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Craig Medred
The oldest musher in the 2011 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race thought he was well prepared to take a dog team 900 miles. And then 65-year-old Kiwi Bob Storey met the real Alaska wilderness. Some of the best might make running the Iditarod look easy, but it's not.Craig Medred
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A day spent flying low and dodging air congestion is well worth it, as a trike trip up to the Willow restart of the Iditarod provides a spectacular way of experiencing the Last Great Race.Rob Stapleton
If there was every any doubt about who was in control of the 2011 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, it ended Thursday when Martin Buser from Big Lake sped into the ghost town of Iditarod.Jill Burke,Craig Medred
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Wife of musher Mitch Seavey says doctors are hopeful they can save his finger, seriously injured early Thursday morning while slicing open a bale of straw at the Ophir checkpoint. Seavey was ordered withdrawn from the race and evacuated to Anchorage.Craig Medred