Here is Everything you need to know: How to watch 2023 Arctic Winter Games live stream online, Schedule, TV Coverage info. The 2023 Arctic Winter Games is a winter multi-sport event which will take place in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in Northern Alberta from 29 January to 4 February 2023.
The Arctic Winter Games is held every two years and is an important circumpolar sports and cultural event for youth. Up to 2,000 people participate, with an equal number of volunteers.
The new 2023 date does not affect the current bid cycle for the Matanuska Susitna Borough, Alaska 2024 Arctic Winter Games Bid.
|Host city||Fort McMurray
|Opening ceremony||January 29, 2023|
|Closing ceremony||February 4, 2023|
Arctic Winter Games Lists
Twenty sports are scheduled to be held at the 2023 Arctic Winter Games.
|Alpine skiing (details)
Arctic sports (details)
Cross-country skiing (details)
Dene games (details)
Figure skating (details)
Ice hockey (details)
Short track speed skating (details)
Snowshoe biathlon (details)
Table tennis (details)
The Arctic Winter Games celebrates culture and creates in the participants an awareness of cultural similarities and dissimilarities. Cultural exchange and social interaction are important parts of the Games. Each participating contingent contributes with performances in dance, song, music, plays or art. These cultural events reflect the traditional as well as the modern cultures of the Arctic.
At each Arctic Winter Games, the AWG International Committee presents the Hodgson Trophy to the contingent whose athletes best exemplify the ideals of fair play and team spirit. Team members also receive a distinctive pin in recognition of their accomplishment.
Arctic Winter Games 2023 – LIVE!!
We are going to share how to watch Arctic Winter Games 2023 Live Stream Online, the 2023 Arctic Winter Games is a winter multi-sport event which will take place in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in Northern Alberta from 29 January to 4 February 2023.
The Wood Buffalo 2023 Arctic Winter Games includes athletes from the Northwest Territories, Yukon, Nunavut, Alaska, Greenland, Nunavik (Northern Quebec), Northern Alberta and the Indigenous people (Sami) of Norway, Sweden and Finland.
From January 29-February 4, Wood Buffalo will welcome approximately 2,100 athletes, coaches, mission staff and officials from eight contingents for the 2023 Arctic Winter Games (AWG).
2023 Arctic Winter Games Participants
Eight contingents are set to participate in the 2023 Arctic Winter Games.
- Alaska, United States
- Northern Alberta, Canada (host)
- Northwest Territories, Canada
- Nunavik, Quebec, Canada
- Nunavut, Canada
- Sámi people
- Yukon, Canada
Athletes from the Russian region of Yamal will not be participating in the 2023 Arctic Winter Games