Vancouver, March 21, 2022 - Freegold Ventures Limited (Freegold) (FVL: TSX, OTCQX: FGOVF) reports results from its ongoing exploration project at Golden Summit, located near Fairbanks, Alaska.

Results continue to validate Freegold’s model that the Cleary Vein System (CVS) grade increases and broadens at depth as it gets closer to the Dolphin intrusive. Hosted within a structurally complex environment, the interpreted CVS is a zone of veins, veinlets, and stockwork zones hosted within the surrounding schist, which is interpreted to be the down-dip extent of the high-grade veins zones found within the historical high-grade Cleary, Colorado, Wackwitz, and Wyoming veins, which together with their broader enveloping stockwork zones have the potential to significantly expand the existing resource through both increased tonnage and grade. Within these wide zones of higher-grade mineralization, numerous high-grade intercepts occur within the broader zones, and oriented core is being utilized to define further and isolate these high grades.

Drilling during 2021 successfully intersected intrusive on the Cleary side at depth. This further strengthens Freegold’s interpretation that the Dolphin intrusive may underlie Cleary at depth and that Cleary may be fault downdropped on the east side of Bedrock Creek, potentially further expanding the footprint of the Dolphin intrusive. The Dolphin intrusive is the source of the gold mineralization hosted within the existing resource.

Dip Azimuth   From
GS2112 491.5 -70 360   35 83 48 0.44 oxide
          279.2 289.3 10.1 10.7  
        including 281.7 284 2.3 13.9  
        including 284 286 2 32.6  
GS2113 536 -70 360   15.7 101 85.3 0.23 oxide
          371.4 415.3 43.9 1.17  
GS2123 519.4 -70 360   12.4 53 40.6 0.31 oxide
          98 123.2 25.2 1.29  
        including 121.7 123.2 1.5 13.1  
          238.7 278.5 39.8 0.55  
          335.9 390.4 54.5 1.46  
        including 366.8 390.4 23.6 2.76  
        including 388.5 389.2 0.7 17.1  
          416 452.9 36.9 1.16  
GS2144 554.7 -70 360   477.6 529.1 51.5 2.05  
GS2150 439 -70 360   123.7 165.7 42 0.78  
          228.8 243.9 15.1 1.53  
          350.5 404.5 54 0.87  
          417.9 439 21.1 0.72  
Drill Hole Depth (m) Dip Azimuth   From (m) To (m) Width (m) Gold
GS2114 464.5 -90             NSV
GS2117 504.7 -70 360   139 150.9 11.9 0.58  
GS2120 500.2 -70 360   33.8 45.1 11.3 0.5  
          158.8 238 79.2 1.06  
        including 176.5 177.1 0.6 18.1  
GS2124 539.5 -70 360   0 26.2 26.2 0.35 oxide
          26.2 43 16.8 2.27  
          163.4 195.4 32 1.11  
          302.1 524 221.9 0.95  
        including 302.1 462.1 160 1.16  
        including 422.5 424 1.5 14.9  
        including 443.1 444.7 1.6 10.04  
GS2128 588.5 -70 360   23.2 60 36.8 2.34 oxide
        including 55.2 56.7 1.5 48 oxide
          296 545.9 249.9 1.05  
        including 393.5 417.6 24.1 1.94  
          524.6 526.1 1.5 21.5  
GS2133 495.3 -70 360   138.7 148.8 10.1 1.52  
        including 146.6 147.5 0.9 10.6  
          183.7 213.1 29.4 0.87  
          294.4 305.1 10.7 0.95  
          395 494.4 99.4 1.45  
        including 431.6 433.1 1.5 40.8  
        including 435.6 436.6 1 23.8  
GS2155A 648.2 -70 360   0 81.4 81.4 0.81 oxide
          102.7 151.1 48.4 1.02  
          239.9 625.1 385.2 0.78  
        including 239.9 319.1 79.2 0.98  
        including 486.8 625.1 138.3 1.18  
        including 587.3 590.4 3.1 15.2  
        including 590.4 593.4 3 16.2  

NSV: No Significant Values
Width refers to drill hole intercepts; true width cannot be determined due to the uncertain geometry of mineralization.

Holes GS2117, GS2120, GS2124, and GS2133 which are shown in the accompanying cross-section (479300E), continue to demonstrate broad zones of above resource grade all within schist with the widths continuing to increase with depth, again demonstrating the potential for significant resource expansion with the potential for increased grade. Hole GS2133 stopped within the projected mineralized zone due to hole conditions. Hole GS2155A was collared within the Dolphin intrusive and intercepted 81 metres of 0.81 g/t Au within the oxide zone. It also intersected 15.7 g/t Au over 6.1 metres in the deeper portion of the projected mineralized zone.

GS2123, on the Cleary side, was collared 25 metres west of GS2017, which intersected 588g/t Au over 1.7 metres within a broader zone of 3.07g/t Au over 98.2 metres from 300.5 to 398.7 metres (588g/t Au intercept cut to 88g/t Au – 11.72g/t Au over 98.2 metres uncut). Significantly GS2123 also intersected a broad zone of higher-grade mineralization from 335.9 to 390.4 metres grading 1.46 g/t Au over 54.5 metres which included a high-grade intercept of 17.1 g/t Au over 0.7 metres. Hole GS2144 intersected 2.05 g/t Au over 51.5 metres, again demonstrating the broadening of the higher-grade zone at depth at Cleary.

The 2022 program Phase 1 (~ 20,000 metres) continues to further delineate the area to the south of the Cleary Vein Swarm and the area between the Dolphin and the Cleary where previous high-grade intercepts were reported. Drilling south of the previous drilling has intersected significant veining, quartz breccia, and visible gold in areas with no previous drilling.

In addition, drill testing will also be undertaken on other areas of the project that have the potential to host additional mineralization. The 2020-2021 drilling results will be incorporated into an updated mineral resource estimate later in 2022.

During 2021, over 38,000 metres of drilling were completed in 68 holes with an average hole depth of over 600 metres. Assays are pending for 36 holes and will be reported over the coming weeks.

Drill Plan & Cross Section

Drill cores are logged, photographed, and cut in half using a diamond saw, with one-half placed in sealed bags for preparation and subsequent geochemical analyses by ALS Global Ltd and Bureau Veritas, with sample preparation carried out in Fairbanks with subsequent studies performed primarily using their Vancouver, Reno and Hermosillo, Mexico facilities. Freegold will continue to report assays as they are finalized. A sample quality control/quality assurance program is in place.

Freegold will continue to operate a full-service camp at Golden Summit with COVID‐19 protocols in place.

Golden Summit hosts a large-scale intrusive-related gold system with mineralization in three primary forms, a) intrusive hosted quartz-sulfide stockwork veinlets (such as the Dolphin), b) auriferous quartz-sulfide veins (historic underground mines), and c) shear-hosted gold-bearing veinlets, all primarily driven by the 90 million year old multi-phase Dolphin intrusive.

The Qualified Person for this release is Alvin Jackson, PGeo – Vice President Exploration and Development for Freegold.

About Freegold Ventures Limited
Freegold is a TSX-listed company focused on exploration in Alaska. It holds through leases the Golden Summit Gold Project near Fairbanks and the Shorty Creek Copper-Gold Project near Livengood, where a ~3,400-meter program was completed in 2021. Assays are pending.

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