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The Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race has a new Executive Director - Yukon.
Laurie Parris takes over from Marie Belanger, who gave her notice last fall to pursue new adventures.
It was an emotional night of recognition, appreciation and celebration, as the 2014 Yukon Quest came to a close Saturday at the Finish & Awards Banquet.
Held at the Yukon Convention Centre in Whitehorse, and...
Rookie musher Curt Perano was the lone musher to cross the finish line Thursday, grabbing seventh place as he arrived at 12:14 pm.
It was somewhat fitting, considering Perano spent much of the second half of the race in solitude, with a large gap both in front of him and behind him. He...
This afternoon preliminary findings of necropsy conducted by Dr. Christina Christensen, Veterinary Pathologist for Dave Dalton’s expired dog, Bashful were announced. Bashful suffered from a generalized gastrointestinal hemorrhage. There was no evidence of trauma.
Veteran musher Ken Anderson was the first of three to cross the finish line of the 2014 Yukon Quest Wednesday.
Anderson arrived at Takhini Hot Springs at 11:56 am in fourth place, with eight dogs at the helm. After a 70-mile journey from Braeburn, Anderson was eager to feed his team and...
Bib #4, Jerry Joinson damaged his sled on the trail in the vicinity of the second road crossing outside of McCabe. A replacement sled was procured for him and he is currently progressing down the trail and continues in the race. The eight-hour time penalty will be applied at the finish line to...
Matt Hall was the third musher to cross the finish line of the 2014 Yukon Quest, arriving Tuesday at 5:15 pm.
Hall, a 22-year-old rookie originally from Eagle, Alaska, posted the fastest run so far this year on the final stretch, with a time of 10 hours...
The Yukon Quest received confirmation from the RCMP at 11:55am PST that they have made contact with Cody Strathe on the trail around 26 miles outside of Braeburn. Neither Strathe or his team suffer any health issues, they have assistance and will continue moving towards Braeburn.