Video B-Roll available via CNW - Australian Gold Medalist Alisa Camplin runs
with the Torch and enjoys true northern experiences in Dawson City, Yukon

VANCOUVER, Nov. 21 /CNW/ - Australian aerial skier Alisa Camplin couldn't have been more excited as she explored Canada's North and ran with the Olympic Torch in the Yukon. Alisa enjoyed an authentic northern dog mushing experience and a scenic flight over Kluane National Park before completing her journey by running with the Olympic flame on the streets of Dawson City.

Video package includes footage of Alisa's Torch run as well as her enjoying a dog sled experience, aerial sightseeing flight, and a visit with local elementary school kids. Video package also contains scenic and action footage of activities in and around Dawson City including snowmobiling and the Yukon Quest dog race, as well as a 1:00 minute introduction section highlighting the second week of torch activities in BC including a visit to the Queen Charlotte Islands where the flame was welcomed by the Haida First Nations and carried in a traditional First Nations war canoe.

    
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