Team Yukon’s 159 members left in August for the City of Saint John, New Brunswick to participate in the 2018 Canada 55+ Games. As Team Yukon participated in the games they shared the vibrant Spirit of the Yukon, and had a great time. I am sure the fun of meeting up with old friends, and making new ones was part of the excitement and the challenge of attending the Canada Games.
Team Yukon won a total of 83.5 medals (24 Gold, 28 Silver, 31.5 Bronze). The average age of participants attending the games was 68 years with the eldest being 93 years young.
Our local papers had some articles about the Games, which can be read here:
Pictures from this year's Games can be seen on Facebook. Click here to access the Team Yukon group.
GOLDEN SMILE – Whitehorse crib player Betty Hebert, 93, was presented with a plaque Tuesday for being the eldest female participant at the Canada 55+ Games in Saint John, N.B. Looking on is Team Yukon’s Sue Meikle. Photo courtesy TEAM YUKON
The next 55+ Canada Games will be held in Kamloops, BC in 2020. Looking forward to having you on Team Yukon 2020.
Check out how much fun Team Yukon had at the Summer 2016 Games!
The Canada 55+ Games are sanctioned by the:
Canadian Senior Games Association: www.canada55plusgames.com
Yukon Director – Sue Meikle (667-8729)
Alternate Yukon Director – Tom Parlee (633-4786)
"Team Yukon" is sanctioned and supported by the:
ElderActive Recreation Association
is supported in part by: