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Two Whitehorse FC teams captured bronze at the Edmonton Slurpee Cup, June 2-4 in Alberta. But that’s not where the similarities end.
Six years ago the Yukon Roller Girls played their first bout in Whitehorse, beating the Fairbanks Rollergirls by over 50 points.
Most people return from Switzerland with chocolate or a chic wristwatch. Whitehorse’s Jessica Frotten returned with a spot on the Canadian team bound for the World Para Athletics Championships.
It’s easy to spot who the hardcore disc golfers are. They’re the ones chucking discs until 4 a.m. under the midnight sun.
Three Whitehorse teams survived last-inning pushes by their opponents to win A division titles.
6 cm of June snow scrubs Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay
Olson Fencing, Softball Yukon and Dave’s Cleaning were all home safe with gold medals over the weekend.
Introducing the Yukon Rivermen. You’ll be hearing a lot about them come next hockey season.
Duff’s Skagway Marathon is billed as the toughest marathon in Alaska. It’s particularly tough to win when there are Yukoners in the field.
Despite having a contingent half the size of their American counterparts, Yukon ruled supreme at the Alaska/Yukon Challenge.
The best thing about throwing rocks at the Whitehorse Curling Club is that disgruntled curlers can’t blame the ice.
Half as many Yukon cyclists entered the B.C. Bike Race than last year, but that didn't prevent even stronger results in the seven-day mountain bike stage race that ended last Saturday in Whistler.
The front of the Mustangs net, that's where the buck stops.
Last winter Ryan Burlingame found the sport that perfectly fit his criteria… something that combined adrenaline with precision.
The Guild’s production of Dark of the Moon is supposed to be unsettling. The program even comes with a warning — “Mature content:…
Basketball Yukon is looking ahead. The sports administration body is laying the foundation for a bright future with the Future Stars All Girls Territorial Basketball Camp in Whitehorse from Dec. 21-23.
Melanie Tait didn't get to finish the Alberta road race provincial championships because of a bad crash. The Whitehorse cyclist wasn't in the crash, she was behind it.
Hurricane Bill might not have supplied the warmest welcome to the young athletes as they arrived in PEI over the weekend, but most are probably more concerned with their competition than the weather.
Manon Aubert, a race organizer with Ecole Emilie-Tremblay, has a simple request for Whitehorse high school students: "Get your bikes out!" The first of four races for the Whitehorse high school mountain bike series took place
There's a beep on the line. "It's a call from Nashville," said Tamara Nile as she excused herself to take it. Nile -- whose stage name is T. Nile -- is a banjo-picking alt-country artist who grew up on Galiano Island in the Juan...