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Dogs in the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race and in other long-distance sled dog races have recently been seen wearing long, cloth tubes -- the mushers call them leggings -- that stretch from ankle to shoulder...The injury occurs when the dogs
There's something disconcerting about being told there's a 'cold snap' when you're en route to the North Pole...But cold seems to be all the rage during this centenary year of the death of Captain Scott. Call of the wild: Katie enjoyed a chilly
Lance Mackey, a four-time Quest champion and four-time Iditarod champion, was the first to leave Eagle on Tuesday, but he told the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner he wouldn't jeopardize winning the race for a chance to win the gold.
Lance Mackey, back in the race for the first time since capturing his fourth consecutive championship in 2008, grabbed a narrow lead Tuesday in the 1,000-mile sled dog race between Fairbanks and Whitehorse, Yukon. Mackey was the first musher in and
Dori Hollingsworth's team made the 10-mile run in 30 minutes, 1 seconds Saturday, more than five minutes faster than the 35:38 that gave Hollingsworth the win on Friday.
Chris Detrick The Salt Lake Tribune) Dani Ball, 12, of Ecker Hill Middle School rides with musher Stacey Teasley, of Jackson Hole, Wyo., during the International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Jr musher race at Quinn's Junction Sports Complex Saturday
Mushers gather for annual celebration and drawing of start positions. Before this year's Yukon Quest start banquet, Allen Moore asked his wife, 2000 Yukon Quest champion Aliy Zirkle, if she could help him out a little. Last year he drew second to
The following are Iditarod highlights from the 1980 race, including winner, Red Lantern winner and other stats. Check back each day leading up to the 2012 Iditarod as we count down the last 39 years of races.
Even veteran racer and four-time champion Lance Mackey had trouble Saturday. Despite plugging in the night before, he had to "light a fire under" his truck and add a battery charger. "I was supposed to be here at 8 (a.m.) but showed up at 10, which
Hundreds of spectators lined Broadway for the first of eight stages that will cover western Wyoming in the coming week. Ron Rutter, of Jackson, leaned into the street to get a better look at a team...Race director Frank Teasley of Jackson Hole