Become an Insider – March 4, 2013 6:15 pm
Christine Roalofs (R) arrived in Nome Sunday afternoon at 1:36 with 11 dogs. She becomes the Red-Lantern Award winner for 2013 officially closing the race. All teams are in NOME! Time for the Finishers Club Banquet.
Bob arrived in Nome early Sunday morning with 11 dogs. He talks about the challenges his team met along the trail.
Rookie James Volek reached the Burled Arch just after midnight on Saturday. Volek reached the finish line with 12 young dogs.
Veteran Cindy Gallea made it to Nome just before 5:30 Saturday night. After taking 2 years off from the race, she is still up to the challenge.
Just before 10:30 Saturday morning, Mikhail Telpin of Russia pulled under the Burled Arch. The Iditarod rookie finished the race with 11 dogs.
Luan Ramos Marques reached the burled arch just after 8 am Saturday morning. Luan had 15 dogs after dropping “Fuselage” in Elim.
Angie Taggert pulled into Nome just before midnight Thursday with 11 dogs. She announced that this will be her last Iditarod.
Louie Ambrose arrived in Nome with a large group of supporters on hand. Ambrose ran the race in memory of his father-in-law Jerry Austin.
Gerry Sousa made it to Nome Friday night. He pulled under the arch at 5:20 with 10 dogs.
Mike Williams, Sr. reached the Burled Arch just after 3:30 Friday.
Jodi Bailey sums up her 2013 trip!
Kristy and Anna Berington reached Nome Thursday evening. Both teams reached the finish line with 11 dogs.
After scratching back in 2009, Aaron peck drove his team all the way to the Burled Arch. Peck arrived in Nome with 7 dogs just after 5 pm Thursday.
Karin Hendrickson wrapped up her 2013 race Thursday evening. She pulled into Nome at 4:44 pm and had 10 dogs on her string.
Veteran Matt Giblin finished his 2013 race Thursday with a strong run in from White Mountain. Giblin finished in 39th place with 11 dogs on his line.
Justin Savidas reached Nome Thursday night with 9 dogs. He praised his entire dog team but specifically his leader Twig who ran in single lead.
Rookie Travis Beals pulled into Nome Thursday night just after 4 o’clock with 11 dogs. Not long after reaching the Burled Arch, he proposed to his girlfriend who said yes.
Rookie Richie Diehl pulled into Nome Thursday just after 1:30 with 11 dogs.
Veteran Jim Lanier is the 35th musher to reach the Burled Arch.