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Jack Amos adds to Yukon medal count at Western Canada Summer Games

The territory’s athletes now have six medals — one silver and five bronze

Five medals for Team Yukon after phase one of the Western Canada Summer Games

Swimmer Mia Barrault earned the territory’s lone silver medal so far

River Trail Marathon tests runners with heat and sun

“It was very hot in the second half, but the volunteers are amazing and there is water often”

Yukon disc golfers compete in Trilogy Challenge

“We definitely are seeing a lot of new people starting into the sport”

Chili and Beans Race the perfect recipe for a rainy day

“It’s good. Especially in these conditions because you know you have a warm bowl of chili waiting”

Team Yukon holds rally prior to Western Canada Summer Games

“We’re all there and we’re all pretty equal”

Mushers start signing up for the 2020 Yukon Quest

Ten mushers have already put their names down to do the full length

Flatwater paddlers compete at Yukon Championships

“The kids are just getting older every year and they’re more independent, so it makes our job easier”

King wins big at World Eskimo-Indian Olympics

Whitehorse’s Emily King returned from Fairbanks, Alaska, with seven medals to her name

Learning to Lead hockey camp returns to Whitehorse

“The big thing for me is loving the game and enjoying it every day — I think that’s huge”

Wolfpack win at Stampede Showdown

Wolfpack win at Stampede Showdown It was a busy start to the…

Long Lake Paddle Cross challenges racers in and out of the water

“It’s awesome when you’ve got a community like that making something like that happen”

Contagious Mountain Bike Club hosts Klondike Krankfest

“It was really positive. It was almost like a return to our roots — much more grassroots, low-key”

Yukoner wins category at B.C. Open disc golf tournament

Jamie Roddick’s -7 was more than enough to win the intermediate category at the three-day event

No time to waste at Mount Lorne Mis-Adventure Trail Race

The annual event included a field of more than 60 runners

Good weather and a three-peat highlight another year of Dustball

“It wasn’t bright sunshine, but it wasn’t raining, so it was great that way.”

Yukon athletes gain valuable experience at Jack Brow Memorial 2019

Seven Yukoners travelled to B.C. for the meet

Canada Day Tourney pits Yukon soccer players against each other and the elements

“We played in extreme heat, extreme smoke conditions”