February 18, 2015

1:00 am

It’s been 22 years since Ed Hopkins ran his first Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile Sled Dog Race, and with five previous finishes under his belt, it’s the sixth race that may prove most memorable.

February 17, 2015

Nine days, 12 hours and 49 minutes after the 2015 Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race started in Whitehorse, it crowned a champion.

February 16, 2015

Allen Moore has been patient since the start of this year’s Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile Sled Dog Race, executing his race plan and waiting for the opportunity to take the lead.

That opportunity came Sunday evening, as Moore jumped ahead of race leader Brent Sass after a strong run over Eagle...

February 15, 2015


There are just 16 mushers left out of the starting field of 26, as two more called an end to their adventure Saturday, on the trail of the Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race.

February 14, 2015

This afternoon, musher Cody Strathe (bib #18) from Ester, AK scratched from the race in Eagle. His decision was made for the well-being of his team. 

February 14, 2015

This morning, musher Joar Leifseth Ulsom (bib #18) from Norway scratched from the race in Eagle. His decision was made for the well-...

February 14, 2015

Yesterday evening, rookie musher Magnus Feren Kaltenborn (bib #23) from Carcross, Yukon scratched from the race in Dawson City...

February 13, 2015

Jason Campeau’s penalty for procuring a replacement sled in Carmacks has been decreased by two hours. He will now serve six additional hours instead of eight during his layover in...

February 13, 2015

12:00 am

Brent Sass was the first musher to make it to Eagle, pulling in at 3:10 pm Thursday with 13 dogs and a 30 mile lead over Allen Moore.

In great spirits, Sass mentioned that he had another encounter with a moose. In broad daylight, the moose reared and...

February 12, 2015

This morning, musher Ray Redington Jr. (bib #19) from Knik, Alaska, scratched from the race in Dawson City.