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Whitehorse youth swim, bike and run at annual Kids’ Triathlon

By Joshua Azizi The City of Whitehorse held its sixth annual Kids’…

  • Jun 17, 2019

Yukon soccer championships put exclamation point on season

‘It’s fun to see everybody together in the same park’

Mosquito Enduro-X races draw record crowd

“It’s great to see all the kids come out and learn and progress”

Strong results for Yukoners at B.C. triathlons

Athletes competed at the Subaru Ironman 70.3 Victoria and the Oliver Half Iron and Aquabike

Yukoners turn out in droves for Skagway Marathon

More than half the 162-person field at the Alaska race calls the Yukon home

ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge spurs mountain bike races in Whitehorse

“I have to remind myself to do that sometimes – just slow down and look around.”

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Whitehorse FC Premier U15 boys finish fourth despite injuries and short bench at Slurpee Cup

“They worked super hard and were more hungry for the win than the other team”

U Kon Echelon holds multi-stage Yukon Energy Road Cycling Championships

The 2019 Yukon Energy Road Cycling Championships were held in and around…

Yukon Orienteering Championships continue with sprint races

Held over three weeks, the championships include middle-distance, sprint and long-distance races

Yukon students duke it out at 2019 Elementary Schools Track and Field Meet

The one-day meet saw athletes compete in four track events and four field events

Haeckel Hill Run tests Yukon runners

The annual run includes more than 600 metres of climbing over approximately 6 kilometres

Yukon Orienteering draws a crowd for final meet before championships

The meet on May 22 was the last event before the Yukon Championships start June 5

Yukoners travel back in time at International Medieval Combat Federation World Championships

“You can easily start to imagine that was explosions and more stuff going on – just that battle taste”

Yukon Orienteering Association’s sprint series concludes on World Orienteering Day

“That’s really promising, too – to see an interest in the sport.”

Yukon cyclists build experience at Hayman Classic

Despite equipment issues and rule changes, Yukon riders put in a strong effort

Federal government announces $1.5 million in funding for 2020 Arctic Winter Games

The funding makes the Government of Canada the single largest contributor to the games

U Kon Echelon hosts Tour de Skagway

The three-stage race is the final tune up before the Hayman Classic in B.C.