Sun Feb 18/07 - 08:00 Overdue Yukon Quest musher Greg Parvin and his dogs arrived in Dawson City early Sunday morning under their own power after spending several days on the trail between Pelly C
Kevin Cook, of Preeceville, SK, Canada, won the overall three-day race by just under 2 minutes. The three day 35-mile race attracted 14 entries, and some of the toughest teams around.
As daylight fades from the sky around Eagle, Alaska, serveral dog teams are resting here before setting off onto the Yukon River towards Slaven's Cabin and Circle City.The Eagle Checkpoint has been
42 teams turned out for the 1st of four Championship races held by ADMA.
Officials of the 2007 Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race announced tonight that a search team has been organized and will begin operations tomorrow morning to locate an overdue team if it does
Yukon Quest Veteran Whitehorse musher and 1995 Yukon Quest Champion Frank Turner (18) has become the third team to scratch from the 2007 race.Turner arrived in the Dawson City checkpoint at 4:40 a.
Based on reports from Race Manager Alex Olesen at the musher's meeting in Dawson CityCanadian Ranger John 'Mitch' Mitchell, gave the final report from the Canadian Rangers at the Dawson City musher
Bob McAlpin surprised checkpoint volunteers and officials early this morning when he arrived in Dawson at 3:28 am.
The top 6 mushers in the 2007 Yukon Quest have all departed Dawson for Eagle, AK. Lance Mackey was the first to leave at 12:23 pm this afternoon.
Rosemary W. Losonsky, a former Fur Rondy Champion, passed away quietly at her home Feb. 12, 2007.Rosie was born in Tucson, Ariz., on Feb. 20, 1929.