Yukon speedskaters hit the end of the season at top speed on Sunday.
A total of 31 personal best times were posted by 24 skaters during the Yukon Speed Skating Championships at the Canada Games Centre.
For a handful of skaters, fast times meant gold medals at the season-closing event.
Newcomer Lisa Freeman made her first championship a good one. Freeman won four gold medals in the Learn to Train division. Just behind her in each race was Celeste Findlay with four silver.
In the same division Emma Hamilton set three personal best times to help collect four gold.
Whitehorse’s Jacob McPherson took three gold and one silver, while Marsh Lake’s Caius Taggart-Cox snagged one gold, one silver and two bronze in the more experienced Train to Train division.
Fresh from a standout performance at the Arctic Winter Games two weeks ago, Haines Junction’s Michael Ritchie won two gold and two bronze in the Train to Train division on Sunday. Ritchie won four medals at the Arctic Games in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Shea Hoffman, Yukon’s flag-bearer for the opening ceremony at the Arctic Games, won three gold and one silver, including a gold in the masters division over the weekend. Hoffman won a silver and a bronze at his seventh and final major Games in Fairbanks.
Donald Fortune won a gold and three silver at the championships in the Train to Train division.
Jody Cox claimed three gold and a bronze in the masters division at the championships.
Phil Hoffman, Whitehorse Rapids Speed Skating Club head coach, took three gold and a bronze in the Masters division.
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