Wednesday, June 19, 2013
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Jan Steves Wins Iditarod Red Lantern Award
The 55-year-old musher took 14 days, 11 hours and 57 minutes to finish the nearly 1,000 mile race from Anchorage to Nome.
Seavey Makes History with Iditarod Win
Tuesday night musher Dallas Seavey made history, crossing the Iditarod finish line just before 7:30 with a team of 9 dogs.
Dallas Seavey Wins Iditarod 40
The new champion arrived at 19:29.
Jim Lanier is First to Arrive at Iditarod Halfway Checkpoint
Lanier, who is running in his 15th Iditarod, arrived with 13 dogs. The Cripple Checkpoint is the halfway marker of the race.
Last Year's Iditarod Champion in Sixth Place
“Rest assured [Mitch] hasn't been lying around on the couch since the last race and he's been putting together a pretty tough team,” said Dan Seavey.
Mushers Take Off on Official Iditarod Restart
For the 40th Iditarod, the competition is pretty stiff. There are six returning champions with 19 wins between them. Last year’s winner and course record holder, John Baker, is back again, hoping for another victory.
Steer Bride Will Race Iditarod to Site of Her Marriage Proposal
“I had no idea he'd taped the ring onto his lead dog Henry's collar,” said Anjanette and added his unconventional method was a very special moment.