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Bell wins first World Cup medal in Australia

Zach Bell continued his roll to an Olympic berth with his first World Cup medal in Sydney, Australia. He won a silver in Saturday’s scratch…

Gold Nuggets claimed on ice

Eight of the territory’s top young figure skaters added a major event to their season schedule this weekend — by qualifying for the 2008…

Titan, Assante take Toonie Tournament gold

News Reporter Indoor Soccer Titan Gaming beat its rivals from the Mosi Oa Tunya Montessori squad to claim top spot at this weekend’s indoor…

Drillers cool off the Boiler Room

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey Tuesday Results: Kluane Drillers 15 Yukon Inn Boiler Room 3 Mark Daniels led the Drillers as they trounced the…

Marcotte hangs on to Top Shot title

Pelly Crossing shooter Danielle Marcotte continues to hit the bull’s-eye at national-level competitive shooting events.

Yukon swimmers make a splash in Toronto

Whitehorse Glacier Bears’ swimmers Bronwyn Pasloski and Alexandra Gabor made some waves at the Bell Grand Prix swim meet in Toronto last…

Greer, Knight among major award winners

It may seem strange that none of the athletes honoured with major awards at the Sport Yukon Awards Night on Friday were around to pick up their…

Yukon speed skaters prepare for AWG

Blades met ice on Sunday when the Yukon Amateur Speed Skating Association and the Whitehorse Rapids Speed Skating Club held their short track trials…

PC dominates volleyball championships

The high school volleyball season came to a thrilling conclusion Saturday at the Canada Games Centre, with the Porter Creek Rams winning gold in both…

Rock on!

It came down to last rock. After a three-hour epic that went to an extra end, Nanaimo, BC’s Waatainen rink came away with the $10,000…

Joe May named Yukon Quest race marshal

The Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race announced the appointment of Joe May, of Trapper Creek, Alaska, as the 2008 race marshal this week.

Bears grab Alaskan gold

Whitehorse Glacier Bears team members returned from Fairbanks last weekend with lots of hardware hanging around their necks.

Yukon’s Arctic sports athletes get an Olympic shot

For many, a highlight of Whitehorse’s Canada Winter Games was the Dene Games/Arctic Sports competition, a demonstration event that paralleled…

Newcomer boosts Yukon’s skating chances

When Michelle Gorczyca’s dad took a new job in Whitehorse in September, she had two weeks notice to pack up her entire life and come North.

Traverse shuts the door on the Molars

Oldtimers Hockey Sunday results: Medicine Chest 4 Klondyke Dental Molars 0 Blaine Demchuk scored two goals for the Chest, Gary Boyd and Dave…

Tuesday night sweeps in squash

Squash Tuesday Night League Roche Financial 19 Ketza 8 Sweeps all around in this match up, as Roche’s JF Roldan, Kyle Marchuk and Chris…

Firth leads Oldtimers with win over Klondyke

Oldtimers Hockey Firth Rangers 5 Klondyke Dental Molars 2 Carl Burgess and Bruce Williams led Firth to another win by netting a pair of goals…

Bennett banks a hat trick in close win

Indoor Soccer Under-15 (Tuesday) Coldwell Banker 9 Kilrich Industries 8 Mary Bennett led the Bankers with a hat trick in this high-scoring affair.

Yukon curlers face a brand new challenge at Mixed Nationals

Skip Nicole Baldwin and her Whitehorse-based rink made some time for a little last-minute practice on Thursday before heading to Calgary for the…

Lucas ready to twist again

When Jonathan Lucas moved to Whitehorse, mushing was part of the plan. What he didn’t expect was to become the hub of the local recreational…