This afternoon, musher Tony Angelo (bib #10) from Fairbanks, Alaska, scratched from the race in Carmacks. While Angelo initially left the checkpoint, he turned around and came back to make the decision.
This morning in Carmacks, rookie musher Tamra Reynolds (bib #6) from Annie Lake, Yukon, scratched from the 2015 Yukon Quest. Her decision was made for the well-being of her team.
Early this morning, veteran musher Scott Smith (bib #15) from Willow, Alaska scratched from the race in Carmacks. His decision was made for the well-being of his team.
Hugh Neff moved into the lead of the Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile Sled Dog Race Sunday, passing Brent Sass and Jeff King on the trail from Braeburn to...
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It was a chilly but exciting start to the Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile Sled Dog Race Saturday, with 26 mushers leaving the Start Line in Whitehorse under a sunny sky and temperatures hovering near -35.
I’ve been over the Quest trail twenty times, seventeen of those times as a musher. Not quite as much as Dave Dalton, but more than most. I’m not missing being out on the trail this year. It will be interesting following the teams from home and trying to analyze...
Ten rookies will attempt to make their mark on the Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile Sled Dog Race this year, and Ryne Olson hopes to be at the front of that pack.
Mushers drew their bibs for the YQ300 this afternoon, and the last two champions of the race will begin their familiar battle right out of the gate.
Allen Moore was the second musher to draw his bib number at the Start Banquet, but he will be the first musher to hit the trail of the Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile Sled Dog Race.
Fitting really, for the two-time defending champion from Two Rivers, Alaska.
“My eyesight is not that good,...