Live Tracking of Teams

Watch your favorite team speed toward the finish line

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Sled Dog Racing Legends and Rookies Compete Head to Head

Up to 40 teams competing in the Knik 200. Up to 10 teams in the Knik 100

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The excitement begins in January in Wasilla, Alaska

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Monthly Archives: December 2012

More Updates Forthcoming

Posted in Announcements by Musher

To clarify, we’re still hoping that the Knik 100 and 200 races will occur as scheduled. As of this moment, the races have not been cancelled or postponed. We’re monitoring the weather and trail conditions and will update everyone as soon as we know more. (Keep the positive thoughts and snow dances coming.)

Weather Affecting Course

Posted in Announcements by Musher

As of today, due to the warming trend we’re seeing, and the rain, Knik Lake has surface water. The trail is deteriorating quickly throughout the race course. We’ll be making a determination in next few days whether the race needs to be postponed or cancelled.

Mandatory Layover for the Knik 200

Posted in Announcements by Musher

Regarding the Mandatory Layover for the Knik 200: The total mandatory layover is 6 hours plus the musher’s time differential. The layover is at Yentna Station. Mushers must sign in and sign out at Yentna Station.

Updated Race Rules Now Available

Posted in Announcements by Musher

The official race rules for both the Knik 100 and Knik 200 are now available on our website athttp://knik200sleddograce.com/. Please be sure to read them as there are changes.

Updates for Mushers

Posted in Announcements by Musher

Knik 200 drop bags should be dropped off at Willow Airport no later than Wednesday, 10:00 pm, January 2nd. Look for the signs. Knik 100 drop bags should be dropped off at Eagle Quest Lodge no later than Friday, 10:00 pm, January 4th. The Knik Bar and Grill is not a drop bag location due to security reasons. Two drop

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Trail Condition Report

Overall, the trail is good throughout the race course. A map of the course will be coming soon.

Changes Made to Knik Race Courses

To streamline race costs and logistics, we’ve modified the Knik 100 and Knik 2oo race courses. Both races will start at Knik Lake in Wasilla. Teams participating in the Knik 200 will go to Eagle Quest Lodge (approximately 60 miles from the start), sign in/out, drop dogs if necessary, then continue to Yentna Station (approximately 35

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