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‘We had a really good start and that was it’
Canada Day Skate Comp delayed by rain
Ole Heath’s Mountain United Football Club capture U15 title
A strong tailwind has paddlers setting a quick pace to Carmacks
Cyclists push each other to the limit at 24 Hours of Light Mountain Bike Festival
Sheldon Casselman claims his first title since winning the Whitehorse Fall Classic in 2015.
David Jackson captured tour wins in Haines Junction, Skagway and Whitehorse
6 cm of June snow scrubs Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay
Three Whitehorse teams survived last-inning pushes by their opponents to win A division titles.
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.
Introducing the Yukon Rivermen. You’ll be hearing a lot about them come next hockey season.
Olson Fencing, Softball Yukon and Dave’s Cleaning were all home safe with gold medals over the weekend.
Whitehorse’s Main Street was once again a flowing river of colour, support and pride on June 10.
Despite having a contingent half the size of their American counterparts, Yukon ruled supreme at the Alaska/Yukon Challenge.
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.
Whitehorse’s Landon Kulych has an addiction. “I’m working hard on my game,” he said. “I just like it. I don’t have any ambitions or goals this year, I’m just addicted to playing golf."
Not only did the Southern Lakes Gran Fondo get two new solo champions this year, both were in the race for their first time.
It’s the Yukon Dog Puller Championship, but as the only event of its kind in Canada, it’s kind of like a national championship.
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.
Two Whitehorse FC teams captured bronze at the Edmonton Slurpee Cup, June 2-4 in Alberta. But that’s not where the similarities end.