theflowofthings

…a camera, a notepad, an adventure.

Glacier Bear Swimmer Portraits

Aidan Harvey poses for photos at the Canada Games Centre on April 6, 2017.

Over spring break, Glacier Bears swim coach, Malwina Bukszowana, took a group of athletes down to Arizona for a warm-weather training camp at a 50-metre outdoor pool.

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Ski Marathon first of its kind in the Yukon

Rob Mcconnell takes part in the inaugural Yukon Ski Marathon, a 50K or 20K race that finished at Mount McIntyre.

At the beginning of April, bluebird skies and a heck of a tailwind greeted skiers participating in the first-ever Yukon Ski Marathon. Starting at either Mount Lorne (50K) or Mount Sima (20K) they travelled along trails to finish at Mount McIntyre.

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All about hockey

The Huskies celebrate during Coy Cup finals  action at Takhini Arena on April 1, 2017. The Huskies won the Coy Cup 7-5.

In October we found out that Whitehorse would be hosting the Coy Cup, BC Hockey’s Senior Men’s AA Championship. For the local men’s Senior AA team, The Whitehorse Huskies, which started three season ago, it meant lots of time preparing on the ice and in the gym. For me, it would mean a lot of […]

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Taekwondo athlete portrait

John Kempis and Nathan Cross, members of the Fighting Tiger Taekwondo club in Whitehorse pose for photographs at Peak Fitness after returning from their first competition with gold and silver medals. Photo by Marissa Tiel

A couple weeks ago, the founder of a new taekwondo club approached me at the paper. He and an athlete had just come back from their first tournament in Alberta. They had been successful, bring back a medal each from the competition. I met up with Nathan and John Kempis, his athlete who has only been training […]

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Melvin-McNutt captures high score at Yukon Championships slopestyle competition

Sammy Mather takes part in the 2017 Yukon Snowboarding Championship slopestyle competition at Mt. Sima on March 21, 2017. Photo by Marissa Tiel

The last time Max Melvin-McNutt competed in a slopestyle competition, he was in Bulgaria two seasons ago. Last weekend, the Yukon snowboarder, who announced his retirement from competitive sport last spring, jumped on his board again to put on a show at the 2017 Yukon Slopestyle Championships.

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Reviving the Babe Southwick Memorial Race

Cindy Hawkins greets a sled dog after competing at the Babe Southwick Memorial race on Feb.18, 2017 outside Whitehorse. Photo by Marissa Tiel

The dogs yap, pulling at their lines as they dig into the sparsely snow-covered ground. With a bit of speed, their ears flop back as tongues roll out the sides of their toothy grins. They depart and arrive at the same clearing, bookending a 13- or 7.5-mile run on the Ibex Valley trails at the […]

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