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Marcelle Fressineau wins Iditarod 42 Red Lantern

By KTVA Sports 9:15 PM March 15, 2014

Awarded to last musher to make it to Nome

ANCHORAGE – Marcelle Fressineau Bib #50 won the Iditarod 42 Red Lantern award Saturday evening.

Fressineau is the 49th and final musher to cross the burled arch. The 59-year-old Swiss-born Canadian musher arrived in Nome at 7:42 p.m. Her total race time was 13 days, 4 hours, 42 minutes and 8 seconds. The Red Lantern is awarded to the last team to successfully make it to Nome.

 

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