The front running teams reached the Pelly Crossing Checkpoint early this morning. Lance Mackey and Hugh Neff pulled in about 20 minutes apart around 6 am.
Benedikt Beisch entered Carmacks at 1:38 am early Monday morning. The Checkpoint staff at Carmacks is awaiting the two remaining mushers, Bob McAlpin and Kyla Boivan.
As night fell on the second day of the 1000-mile Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race drew to a close, eight teams had reached the race’s second official checkpoint in Carmacks, Yukon – 177 mile
A pack of front runners just treated the Carmacks volunteers to a hit and run through the Carmacks checkpoint.There was a flurry of excitement at the recently quiet checkpoint when 7 mushers entere
All of the teams are into Braeburn, the first checkpoint of the Yukon Quest.
Under blue skies and a bright Yukon sun, the 2007 mushers hit the Yukon Quest Trail.
The Val Gagné Sled Dog Racing Committee of the Northern Ontario Sled Dog Club (NOSCD) wish to announce today that the Annual Northern Tel Sled Dog Race has been officially cancelled for this season
The Start Banquet is over, the mushers have drawn their numbers, and here are the results!1. Richie Beattie2. Mike Jayne3. Brent Sass4. William Kleedehn5. Aaron Burmeister6. Bob McAlpin7.
On February 11th athletes from all over the world will embark on an epic adventure, the Yukon Arctic Ultra.
Date: Saturday, April 7Time: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.11 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (dog sled rides)Location: Pioneer Park, Fairbanks AlaskaThe Alaska Children's Trust is once again hosting Mush for Kids.