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World Ice Art Championships
Started in 1989, the World Ice Art Championships in Fairbanks is the largest event of its kind. Held annually at the end of February at George Horner Ice Park, the World Ice Art Championships sees, on average, over 100 ice sculptors from a span of 30 different nations – not to mention the thousands of spectators who flock to witness the impressive ice sculpting.
There are different events at the World Ice Art Championships: the Single Bock Classic is the largest, where teams of two skillfully work on one 5x8x3-foot block over two days. The Multi-Block Classic sees teams of four work on 12 individual blocks over a five day period.
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