Become an Insider – March 4, 2013 6:15 pm
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Jeff King was the third team to leave Unalakleet and says he and his team feel better and better the further they get down the trail.
Jeff King and his team where the fourth team to pull into Unalakleet.
Martin Buser heads into the Unalakleet checkpoint.
Aliy Zirkle was the first to reach the Bering Sea Coast Saturday arriving just after 4:30 establishing another record in this year’s race. For her efforts she receives the Gold Coast Trophy and 2 ounces of gold from Wells Fargo.
While sitting on the beach in Florida, Danny Seavey got a message asking him to spring into action. An injury to Iditarod veteran Matt Giblin forced Seavey to leave the sun and sand behind for the freezing temperatures of Alaska.
Iditarod volunteer Josh Capps sends a special message to his family from the Ruby checkpoint.
Allen Moore talks about the benefits in running a team of dogs on the Iditarod from an early age.
Richie Diehl has been training for flat terrain all year, and he’s excited to get to the Yukon River and put his team’s skills to the test.
Justin Savidis is running the 2014 Iditarod for one of his principal sponsors who was recently diagnosed with liver disease. The conditions on this year’s trail gave him a greater understanding of what his friend is facing.
Dan Kaduce shows us his team leaders and tells us all about what it means to be a lead dog on the Iditarod trail.
We talk to Abbie West at the Ruby checkpoint.
Katherine Keith tells us all about her specially prepared meals for her time on the Iditarod trail.
We talk to Jessie Royer at the Ruby checkpoint.