The Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race would like to clarify that per race rules, no two-way communication devices are allowed on the trail.
|1||Brent Sass (Bib #2)|
|2||Allen Moore (Bib #1)|
|3||Ed Hopkins (Bib #20)|
|4||Damon Alexander Tedford (Bib #7)|
|5||Hugh Neff (Bib #26)|
|6||Normand Casavant (Bib #3)|
|7||Jason Campeau (Bib #24)|
|8||Torsten Kohnert (Bib #14)|
|9||Nicolas Vanier (Bib #5)|
|10||Mike Ellis (Bib #22)|
|11||Dave Dalton (Bib #11)|
|12||Brian Wilmshurst (Bib #17)|
|13||Ryne Olson (Bib #16)|
|14||Lance Mackey (Bib #8)|
|15||Kristin Knight Pace (Bib #12)|
|16||Rob Cooke (Bib #21)|
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It was an emotional end to the 2015 Yukon Quest 1,000 Mile International Sled Dog Race, as the new champion and a four-time past champion took centre stage at the Finish & Awards Banquet.
Before a packed room at the Westmark Fairbanks, Brent Sass and Lance Mackey entertained with...
It was far from easy, but Rob Cooke said all the sacrifices and tough stretches on this year’s Yukon Quest trail were well worth it, as he crossed the finish line in Fairbanks Friday afternoon to claim the Red Lantern.
"It was really tough,” said Cooke. "I think I got off lightly in 2013...
It wasn’t quite the lantern he had hoped for, but when Lance Mackey crossed the finish line in Fairbanks Thursday evening, he was handed the “Almost Red Lantern”, marking the end of a journey that revitalized the four-time champion.
"I don't have to win this damn race to be successful,"...
Yukon Quest 2015 Race
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