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Whitehorse’s Jessica Frotten has added to her Dogwood gold reserves. The 29-year-old para wheelchair racer won four gold medals at the Dogwood Track and Field Meet at the University of Victoria on May 13.
For the first time since 2014 the Whitehorse Glacier Bears club record book went unaltered at the Yukon Championship Invitational Swim Meet.
The Whitehorse Huskies had a very different experience at the Kelowna Heat Blast Spring Tournament this year than they had last year.
With membership tripling to 670 over the last five years, it only makes sense the ElderActive events would grow too.
Northern hockey players will be given a chance to showcase their skills in front of B.C. scouts next week.
Before there was the Kluane Chilkat bike relay or the Klondike Trail ‘98 relay, there was the Carmacks Ridge Run. Though maybe not as big as the other two, the Carmacks event will likely go down as the biggest youth running event in the territory this year.
For a 10th year in a row Ryan Bachli and Kevin Murphy met in the men’s singles final at the Yukon Table Tennis Championships.
A Yukon rep volleyball team has locked up a medal at provincials.
Whitehorse athletics star Brenda Dion has an impressive collection of masters medals that just keeps on growing.
The St. Elias Eagles play a style of soccer that emphasizes maintaining possession of the ball. Now they have a silver medal in their possession.
A member of Whitehorse’s Polarettes Gymnastics Club created a buzz at the 2017 Western Canadian Championships in Brandon, Man., April 27-29. Emily King had people talking with a top-10 finish — the highest finish for a Yukon gymnast at the championships since Whitehorse hosted the event in 2004.
Triomni is a young, fast, high-energy team. That’s a troublesome combination for any opposition. Just ask the Kit’s Kitchen team.
With two Alaskan teams playing for gold, the bronze game was the one to watch for local fans at the Whitehorse Peewee Invitational Hockey Tournament at the Canada Games Centre on April 30.
Whitehorse judo clubs Northern Lights and Shiroumakai both collected 17 medals, each with six gold, at the Judo Yukon Open Championships on April 29 at the Canada Games Centre.
Yukon curling teams are making a habit out of winning medals at the Pacific International Cup.
Yukon Graylings Masters Swim Club’s Victoria Ryan had to shake the rust off before hitting the water in her first competition in over a year. Where there was rust, now there is gold.
The Willy Bears have clawed their way to the top of the heap.
A mining company has dug deep in its pockets to help Yukon’s top cross-country skiers reach their goals next season.
Whitehorse’s Jessica Frotten celebrated her birthday by setting a record at Canada’s largest 10-kilometre event on April 23.