The Iditarod Sled Dog Race
From Anchorage, in south central Alaska, to Nome on the western Bering Sea coast, each team of 12 to 16 dogs and their musher cover over 1150 miles in 8 to 20 days.
Dallas Seavey won the 2014 Iditarod in 8 days, 13:04:19, establishing a new record for the race. It was Seavey's second Iditarod victory.
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is an annual long-distance sled dog race run in
early March from Anchorage to Nome, which takes place entirely in the US ...
Official site for the world's foremost sled race, the Iditarod Great Sled Race, with
regular updates during the race, musher biographies, and educational links.
About The Iditarod. “The Last Great Race on Earth®”. You can't compare it to any
other competitive event in the world! A race covering 1000 miles of the ...
Check out this latest feature about the Iditarod
, the dog sled race in Alaska, from Geography Intern Amanda Briney. More »
Jan 7, 2016 ... The Iditarod sled dog race is the toughest race on earth. Our news coverage of
the sled dogs and their mushers is the best media coverage of ...
Meet adventure writer Gary Paulsen and learn about his experiences racing the
Iditarod. Listen to an exclusive interview or read Gary Paulsen's Iditarod journal.
Two-time Iditarod champion Martin Buser drives his dog team into the Rainy Pass
, Alaska, checkpoint during the 25th anniversary of the Iditarod in 1997.
Get an in-depth look on how humans and dogs train and survive in the world's
The Iditarod is a dog sled race that takes place every March in Alaska. It is
sometimes called the "Last Great Race." Although the race is over 1150 miles