"Our kid program is blowing up lately." A Yellowknife jiu jitsu club is a success story, moving to premises of its own in the city's downtown.
A mixed broomball team featuring Yellowknife players took bronze at a tournament in France, defeating rivals from the United States in a shootout.
"It feels weird." Yellowknife's francophone school, equipped with a new gym, is hosting a volleyball tournament for the first time in its 30-year history.
Fastball legend the late Floyd Daniels joins gymnast John Tram and 1972 Olympian Roseanne Allen as the latest inductees to the NWT Sport Hall of Fame.
Keith Way is heading to the World Cup of Darts in Romania on October 7. The dart pro said the support he has received in the NWT and beyond is "crazy."
Organizers are "frustrated and disheartened" after a campaign of vandalism against a ball diamond porta-potty. In the latest attack, the unit was melted down.
An Air Tindi pilot is connecting NWT communities with donated hockey equipment from BC. It's making a difference in Łutselkʼe, where mould ruined older gear.
Just Fitness is adding a boxing club, which the gym's owners believe is the first in the Northwest Territories for 15 years.
The territory's athletes won one title and five bronze medals at the Games in Swift Current over the past two weeks – the team's best performance since 1999.
NWT swimmer Leo Konge took gold at the Western Canada Summer Games on Sunday. It's the first title for the territory at this level in 20 years.
Jessie Loutit won her first international medal for Team Canada in Lima, Peru on Thursday. She is competing on a team of "Canada’s top next-generation rowers."
Naomi Yukon, a basketball player from Délįne, will lead out Team NT when the Western Canada Summer Games begin in Swift Current this week.