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Whitehorse bowlers ready for competitive season

First league play in years starting Sept. 16

UPDATED: Yukon Quest cancels 2021 Canadian race

Sept. 3 announcement highlights COVID-19 impacts as rationale

Sports groups receiving $1.7 million to cope with COVID-19 challenges

Around 70 to 90 groups are likely to receive funding to cope with financial difficulties

Regulation track and field complex opens at F.H. Collins

The track will allow Yukon athletes to train for competition events

Royalty of the Canyon mountain bike race winners crowned despite COVID changes

The self-timed event format didn’t dampen competition over the weekend event

U Kon Echelon hosts Tour de Haines Junction

U Kon Echelon continued its busy schedule with the Tour de Haines…

C/TFN announces Montana Mountain reopening plan

Carcross/Tagish First Nation and the Carcross/Tagish Management Corporation announced the partial reopening…

Organized sports ramp up for fall amid new restrictions

Limited summer programs have gone well, groups say

Flatwater Yukon hosts fifth annual Flatwater Yukon Championships

The fifth annual Flatwater Yukon Championships were Aug. 1 at Schwatka Lake…

2020 Yukon Energy Road Cycling Championships bring plenty of competitive spirit

The U15 boys GC came down to a sprint to the finish of the final stage

Dixon to lead week five of virtual summer camp

Whitehorse’s Stephanie Dixon is the head counsellor for week five of Jumpstart Summer Camp

Runners race Reckless Raven

Nearly 60 Yukoners completed the fourth annual Reckless Raven 50-mile Ultra and…

F.H. Collins running track on final stage of construction

The track was closed to the public beginning June 23 for crews to rubberize the surface.

Yukon government announces sports funding

More than $1.6 million in funding was announced June 18

The 2021 Yukon Quest will be like no other

The Yukon Quest’s announcement on June 17 of separate races in Alaska…

Yukon Quest announces plans for two separate races

Due to COVID-19, separate races will be held in Alaska and the Yukon