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Inuvialuit Athletes Find Success At 2018 Arctic Winter Games
The South Slave 2018 Arctic Winter Games were held in Hay River and Fort Smith from March 18 to 24 and welcomed more than 2,000 athletes, coaches, mission staff, officials, and cultural performers, who represented nine circumpolar delegations.
The Games bring together Northern and Arctic athletes to promote the benefits of sport, build partnerships and friendships, and promote culture and values.
This year, Team NT finished with 102 ulu-medals – good enough for fifth place – and Inuvialuit Regional Corporation would like to congratulate the Inuvialuit athletes that helped contribute to that total.
IRC would also like to congratulate the many other Inuvialuit athletes, officials, coaches, and chaperones who proudly participated in the South Slave 2018 Arctic Winter Games: Brayden Teddy, Chantel Gruben, Charles Komeak, Clorese Nogasak, Edgar Kuptana, Ernie Bernhardt, Frank Elanik, Gerry Kisoun, Henson Nasogaluak, Jacob Lennie Blake, Jasmine Gruben, Jeffery Amos, Joe David Nasogaluak, Joel Arey, Karlene Green, Keegan Arey, Kendall Archie, Kieran Ritias, Kieron Sidney, Kolton Gordon Ruben, Kristin Jacobson , Larsen Nasogaluak, Lena Kotokak, Logan Arey, Madison McLeod, Matthew Anikina , Michelle Conley, Mikayla Jacobson, Paris Wainman, Robin Raddi Jr, Steve Cockney, Tianna Gordon Ruben, and Underwood Day.
If we have made a mistake, or accidentally left someone out, please let us know and we will update the list of names or results. Thank you!
If you have any questions about Inuvialuit participation at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games, please contact: