Friday, February 5, 2021

One-Dog Skijor Sprints

1K night sprints for both novices and seasoned skijorers

City of Lakes Loppet Winter Festival

Part of the City of Lakes Loppet Winter Festival

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Friday, February 5: 7:30 – 9:00 pm
The Trailhead, 1221 Theodore Wirth Pkwy

The Skijoring Sprints are exciting, fast-paced, head-to-head contest with heats of 3-4 one-dog skijor teams (consisting of a skier and one dog in harness). For novice competitors and seasoned racers the skijor sprints are fun and welcoming; and there is not much better for spectating.

Brackets are determined by event leads after the close of online registration. The Skijoring Sprints begin immediately after the other Friday night sprints finish between 7:30 and 8:00 pm.

Come cheer on your favorite dogs (oh, and their people too)!

No new registrations will be allowed after close of online registration due to the amount of time it takes to develop competition brackets and schedules.

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 StatusThrough 9/21/20Through 11/30/20Through 1/4/21Through 2/1/21Through 2/5/21Final PriceRegistration Deadline
Chuck & Don's Skijor SprintsOpen$20$22.50$25$27.50N/A$27.502/3/21 11:59pm

Proceeds from the Chuck & Don's Skijor Sprints benefit the Loppet Foundation. Learn more about the Foundation's mission, vision, and values.

Registration and transaction fees are non-refundable, including in the event of delay, rescheduling, or cancellation of an event or program. An event or program registration is not transferable to another person or another event for any reason, including injury. Participating under another person's name will result in disqualification.

A Note About the Data We Collect

Competition details are posted here prior to the event. For general questions about getting into skijoring contact Kevin at kevinmmurphy@comcast.net.

Information on race maps and logistics, parking and transportation, registration and packet pick-up, awards, and results can be found here.

Stay tuned to our Trail Conditions page to be the first to learn if conditions-based event adjustments must be made.