John Hopkins-Hill

Canada Cup Series starts again at Mount Sima

More than 60 athletes from across the country took part in the slopestyle and big air competitions

Record turnout for the Arctic Sports Inter-school Competition

More than 350 athletes took part over the course of three days

Judo team competition returns to Carmacks

“The parents really love the format because they get to see their kids fight for more than one fight”

Toonie Tournament returns to help the Whitehorse Food Bank

“I’ve got kids running up to see which team is bringing in the most money.”

Yukon skiers compete at annual Don Sumanik races

Skiers competed in free technique races on day one and classic technique races on day two

Spectrum Bears win Broomball Yukon’s Bob Park Opening Tournament

Three overtime periods required in 2-1 final game

Climb Yukon hosts fall bouldering competition

Competitors had three hours to tackle 25 problems

Team Yukon starts cross-country season with Alberta Cup races

“It was great to test their fitness compared to other skiers in the rest of western Canada.”

Arctic Edge hosts the Gold Nugget figure skating competition

Whitehorse’s figure skating community took to the ice for the annual one-day competition

Rivermen win first league game

“It was a good extra effort across the board and that’s what it takes to get a win”

Parkour program prospers

The Polarettes parkour program has close to 100 participants in just its second year

Rams, Warriors win gold at YSAA Senior Volleyball Championships

Sarah Hardie and Griffin Bisson named tournament MVPs

World Cup season just around the corner for Yukon skiers

“I know I still really love to ski race and I feel like I haven’t reached my potential”

Whitehorse’s Nadia Moser named to biathlon World Cup team

“It’s pretty exciting to actually make the World Cup”

Carcross plays host to first judo tournament of the season

“I think it was a good learning experience”

Four medals for Yukoners at Alaska State No-Gi Submission Grappling Championships

“They were very good. It’s a big jiu-jitsu scene – you can tell”

Juniors impress at Squash Yukon’s Early Bird Tournament

“Everyone arrived on time, lots of people stayed to spectate and cheer people on.”

Dawson Invitational Volleyball Tournament celebrates 40-year anniversary

“It was everything we envisioned for the 40th to commemorate all the years of supporting sport”