events added in 2000 for the XVI Arctic Winter Games in Whitehorse, Yukon

Np7c1 GYMNASTICS POSE - A graceful pose by a dedicated gymnastics athlete
onefoot_small HIGH KICK - The Alaskan High Kick, an Arctic Sport event, features agility, strength and concentration.  The Games record holder in the open women's category is Meika McDonald of Team NWT.  She jumped 5 feet 11 inches at the 1998 Games in Yellowknife.
twofoot TWO FEET HIGH KICK - The Two Foot High Kick, an Arctic Sport event, requires extreme focus and a vertical jump that rivals any basketball player.   The Games record holder in the open men's category is Brian Randazzo of Team Alaska.  He jumped 8 feet 8 inches at the 1988 Games held in Fairbanks, Alaska.    

 

Np10a1 TEAM ALBERTA NORTH
nP10B1 TEAM ALASKA
Np10c1 TEAM MAGADAN
nP11A1 TEAM GREENLAND
Np11b1 TEAM YUKON
Np11c1 TEAM NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

 

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