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Sports highlights from June

A rest area is full of snow-covered bikes campers and tents south of Haines Junction as snow cancelled the Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay early Saturday June 17, 2017.

A few photos from the crazy month that was June.

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The forest fights back at orienteering

Caelan McLean makes his way down the hill to the final control before the finish during the Yukon Orienteering Middle Distance Championships in the Lo-Bird subdivision on Wednesday, June 7, 2017.

A few images taken in between scouting the light and swatting the mozzies.

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Riding double duty

Cyclists take part in the Southern Lakes Gran Fondo on June 3. The race began in Tagish, circling clockwise through Mount Lorne and Marsh Lake before the finish. This year's event featured more than 50 racers and more than half the field competed in the solo division.

¬†After returning to Whitehorse from a quick vacation in Calgary to see family, I was immediately thrown into the world of cycling. Less than 12 hours after I stepped off the plane, I was sitting in a saddle at the start of my first-ever road bike race. The Southern Lakes Gran Fondo takes place on […]

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Tempestuous Time Trial

Trena Irving leads a rider during the first U Kon Echelon time trial race on the Alaska Highway near the Carcross Cutoff on Weds., May 10, 2017.

Super-soaked time trial gears riders up for first multi-stage race In her first season of racing bikes, Veronica Porter is off to a strong start. She has won both of the first races of the season, capturing her second victory Thursday night at the U Kon Echelon time trial. Porter, 13, won the female U15 […]

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New sports through the lens

Taylor Jobin performs during the Northern Novas Synchronized Swimming Club year-end showcase on May 6 at the Canada Games Centre.

This past weekend, I was able to shoot three new sports. THREE. It was crazy! Here are a few of my favourite frames:    

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Polarettes make history at Western Champs

Lily Witten, recently returned from the Western Canadian Gymnastics Championships, is the Polarettes' first gymnast to compete in the Aspire division, a difficult division for younger gymnasts.

Two members of the Polarettes Gymnastics Club made history at the Western Canadian Championships. Story for the Whitehorse Star: Pair of Polarettes make history at Western Canadian Championships

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