Sports

Dixon to lead week five of virtual summer camp

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

Cozens navigates unique offseason

It was a little over a year ago — June 21, 2019,…

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

Sport Yukon hands out annual major awards

Sport Yukon handed out its major awards for 2019 on May 28,…

Gymnasts return to Polarettes

Club reopens, summer camps also approved

Yukoner named to national biathlon team

Nadia Moser will again represent Canada on the international stage

Coach’s legacy will live on

Coaches can now apply to Jamie Shaw Fund for learning opportunities

Residents asked to respect the rules of new track and field facility

“The turf does not restore itself like traditional grass fields”

Emily Nishikawa retires from competitive skiing

“She was always the one that was really grounded and knew what she had to do”

Dylan Cozens named WHL Eastern Conference Player of the Year

The 19-year-old forward had 85 points in 51 games for the Lethbridge Hurricanes

Over $9 million of economic activity projected for cancelled AWG

Up to 2,000 athletes and 900 visitors were expected

Minor softball season cancelled due to COVID-19

Refunds for registration and sponsors on the way

Yukon Quest co-founder dies

Yukon Quest co-founder LeRoy Shank died earlier this month in Fairbanks, Alaska.…