Team Saskatchewan — Winterlude National Ice-Carving Championship

Sculpture title: Rings of Glory

Carvers: Peter Fogarty and Jeffrey Book

Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

The Rings of Glory represent those of the Olympics, the Paralympics and the game of curling. Across Saskatchewan, small towns make this game accessible to citizens of all ages. They contribute to youth practicing the sport early in life and encourage them to continue to strive for greatness in their journey as athletes. In 2021, the Canadian trials for curling at the Olympics and Paralympics were held in Saskatoon. With decades of experience, the Fogarty and Brooks team faced the technical challenges of time, creating and balancing the huge rings before completing the assembly of their ice sculpture.

There are three podiums with a large ring on each of them. On the podium in the centre, there is a man in a wheelchair holding a curling broom. On the left one, a woman is leaning forward with her right knee on the floor, preparing to slide a curling stone. On the right podium, a child prepares to throw a curling stone. Two smaller rings are suspended on the sides.

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