Juneau Nordic Ski Team’s Callahan Croteau, Anna Iverson, Eva Goering and Katie McKenna enjoy hot blueberry soup at the Yukon Ski Marathon 22-kilometer finish line in Whitehorse, Yukon, on Saturday, March 2, 2019. Croteau came in first in the junior male division with a time of 1 hours, 52 minutes, 44 seconds. Goering came in fourth in the senior female division with a time of 1:47:10. (Courtesy Photo | Gretchen Harrington)

Juneau Nordic Ski Team’s Callahan Croteau, Anna Iverson, Eva Goering and Katie McKenna enjoy hot blueberry soup at the Yukon Ski Marathon 22-kilometer finish line in Whitehorse, Yukon, on Saturday, March 2, 2019. Croteau came in first in the junior male division with a time of 1 hours, 52 minutes, 44 seconds. Goering came in fourth in the senior female division with a time of 1:47:10. (Courtesy Photo | Gretchen Harrington)

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