Biting cold, darkness, and "some of the toughest snowboarders in North America." No wonder Yellowknife's riders earned a page in The Snowboarder's Journal.
Almost 30 Yellowknifers took on the Las Vegas Rock n' Roll Marathon, dealing with mid-race marriage vows and crumbling roads that threaten a trip on the strip.
Sports equipment valued at $200,000 has arrived in Fort Providence thanks to a partnership between police, a hockey coach, and an Edmonton-based charity.
Hockey Day in Canada takes over Yellowknife from February 5-8, 2020. Here's what to expect as NHL legends, broadcasters, and the Stanley Cup arrive in town.
Cherry, fired by Sportsnet on Monday, would – despite his views – have formed a big-name attraction at February's Hockey Day in Canada festivities in the city.
Six people were recognized on Saturday for their contributions to sport, recreation, and culture in the Northwest Territories. Read tributes to their work.
The Northwest Territories won bronze at the 2020 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship on Saturday, defeating Manitoba 7-5.
"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."