Sports

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”

Youth boxers take home silver and gold medals

Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament, an introduction to competitive boxing, happened last weekend

Yukoners make a splash to mark the beginning of the swimming season

Nearly 120 swimmers took part in the Ryan Downing Memorial Swim Meet

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”

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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”

Yukon Rivermen open season with gauntlet of games

“Getting up to speed on game intensity, the only way to do that is to have games.”

Lead Dawgs on a quest for gold at World Championships

“So what’s going to be a success? Ideally we’d like to come home with some hardware”

Liao wins bronze at Huntsman World Senior Games

“Luckily we had good weather this summer so I played lots, I practiced lots — that’s a good thing.”

Playoff schedule set for Super Volley

Porter Creek girls, Vanier boys earn byes to finals

Rams, Crusaders continue Super Volley winning streaks

Vanier secures first overall in boys standings

UPDATED: Cross Country Yukon starts GoFundMe campaign for stolen pump

The theft means snowmaking is on hold until a replacement is found

Whitehorse FC sides impress at B.C. tournaments

Four teams, four tournaments, only one loss

Whitehorse’s Geoffroy-Gagnon ready for first World Cup season

“It’s definitely going to be different — bigger courses, bigger competitions”

Yukon soccer teams represent at Canada Soccer National Championships U15 Cup

“Everybody brought their game to a totally new level and set a (new) bar”

Rivermen schedule released with nine November home games

“They’re hungry for games, which they should be, because they have a lot of them”