The athletes had Saturday and Sunday off.
Skylar Horton went into the break having taken a step-up from the qualifying round. Horton went into the finals as the 12th place Long Jump finalist, and managed to finish 11th, with a jump of 5.01m.
Yesterday was a BUSY day for Team NWT. A lot of events kicked off their debut match-ups, with Men and Women’s Volleyball, Men’s Soccer, Mixed Tennis and Swimming all finally participating in the Games.
The Women’s Volleyball Team suffered 2 losses. They lost to Ontario in the 3 straights: 25-3, 25-9, 25-10; and to Alberta in 3 sets, 25-9, 25-9, 25-6. The Men’s Volleyball Team lost to Manitoba in 3 straight sets as well: 25-10, 25-11, 25-4.
The NWT Mixed Tennis Team lost in a quick sweep, 2 sets (0-6, 0-6), to Manitoba.
In Swimming, Team NWT finished near the bottom of the pack of all of their respective heats. Gabriel Leclerc finished relatively the highest, 16th out of 22 athletes, with a personal best time of 9:36.50 in the Male 800m free. Other solo swimmers, Aisling Dunn and Elle Mitchener, also reached personal bests, with Dunn besting her time by an unprecedented 2 minutes.
The main event was the Men’s Soccer Team’s 4-0 loss to Newfoundland.
Golf began at 6am this morning.
There will be more swimming on today, with 2 separate spurts beginning at 8:30 am and 3:30 pm.
The Men’s Volleyball Team has 2 games today, Alberta and Newfoundland. The Women’s Volleyball Team plays New Brunswick.
The Men’s Soccer Team plays New Brunswick as well.
You can catch all of the action on TV, or you can watch the webcast stream.