Finish

Become an InsiderMarch 4, 2013 6:15 pm


Finishers Video Package
Wells Fargo Winner’s Purse Award
Golden Stethoscope Award
PenAir Spirit of Alaska Award
Red Lantern Award
Sportsmanship Award
Wells Fargo Gold Coast Award
GCI Dorothy G Page Halfway Award

Golden Clipboard Award

March 17, 2014 1:36 pm
  • Presented by the mushers since 2000 to a special checkpoint

  • Voted on by the mushers

  • Presented at the Nome banquet by Mark Nordman, Race Director/Race Marshal

  • Winner-Checkpoint of Galena 


Horizon Lines Most Improved Musher Award

March 17, 2014 1:35 pm
  • Honors the musher who has bettered his/her last previous finish by the most number of places
  • Winner receives an engraved trophy plus $2,000.00
  • Presented at Nome banquet by Kenny Gill, Senior Director of Operations for Horizon Lines.

  • Winner-Richie Diehl 


Jerry Austin Rookie of the Year Award

March 17, 2014 1:32 pm
  • Presented since 1980, to the top place rookie (defined as a musher who has never before started the Race)

  • Musher receives check for $1,500.00 and trophy

  • Presented at the Nome banquet by Clara Austin (wife of Jerry Austin) and Family of St. Michael

  • Winner-Nathan Schroeder 


Alaska Airlines Leonhard Seppala Humanitarian Award

March 17, 2014 1:31 pm
  • Presented since 1982 to a top 20 team

  • Based on specific criteria to determine who has best demonstrated outstanding dog care throughout

    the Race while remaining competitive.

  • Recipient received a lead crystal cup on an illuminated wooden base

  • Presented by David Booker, Station Manager of Alaska Airlines and Chief Veterinarian, Dr. Stuart Nelson, Jr., D.V.M.

  • Winner-Martin Buser 


BBNC First Fish award

March 17, 2014 1:30 pm
  • Presented to the first musher to Galena.

  • Check for $1,000.00, Twenty-Five (25) Pounds of Bristol Bay salmon and a commemorative jacket

  • Re-presented at the Nome banquet by Jason Metrokin, President & Chief Executive Officer, Bristol

    Bay Native Corporation.

  • Winner-Aliy Zirkle 


City of Nome Lolly Medley Golden Harness Award

March 17, 2014 1:29 pm
  • Originally presented by the late Lolly Medley, Wasilla harness maker and one of two women to run the second Iditarod in 1974.
  • Embroidered gold colored harness
  • Goes to an outstanding led dog, chosen by the mushers
  • Presented at the Nome banquet by Denise Michels, Mayor of Nome
  • Winner-Beatle, Dallas Seavey’s Lead Dog

ExxonMobil Mushers Choice Award

March 17, 2014 1:28 pm
  • Each year the official finishers make the decision as to who was the most inspirational musher on the trail.
  • The award has been presented by EXXONMOBIL since 2010.
  • The Iditarod Limited Edition Gold Coin is valued at $3,900.00 and it’s surrounded by a gold chain rope.
  • Presented at the Finishers banquet by Karen Hagedorn, Production Manager for Alaska Winner-Aaron Burmeister

Marcelle Fressineau Earns Red Lantern Award

March 16, 2014 12:37 am

Marcelle Fressineau was the last musher to pass under the Burled Arch Saturday evening. As the final musher to reach the Burled Arch, she was asked to extinguish the Widow’s Lamp signifying  that all mushers are off the Iditarod trail. She crossed the finish line at 7:42pm Saturday with 9 dogs.


Lisbet Norris Finishes Iditarod 42

March 16, 2014 12:26 am

The Iditarod rookie Lisbet Norris put the wraps on her 2014 race. She finished on Saturday evening with 8 dogs pulling on her line.


Monica Zappa Makes it to Nome

March 16, 2014 12:18 am

The 47th musher to reach the finish line is Iditarod rookie Monica Zappa. She passed under the Burled Arch Saturday evening with 14 dogs on her tug line.


Alex Buetow Finishes Iditarod 42

March 15, 2014 8:55 am

Alex Buetow pulled under the Burled Arch just before 4:30 am Saturday. The rookie from Fairbanks finished this year’s race in 46th position with 14 dogs on his line.


Yvonne Dabakk Makes it to Nome

March 15, 2014 8:51 am

Rookie musher Yvonne Dabakk pulled into Nome shortly after 2:30 am Saturday. The Norwegian finished this year’s race in 45th position with 11 dogs on her line.


Tommy Jordbrudal Passes Under Burled Arch

March 15, 2014 8:46 am

Tommy Jordbrudal arrived in Nome early Saturday morning. The rookie musher pulled into Nome with 13 dogs on his string.


Jeff King Speaks From the Heart

March 14, 2014 10:02 pm

The emotional and dramatic story from just outside the Safety checkpoint.


Newton Marshall into Nome

March 14, 2014 5:57 pm

Newton Marshall arrives in Nome in 43rd place with many welcoming fans


Robert Bundtzen Arrives at Burled Arch

March 14, 2014 1:20 pm

Veteran musher Robert Bundtzen finished his 15th Iditarod Friday in 42nd position. He crossed the finish line just before noon with 12 dogs on his line.


Charley Bejna Finishes Iditarod 42

March 14, 2014 11:52 am

The Iditarod rookie musher from Illinois passed under the Burled Arch Friday morning. He arrived in Nome at 9 o’clock with 10 dogs on his string. This is Bejna’s first Iditarod finish crossing the finish line in 41st position.


Mike Ellis and his Team of Siberians Reach Nome

March 14, 2014 8:26 am

Mike Ellis finished his second Iditarod Friday morning. He and his team of 11 Siberian Huskies finished in 40th place.


Anna Berington Pulls Into Nome

March 14, 2014 8:23 am

Anna Berington passed under the Burled Arch at 5:15am Friday morning. This is Berington’s 3rd Iditarod and the 40th place finish is her best to date.


Christian Turner 38th Musher to Nome

March 13, 2014 8:34 pm

Christian Turner and his team of 10 dogs passed under the Burled Arch just before 8pm Thursday. This is Turner’s first Iditarod and credits his dog team for guiding him to Nome safely.