The 2007 Femund 600 will start from Roros, Norway on Thursday February 1st. The race will start in the centre of Roros as has been the tradition in previous years.
Grant Beck, from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada, had the fastest time in day three of the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race, completing the 33-mile stage in 2:09:56.
Roger Seem and his 12 sled dogs had gone missing in the Soer-Troendelag Mountains on Thursday, January 25th.
The organization of Pirena has decided to cancel the 2007 race due to low snow. The race was cancelled at the last minute, hoping that snow would come in the last week.
January 28, 2007—Wendy Davis, from Lander, Wyoming placed first in the 76-mile Lander Stage, the longest stage in the 2007 International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race (IPSSSDR), in 6:23:06.
The Tustumena 200 sled dog race was won by Ken Anderson of Fox, Alaska. Anderson led for much of the race, and crossed the line at 19:53, just ten minutes ahead of Dean Osmar (20:03).
Ken Anderson has taken the lead in the Tustumena 200. Anderson checked into Caribou Lake checkpoint at 14:57 before carrying on to the Lost Creek checkpoint.
DeeDee Jonrowe has won the Don Bowers 200 mile sled dog race.
Jessica Hendricks has taken the lead of the Tustumena 200. The leaders have left Clam Shell Lodge after a 6 hour layover.
Crowds stood three people deep along Jackson’s historic Town Square for the start of this year’s International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race (IPSSSDR).