Category Archives: Dog racing

Extreme sled dog race in Alaska (part 2)

This year’s race kicked off on March 5. The 1,570km long race stretches from the Willow to Nome region of Alaska, shorter than the previous races (1,850km). However, the musher said that the organizers did not calculate correctly, the actual race must be close to 1,700km. Alaskan native twin sisters Anna and Kristen Berington join… Read More »

What to Know About Dog Racing (part 1)

Dog racing is a sport that uses speed racing dogs to finish. Today it is considered a competitive industry in which Greyhound dogs are racing around a track that is widely watched. The chasing dogs will chase a false prey until they reach the finish line. Like horse racing, greyhounds usually allow the public to… Read More »

The Dog Sled Race in Kamchatka, Russia

The dog sled contest has been held annually on the Kamchatka Peninsula since 1990. It is increasingly attracting more participants. Dog sleds are an important means of transportation in the Arctic region, helping transport and travel in areas inaccessible by other methods. They have successfully used sled dogs in expeditions of both polar regions, as… Read More »