Tonight, during the 2007 Fur Rondy in Anchorage, another celebration will be taking place.
A record 26 mushers are entered in the 2007 Jr. Iditarod, nine veterans and 17 rookies. This year’s race will begin on Saturday morning, February 24, at 10 a.m.
Fifteen dog teams have now completed the 2007 Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race.
With over a dozen dog teams now finished the 2007 Yukon Quest, many musher and race fans are looking forward to Friday night's Meet the Mushers and Saturday's Finish and Award's Banquet.But for the
The draw for starting positions in the 2007 Open World Championship Sled Dog Race, the Fur Rondezvou happened tonight in Anchorage.
This afternoon saw 4 more mushers arrive in Fairbanks. Race fans were out in force enjoying the sunshine, despite the frigid temperatures.
Updated 2.21.06 10:00 amThere are still 20 dog teams stretched over 400 miles of Yukon Quest Trail.
Hans Gatt crossed the finish line on February 20th at 20:40 Alaska Time. This made for a total run of 10 days, 9 hours and 19 minutes.
Mackey breaks Quest speed record and says: "I can do it faster"
Lance Mackey has smashed the record for the fastest Quest ever!. Lance has become just the 2nd musher to win 3 Yukon Quests when he crossed the finish line just before 2 o'clock this afternoon.