At 58, Jeff King would be oldest Iditarod champ. Here's why he feels great (VIDEO)

At 58, Jeff King would be oldest-ever Iditarod champion. The Denali Park musher leads second-place Aliy Zirkle by nearly an hour Monday in White Mountain, meaning he just needs a solid, problem-free run 77 miles to Nome to win his fifth title. In these videos by Daily News trail reporter Casey Grove, he describes why he feels as good as ever and why he's not picking out the color of his trophy pickup just yet.