Parry and son lead the way in the 10k

Sixteen runners took part in the Athletics Yukon 10-Kilometre Championship on Saturday. The course started behind the Tourism building on Second…

Sixteen runners took part in the Athletics Yukon 10-Kilometre Championship on Saturday.

The course started behind the Tourism building on Second Avenue and ran along the riverwall to Robert Service Way, then to Schwatka Lake to the base of the hill and back.

The first person across the finish line was Bill Parry in a time of 39:20, closely followed by his son John Parry in a time of 40:17.

The first female across the finish line was Janis Campbell in a time of 48:27.


Juvenile men (17-18)

1st John Parry, 40:17

Open men (20-39)

1st Jake Derksen, 44:55

2nd Jason Gendron, 48:51

Masters I men (50-59)

1st Bill Parry,     39:20

2nd Don White, 41:39

3rd Ken Sylvestre, 48:44

Masters II men (60-69)

1st Stu McLean, 55:42

Midget women (14-15)

1st Heidi Brook, 48:38

Open women (20-34)

1st Laura Vanderkley, 51:43

2nd Penny Sheardown, 54:37

Masters I women (45-54)

1st Ginny Macdonald, 53:59

2nd Mary Ann Ferguson, 54:29

3rd Debra Kitchen, 54:38

Masters II women (55-64)

1st Janis Campbell, 48:27


On Wednesday night, four cyclists took to the streets of Copper Ridge to take part in VeloNorth’s criterium race.

Criterium, or “crit” for short, is raced over a short course (roughly one kilometre) for a set amount of time.

Wednesday’s race lasted for 45 minutes, plus five laps.

In the sport women’s category, Shannon Mallory hung on to an early lead to take the win. Meanwhile Tanya Gadsby finished second, less than a lap behind Mallory.

In the Expert Men’s category, Mac Hislop and Aaron Foos were locked in a close battle for the full duration of the race.

At the end of the final five laps, Hislop pipped Foos at the line to take the win.

Men’s Commercial Golf

Individual Match play was the format for this week play at the Men’s commercial Golf league at the Mountainview Golf Course. 

The winners were Yukon Tire Mechanical and Macdonald & Co. with eight points and Nuway Crushing and Triple “J” Services with seven points.

Standings (July 13th, total):

1st Yukon Tire Mechanical, 8, 57

2nd Missing Links, 6, 52

3rd Feature Foods, 4, 51

4th P&M Recycling, 5, 51

5th Roadhouse Bar & Grill, 4, 48

6th Kal Tire, 4, 44

7th Low Net, 6, 44

8th Emco Foreskins, 4, 43

9th Mackay & Partners, 4, 43

10th The Chain Gang, 3, 42

11th Northerm, 1, 41

12th Matco Transporation, 3, 41

13th Macdonald & Co., 8, 39

14th Irving Collision, 5, 38

15th NuWay Crushing, 7, 35

16th Shoppers Drug, 3, 33

17th Norline Coaches, 2, 32

18th Totaltrac Yukon, 0, 31

19th Olson Construction, 6, 31

20th Triple “J” Services, 7, 30

21st Whitehorse Business

            Machines, 0, 27

22nd Airline Inn, 5, 27

23rd Northwestel, 2, 25

24th Talmark/Sit Easy, 4, 25

25th Casa Loma Motel, 4, 19

26th RoadHouse Offsales Relics, 2, 12

27th Skookum Asphalt, 1, 10


Men’s A

1st P&M Recycling, Whitehorse

2nd Stereo North, Sitka

3rd Copy Express, Juneau

Men’s B

1st Timberwolves, Juneau

2nd Gas N’ Go, Juneau

3rd Chico’s Bail Bonds, Skagway

Men’s C

1st Les Schwab, Juneau

2nd Coates Services, Whitehorse

3rd Sled Porn, Whitehorse

Men’s D

1st Rounders, Juneau

2nd Yukon Pump, Whitehorse

3rd Mayo Fire Dept., Mayo

Women’s A

1st The Cellar, Sitka

2nd AKA Girls, Juneau

3rd The Crew, Whitehorse

Women’s B

1st Pine Dental, Whitehorse

2nd Bamboo Babes, Juneau

3rd Diehards, Haines

Women’s C

1st Cliff’s Enviro-Therm, Whitehorse

2nd Parts Plus, Haines

3rd Pillagettes, Whitehorse

Co-ed A

1st Imperial Saloon, Juneau

2nd Casa Loma, Whitehorse

3rd Len’s Painting, Whitehorse

Co-ed B

1st Juneau Valley Liquor, Junea

2nd Mail Boxes Etc., Whitehorse

3rd Haz Gas, Juneau

Co-ed C

1st Faro Golf Course, Whitehorse

2nd Carmacks, Carmacks

3rd Coke, Whitehorse

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