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Sport Yukon congratulates all members of Team Yukon heading to the 2022 CSG
On Aug. 5, the first wave of Team Yukon athletes, coaches and support staff will leave for the 2022 Canada Summer Games in Niagara, Ontario.
Mara Roldan earns gold at National criterium
Mara Roldan earned the Yukon's first-ever title at a women's criterium nationals.
Softball Yukon brings 33 female ball-players on an exposure trip
For the first time, in a long time, Softball Yukon travelled Outside on an exposure trip.
Grapple Yukon becomes territory's newest TSO
Grappling Yukon looks to make wrestling, combative sports more accessible in the territory
Anton Menzel preparing for two National badminton tournaments
Anton Menzel is gearing up to vie in two National Championships in July.
'Mighty Mammoths' raise the bar at first powerlifting competition
Special Olympics athletes compete at first powerlifting competition.
Arrows fly at two Outside competitions
Two groups of archers went to competitions in P.E.I and B.C.
The Yukon loses a good one – Gerry Thick passes away at 77
“He’s got a great legacy and he’s done a world of good to help sport get to where it is today,” said George Arcand, president of Sport Yukon.
CSG girls' basketball development team heads to Edmonton.
In preparation for the 2022 Canada Summer Games, the girls basketball team headed to Edmonton.
The YT Elites volleyball team earned silver at BC Provincials.
The Polarettes competed at the BC Provincials – the clubs first Outside competition since the pandemic.
Whitehorse Glacier Bears racked up seven medals at BC Provincials.