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More than a dozen miles outside of this coastal community Saturday afternoon, Aliy Zirkle helped push her sled with two ski poles as her dogs pulled, trotting along the icy, fast Iditarod Trail.
Jockeying for the Iditarod lead: the pace is becoming key as leaders' strategies begin to take shapeSaturday, March 8, 2014 at 12:00 AM
On a day when Martin Buser reclaimed the Iditarod lead and Aliy Zirkle gained ground on the four-time champion from Big Lake, a couple of veteran mushers contended with dwindling dog teams, a couple of rookies caught their breath and a couple of...
Pushing his dog team all the way to the Yukon River before taking his mandatory daylong layover was Denali Park musher Jeff King's first-choice plan if his dogs, the trail and the weather held out, he said.
Australian musher Christian Turner traveled more than 7,500 miles from home to get to the Iditarod, but it was the 75 trail miles between Rohn and Nikolai that proved to be the rookie's biggest hurdle yet to finishing the race.