Despite a couple of challenging years, weaving between COVID-19 restrictions and reduced staffing, Alpine Yukon successfully hosted their annual Yukon Cup on Saturday. Local skiers took to the slopes and raced for a spot on the podium and a prize of baked goods.
The two-day event at Mount Sima saw 120 skiers competing in Giant Slalom and Slalom, with six different categories depending on age and technique level.
Matthew Jenner is the president of Alpine Yukon, the main organizers of the Yukon Cup.
Matthew Jenner is the president of Alpine Yukon. (CBC/Sissi De Flaviis)
He said there were many behind-the-scenes challenges this year, including a shortage of volunteers. But
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