Yukon gymnasts cracked the top-10 in four individual events at the 2013 Western Canadian Championships in Winnipeg last week, leaving Polarettes head coach Cat O’Donovan satisfied with their showing.
It’s a tradition that typically marks the arrival of spring-like weather, and this year isn’t any different.
When the dust settled, the Shiroumakai Judo Club emerged victorious as Yukon champions.
Nine Yukon hockey players have returned home after representing the North at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Kahnawake, Que. last week.
David Greer is closing the book on his cross-country ski career at the age of 23.
The final push is on for registrations for the 15th annual Yukon River Quest, which will be held June 26 to 30.
Financial struggles aside, Mount Sima is looking forward to unleashing a summer of fun via its Monkido Aerial Adventure and zip lines.
Iceland is now in the mix as a possible co-host for the 2016 Arctic Winter Games, following discussion at a shareholders meeting in Vancouver yesterday.
More than 160 walkers and runners took to the Millenium Trail for the 23rd annual Law Day Charity Fun Run and Walk to raise money for charity and welcome spring.
On February 12, 2012, Aidan Love’s life was forever changed on a ski hill in Whistler.