2023 Results, Videos, Photos

April 1st and 2nd, 2023

The second annual S2S is complete. The photo gallery links are filling in further down the page. It looks like we did get at least one photo or video of every skier, but it may take a bit of hunting to find all of yours. This page will be updated as new galleries come in and more videos are finished. Errors, omissions, missing galleries, incorrect photo credits? Email info@Sovereign2SilverStar.com

Club Championships Winner is Yellowknife Ski Club.  $2000 and an awesome plaque is their prize!  Next year, this could go to your club!

The Winners of the Loppet Series are: 

Individual Results

Full weekend results are here on zone4 or you can take the shortcuts below.

Saturday Free: Overall, Age Group, Gender

Sunday Classic: Overall, Age Group, Gender

Skied Both Days: Combined Results

Photo Galleries

Photos and videos so far.

Marshall Moleschi (Alder Point): Saturday, Sunday

Vanessa Garrison (Start/Finish): Saturday: Highlights, AthletesPodiums, Volunteers  Sunday: Highlights, Athletes, Podiums, Volunteers

Nathaniel Mah (everywhere) Sunday: Highlights, Finishing is Winning, Scenic, Volunteers, Finish AreaElite, Podium Athletes

Tor Nenzen (Finish): Saturday, Sunday, Favourites

Anna Sellers: Sunday

You are free to download pictures. If you use them publicly, please credit the photographers for their work.

Weekend Summary

Finishing is Winning. With selfies in Saturday sunshine. (Photo: Marshall Moleschi)

The second edition went pretty smoothly by all reports. Once again, it was -5C and fresh snow on the Saturday followed by -7C and sunshine for Sunday. This year, the free technique went first and classic second.

Saturday featured quite a lot of new snow, with a few centimetres correctly predicted between 3am and 6am. And then at about 7am a bonus flurry arrived, dumping another 10-15cm of the fluffy stuff and making the roads just a little more exciting.

Sunday brought less surprises, just sunshine and smiles. The recommended grip wax was Swix VP45 (blue) covered with VP40 on great day for classic skiing.

The main feature both days was a LOT of smiles, with many skiers celebrating the 'Finishing is Winning' spirit among the dancing stuffies on the finish line.

There were a few very fast skiers, including active and former Canadian and US national team members and Olympians, all of whom skied so fast they missed the chance to see Alder Point in full sunshine on Saturday.

Let's get this party started. (Photo: Vanessa Garrison)

And now representing the Mexican National Team.... (Photo: Tor Nenzen)

Having fun with the day. (Photo: Vanessa Garrison)

The finish line greeters. (Photo: Vanessa Garrison)