Sports

Yukon Quest announces changes due to trail conditions

Mushers and teams will be trucked from Braeburn to Carmacks

Yukoner Michelle Phillips finishes fifth at Copper Basin 300

“So the trail was put in and then the temperatures dropped down to -40 C. It makes for a fast trail”

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Dylan Cozens to play for Team Cherry in 2019 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Games

The Lethbridge Hurricanes forward is eighth in WHL scoring with 25 goals and 33 assists in 43 games

Whitehorse’s Emily Nishikawa skis to 25th place finish at Tour de Ski

“You have to recover as fast as you can from one race to the next.”

Table Tennis North comes to town for training

Yukon and N.W.T. teams train together for Canada Winter Games

VIDEO: The girls in the boys’ club: female players join Yukon Rivermen roster

Wynne Anderson-Lindsay and Arnica Bulmer are two of three girls on the Tier 1 Bantam hockey team

Whitehorse’s Emily Nishikawa and Dahria Beatty debut at Tour de Ski

Alex Harvey is the top Canadian in 15th place after four races

Whitehorse’s Nadia Moser brings home IBU Cup win

“Ending the year with a win was a great Christmas present”

Whitehorse Glacier Bears rack up strong finishes at Victoria swim meet

The club’s lone win came from Kassua Dreyer in the 200 metre breaststroke

Yukon skiers compete at World Cup and NorAm events

While Nishikawa raced in Norway, Beatty was joined by Thomson and Jirousek in Sovereign Lake.

Rivermen end 2018 with four-game road trip

“It’s a bit of an old-school travel swing; three different nights, three different hotels.”

F.H. Collins Warriors basketball teams win Jamie Shaw Memorial Tournament

The first Jamie Shaw Memorial Tournament was at F.H. Collins Secondary School…

Canada Cup Series starts again at Mount Sima

More than 60 athletes from across the country took part in the slopestyle and big air competitions

Record turnout for the Arctic Sports Inter-school Competition

More than 350 athletes took part over the course of three days

Judo team competition returns to Carmacks

“The parents really love the format because they get to see their kids fight for more than one fight”

Toonie Tournament returns to help the Whitehorse Food Bank

“I’ve got kids running up to see which team is bringing in the most money.”

Yukon skiers compete at annual Don Sumanik races

Skiers competed in free technique races on day one and classic technique races on day two