Thirteen teams signed up for the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race on Saturday, the first day of signups for the 2014 edition of the 1,000-mile event.2013 champion Allen Moore, of Two Rivers,
Sitting on the porch of her vintage farmhouse that overlooks the St.
Iditarod fan favorite and perennial contender DeeDee Jonrowe will be inducted into the Mushers' Hall of Fame next Sunday at the Knik Museum.The July 21 ceremony will be part of the museum's annual
Alaskan breeds -- such as Inuit sled dogs, the Eskimo dog and the Greenland dog -- are the only canines with actual American roots, according to DNA analysis.
Mitch Seavey is looking forward to being the oldest musher to win the Iditarod sled dog race next year, beating his own record from his win this year.
Out in the Great Alone by Brian PhillipsThe Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race pushes participants to the brink on an unforgiving trek to the end of the world.
When Travis Beals was in elementary school he would dream about the Iditarod as the current standings were read aloud before the day’s lessons began.Often Beals would think about the arctic adventu
AN intrepid adventurer battled temperatures of minus 60C and slept with an axe at his side to fend off wolves as he completed the world’s toughest dog sled race.Rob Cooke, a former Upton-upon-Sever
Dean Osmar was the first dog musher from the Kenai Peninsula to ever win “The Last Great Race” in 1984 and it would be twenty years before another Peninsula musher, Mitch Seavey would be the first