Seavey and Burmeister ran almost 13 hours non-stop through the night in an effort to put distance between themselves and the chase pack of Aliy Zirkle of Two Rivers, Jake Berkowitz of Big Lake, Norwegian rookie Joar Ulsom -- plus the surging teams of four-time champion Jeff King of Denali Park and Ray Redington Jr. of Willow. Burmeister pulled his snow hook in Kaltag after just four hours rest following an immensely difficult run up the Yukon River, during which most mushers faced extreme overflow and snow-drifted trail. Seavey, who got an extra hour of rest in Kaltag over Burmeister, followed 30 minutes behind in a tight-knit group of mushers.
Iditarod 2013 - Leaders make it to the coast
- Updated March 10, 2013
In the past three days of racing, all of the lead teams seem to have had a good run followed by an average run. Without a dominating team, all can be considered legitimate threats.Buy Photo
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