The Alberta Winter Games wrapped up in Banff Sunday with the Calgary zone taking home the award for most medal points.
Roughly 2,200 participants from across Alberta competed in 19 different activities at the 2014 Games. The multi-sport event for young athletes aged 11 to 17 was held Feb. 6-9 in Banff and Canmore.
The Alberta Winter Games are held every two years.
Three awards were handed out at the closing ceremonies on Sunday.
The Alberta Cup, given to the zone with the most medal points, was presented to Calgary's Zone 3.
Zone 4 Parkland and Zone 2 Big Country picked up the Minister's Cup and Spirit of Sport Cup, respectively.
Athletes competing at the Alberta Winter Games are selected to represent the eight zones in Alberta in 20 sports.
Events range from badminton to gymnastics to judo to skiing to curling and hockey, among others.