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Archery to Zumba

A Broom With a View

March 28th marks the 30th anniversary of the Yukon Broomball Association.”We’ve come a long way from our humble beginnings playing on local community rinks,” says Scott Smith, the association’s travel...

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Prepping for the Trail Run

It’s been called one of the hardest marathons in North America by iRun magazine and one of the top 10 trail races in Canada by Canadian Running magazine. And it’s in our backyard.The Yukon River Trail Marathon takes...

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Quiverful of Coaches

If watching The Hunger Games made you wish you could take up a bow and arrow, then the Yukon Aboriginal Sport Circle has some very good news for you.Last month, the Sport Circle brought in the top instructor from the British...

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(Ex)changing Paddling Gear

Perhaps you believe, as Kenneth Grahame suggests in his classic novel, The Wind in the Willows, that “there is nothing—absolutely nothing—half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”If so, you need to...

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