March 13, 2014

Skate Canada: Alberta-NWT/Nunavut is proud to be represented by 18 skaters and 5 coaches at the 2014 Arctic Winter Games in Fairbanks Alaska. The Arctic Winter Games are from March 15-22, 2014 with the figure skating events being held from March 17-20, 2014.

Canada, United States of America, and Russia are the three Federations that have athletes attending the Arctic Winter Games. Canada will be sending athletes from Alberta, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Yukon. For the first time, Nunavut will have skaters participating in the Games!

Featured below are the skaters and team coaches representing Alberta, NWT and Nunavut at the 2014 Arctic Winter Games.

To view profiles of each skater, click on their name.
  Alberta North
Arctic Winter Games Level 1

Arctic Winter Games Level 2  

Sarah Dyrkach, Grande Prairie SC

Nicole Sharrot, Grande Prairie SC 


Arctic Winter Games Level 3

Darci Wilson, Grande Prairie SC  

Takara Dei, Grande Prairie SC     


Arctic Winter Games Level 4   

Samanta Beida, Grande Prairie SC

Brooke Yanishewski, Grande Prairie SC 

Alberta Team Coaches

Cheryl Kjemus, Grande Prairie SC

Jessica Novakowski, Grande Prairie SC

  Northwest Territories
Arctic Winter Games Level 1
Anika Alain, Yellowknife FSC
Katelynn Crocker, Inuvik FSC

Arctic Winter Games Level 2 

Sara du Plessis, Yellowknife FSC 

Maya Krizan, Inuvik FSC 


Arctic Winter Games Level 3

Winter Ross, Inuvik FSC

Emma du Plessis, Yellowknife FSC


Arctic Winter Games Level 4

Rachel Watters, Inuvik FSC 

Ashley Ramirez, Yellowknife FSC 


NWT Team Coaches

Lisette Kaip, Yellowknife FSC

Brenda Dalton, Yellowknife FSC 

Arctic Winter Games Level 2


Nunavut Team Coach

Victoria Hann, Iqualuit SC

Skate Canada: Alberta-NWT/Nunavut provides leadership in conjunction with Skate Canada as an association dedicated to the principles of enabling all to participate in skating throughout their lifetime for fun, fitness, and/or achievement.