CopperDog 150 - Radio Check-In Monitor

CopperDog places radio operators at various crossings throughput each stage of the race. As mushers move through crossings, their bib numbers and the crossing times are recorded and called into Net Control at Race Headquarters. Safety staff records and monitors the progress of each time. Computer operators also enter each musher’s crossing time into a database. The information is then broadcast online via twitter, Facebook and our website. Times displayed here are NOT official times, rather they are used to help insure forward progress of all competitors.

2019 CopperDog 150

Calumet to Eagle Harbor

Bib Musher

Eagle Harbor to Copper Harbor

Bib Musher

Copper Harbor to Calumet

Bib Musher

2019 CopperDog 80

Calument to Eagle River

Bib Musher

Copper Harbor to Calumet

Bib Musher

2019 CopperDog 25

Calumet to Gay

Bib Musher