Sports

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

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U Kon Echelon hosts Tour de Skagway

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

Record turnout for Tour de Haines Junction cycling stage race

The field of 21 riders is the largest in the history of the event

Olympic opportunity for Yukon athletes at RBC Training Ground event

“At this age group, it’s just about saying yes to opportunities. Go out. Try it out, if you like it.”

No time to stop and smell the flowers at the 2019 Crocus Run

Thirty-four runners raced an eight-kilometre loop along Riverdale trails teeming with crocuses

Polarettes take on the Delta invitational

It was a busy weekend at the Richmond Olympic Oval in Richmond,…

Indoor Archery Championship includes best from across the Yukon

The 7th Indoor Archery Yukon Championship was May 5 at Tahkini Elementary…

Table Tennis Yukon crowns 2019 champions

The 2019 Table Tennis Yukon Championships were May 3-5 at Whitehorse Elementary…

2019 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships conclude in Whitehorse

Held in the North for the first time, the tournament’s medal round was not without controversy

Team Alberta removed from 2019 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships over travel plans

After weeks of back and forth, sport governing body sticks to original schedule for medal round

Record-breaking results at 2019 Yukon Championship Swim Meet

Six new meet records were set at the two-day competition April 26 and 27

Team North women advance to quarter-finals at National Aboriginal Hockey Championships

After 0-2 start, female Team North impresses in earning spot in quarter-finals

Polarettes gymnasts persevere at 2019 Artistic Western Canadian Championships

“For me as a coach, that means so much more – to have that resiliency through competition”

2019 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships start in Whitehorse

Held in the North for the first time, the tournament includes 18 teams representing nine regions

Yukoners win big at 2019 Native Youth Olympics Senior Games

“It’s always been my favourite. It’s just something so unique — there’s nothing like it in any sport”

Road racing season starts with first criterium of 2019

Ten riders took part in the first race of the year hosted by the U Kon Echelon Bike Club

Yukon curlers win gold at Pacific International Cup

Team Dorosz finished with just one loss en route winning the women’s championship