Look at the pure joy, excitement and energy in the eyes of the front end of Mitch Seavey’s team as they round the corner at 4th & Cordova. 1049 miles later, Seavey claimed his third Iditarod Championship, setting a new time record of 8 days, 3 hours, 40 minutes & 13 seconds. Mitch’s first victory came in 2004. He became a Grand Champion in 2013. Since 2012, Mitch and his son, Dallas, have dominated the Iditarod podium.