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==Background==
 
==Background==
The Arctic Winter Games were founded in 1969 under the leadership of [[List of Governors of Alaska|Governor]] [[Walter Joseph Hickel|Walter J. Hickel]] of [[Alaska]], [[Stuart Milton Hodgson|Stuart M. Hodgson]], [[List of Northwest Territories commissioners|Commissioner]] of the [[Northwest Territories]], and [[Yukon]] [[List of Yukon commissioners|Commissioner]] [[James Smith (Yukon)|James Smith]]. The idea to "provide a forum where athletes from the ''circumpolar North'' could compete on their own terms, on their own turf" came from Cal Miller, an advisor with the Yukon team at the 1967 [[Canada Games|Canada Winter Games]].
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Games were founded in 1969 under the leadership of [[List of Governors of Alaska|Governor]] [[Walter Joseph Hickel|Walter J. Hickel]] of [[Alaska]], [[Stuart Milton Hodgson|Stuart M. Hodgson]], [[List of Northwest Territories commissioners|Commissioner]] of the [[Northwest Territories]], and [[Yukon]] [[List of Yukon commissioners|Commissioner]] [[James Smith (Yukon)|James Smith]]. The idea to "provide a forum where athletes from the ''circumpolar North'' could compete on their own terms, on their own turf" came from Cal Miller, an advisor with the Yukon team at the 1967 [[Canada Games|Canada Winter Games]].
   
 
In 1970 in [[Yellowknife]], [[Canada]], 500 athletes, trainers and officials came together for the first Arctic Winter Games. The participants came from [[Northwest Territories]], [[Yukon]] and [[Alaska]]. Since then, the Games have been held on fifteen occasions in different places and with ever more participants from more and more places within the Arctic region. The games in 2002 were the first jointly hosted Arctic Winter Games, by [[Nuuk]], [[Greenland]] and [[Iqaluit]], [[Nunavut]].
 
In 1970 in [[Yellowknife]], [[Canada]], 500 athletes, trainers and officials came together for the first Arctic Winter Games. The participants came from [[Northwest Territories]], [[Yukon]] and [[Alaska]]. Since then, the Games have been held on fifteen occasions in different places and with ever more participants from more and more places within the Arctic region. The games in 2002 were the first jointly hosted Arctic Winter Games, by [[Nuuk]], [[Greenland]] and [[Iqaluit]], [[Nunavut]].
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