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Blisner and Hodgins set the rec league ablaze

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey Tuesday results: Boston Pizza 17 Southern Tutchone Storm 10 Lots of scoring in this barnburner, with Barry…

Parker way ahead on the Range Road Loop

Velonorth At last — sun (lots), heat (25 Celsius) and no wind — a perfect day for a road race.

Virtual treading in pristine lands

Marten Berkman has spent a good part of his life photographing majestic landscapes in far flung places, like Ellesmere Island, Baffin Island, Ivvavik National Park and the Nahanni River.

Blizzard ravages rookies

CENTRAL, Alaska Billed as the toughest race in the world, this year’s Yukon Quest is living up to its name.

Lassen lifts medals at Worlds

Jeane Lassen is getting closer to her Olympic dream, one kilogram at a time. Last week, the Whitehorse native posted her best international results…

Sessford saves his best race for last

Yukon mountain bike racer Daniel Sessford and teammate David Greer travelled to Mount Washington near Courtenay, BC, this weekend for the final…

Fleshing out the fossil record

Julius Csotonyi is a time traveller. With his scientific mind and artist's eye, he produces a vision of the prehistoric world, a time before humanity.

Hollingdale and Grant shine in fun run

Forty competitors came out for Tuesday’s Intersport Fun Run/Walk event. The fastest female to finish the five-kilometre course was Keltie…

Slow going for Nishikawa at World Under 23 Championships

The World Under-23 Cross-country Championships got started in Slovenia under less than ideal conditions on Tuesday.

Riverdale’s subterranean soccer salesman

Derric Lewis has soccer on the brain. In fact, his obsession with the sport has led to a basement overflowing with posters, books, shoes, jerseys…

Cross country in cold conditions

More than 200 skiers braved a chilly breeze on Saturday for the 25th annual Northwestel Yukon Loppet on the trails of the Whitehorse Cross Country…

Arctic Edge skaters earn medals to end season

Four Yukon skaters returned from the 2006 Victoria Day Interclub Competition in White Rock, BC last week with tremendous results.

Noisy shop project opens doors

In a workroom at the Skills Canada centre in Marwell, a project nearly three years in the making is finally being wrapped up — or, more…

Young curlers face a national challenge

When curling teams from across Canada arrive at Mount McIntyre for the Canada Winter Games next month, the Yukon girls’ curling team will have…

Caron shines on Surrey ice

Local skater Kevin Caron finished first in the junior men’s free skate and second in the senior men’s short events last weekend at the…

Run to the hills…

Top finishers – full marathon (42.1 kilometres): Open women 1st Aryn Madley, Whitehorse, 3h55:33 2nd Tammera Kostya, Whitehorse,…

Inclusive team ready to roll

The Kluane-Chilkat International Bike Relay is a Yukon institution, returning each year, maybe a little bigger, or with some new rules about gear to…

Yukon slips to fourth in ulu haul, Alaska’s lead widens

YELLOWKNIFE After four days of competition, Alaska has nearly doubled its closest contender for ulus in the 2008 Arctic Winter Games, with 142 in…

Langbakk in Estonia for the Orienteering World Cup

Earlier this week, Yukon orienteer Brent Langbakk finished the sprint and middle-distance races in the first round of the 2006 World Cup of…

Driller’s Murray nets five

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey Kluane Drillers 8 Narrow Gauge Contracting 5 Tyler Murray scored five goals for the Drillers, Daniel Murray added…