The final day of competition in the 41st annual Yukon Native Hockey Tournament lived up to its expectations – and more – with the large crowds treated to thrilling games that went down to the wire.
All wearing their Team Yukon hoodies, hundreds of athletes filled the Yukon Arts Centre Thursday evening for the Arctic Winter Games pep rally.
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March 16, 2018
- Yukoners recognized at cadet championships A team of Yukon and Northwest Territories cadets that came together for the first time in Prince Edward Island received the team sportsmanship award at the National Cadet Biathlon Championships last week.
March 15, 2018
- Yukon Jays Care youth program first of its kind A youth baseball program
- Moser reflects on junior career, World Cup race Whitehorse biathlete Nadia Moser had the chance to live out her dream
March 14, 2018
- Riders face tough conditions in Gran Fondo With the quick increase in temperature on Sunday,
- Team Yukon brings home two wins from Brier Team Yukon returned home from the 2018 Brier curling championships this week with experience and a couple of wins under their belt.
March 13, 2018
- Communities win big at futsal championships Minor soccer teams from across the territory took to the indoor soccer pitches across the city for the 2018 Yukon Futsal Championships
- Minor hockey season ends with year-end tourney It was a busy weekend at the packed Canada Games Centre as two sports seasons came to a close.
March 12, 2018
- Ski marathon separated by less than two seconds It was a 50-kilometre race that spanned over two hours for the fastest skiers,
- Nishikawa guides McKeever to record-setting gold Whitehorse ski guide Graham Nishikawa helped his decorated teammate Brian McKeever cement his place in history as the country’s most decorated Paralymic Winter Games athlete.
March 9, 2018
- Community project gifts fur pompoms to AWG The 340 athletes heading to the Northwest Territories for the Arctic Winter Games will be sporting Yukon fur pompoms in an effort to recognize its importance in the territory.
- Ice cool Maratos, the penalty hero for Pepsi The final of the Whitehorse Rapids Over-35 soccer season went all the way to penalties