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Team Alberta North is already starting to plan for the 2020 Arctic Winter Games in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, March 15-21, 2020.
With a team size of 250, athletes from north of the 55th parallel will represent Team Alberta North in 17 sports. We are currently working with representatives from those sports in development of technical packages and sport schedules.
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Team Alberta North recently completed the 2018 Arctic Winter Games, finishing in first place in the ulu standings! The 2018 Arctic Winter Games were held in Hay River and Fort Smith, Northwest Territories March 17 – 24, 2018.
238 athletes, coaches and mission staff from 36 Alberta communities north of the 55th parallel represented Team Alberta North at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games, participating in 16 different sports and culture.
Team Alberta North 2018 Final Results Recap
Team Alberta North 2018 Final Complete Results
Participant and Hometown list
2018 Team Alberta North Media Booklet
See all Team Alberta North results from recent Arctic Winter Games.
Contacts in Northern Alberta for each of the 17 sports
The Arctic Winter Games International Committee governs the Arctic Winter Games
The Arctic Winter Games is an international sport festival bringing together athletes from the Northwest Territories, Yukon, Nunavut, Alaska, Greenland, Russia (Yamal), Nunavik (Northern Quebec), Northern Alberta and the indigenous people (Sami) of Norway, Sweden, Russia and Finland.
The concept of the Arctic Winter Games was developed as a direct result of the experiences of Northern athletes at the 1967 Canada Winter Games.
Representatives of the Yukon and Northwest Territories realized that their teams were at disadvantage due to relatively small athletic pools, lack of facilities and infrequent training opportunities. Therefore, the concept of an event specifically designed for northern athletes was born.
The first games were staged in 1970 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, and have taken place every two years since, alternating among participating jurisdictions.
Team Alberta North joined the Arctic Winter Games in 1986, and Alberta hosted for the first time 1994 in Slave Lake, and have since hosted in 2004 (Wood Buffalo) and in 2010 (Grande Prairie). In 2022, Albert will host for the fourth time.
Team Alberta North, Chef de Mission
Alberta Sport Connection
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