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Iditarod - "The Last Great Race". Beautiful photos by Marc Lester, Anchorage Daily News.

PHOTOS: Iditarod, ‘The Last Great Race’

On Tuesday musher Dallas Seavey became the youngest winner of the Iditarod when his team of dogs crossed the finish line in the grueling race between Anchorage and Nome. The race is billed…

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Iditarod 2012 Update: Day Five

DOG MAN by Martin Buser Chronicles of an Iditarod Champion : Shop | Happy Trails Kennels

DOG MAN by Martin Buser Chronicles of an Iditarod Champion : Shop

Four-time Iditarod champion Martin Buser prepares his team to leave the checkpoint in Nikolai, Alaska, during the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Tuesday, March 6, 2012. Anchorage Daily News / Marc Lester

Four-time Iditarod champion Martin Buser prepares his team to leave the checkpoint in Nikolai, Alaska, during the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Tuesday, March Anchorage Daily News / Marc Lester

The Iditarod is perhaps the last great race on earth. My students are totally immersed in the dogs and mushers. Good luck to everyone!

They are all so happy with their tongues flopping out and big, doggy grins plastered on every one of their faces! Huskies truly love what they do, and they do it so well.

Iditarod dog race : The Iditarod dog sled race in Anchorage

The Iditarod dog sled race in Alaska - in pictures

The competitive portion of the race started on Sunday in Willow, Alaska, after a ceremonial opening in Anchorage

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Iditarod - would love to see the start of this race

Excitement! Iditarod 2017. 72 mushers must appear at ceremonial start with 12 of their 16 dog team

Iditarod 72 mushers must appear at ceremonial start with 12 of their 16 dog team

Iditarod 2014

Iditarod 2014

Finger Lake, AK | Alaska Iditarod Trail | Checkpoint 5 | Photo by Sue Frause (2004)

Finger Lake, AK | Alaska Iditarod Trail | Checkpoint 5 | Photo by Sue Frause (2004)

Leonhard Seppala with Togo, ca. 1920-25 - Seppala was a Norwegian musher and Togo was one of his most treasured dogs. Originally not destined to be a sled dog at all, Togo would escape his kennel to follow Seppala's runs, until Seppala had no choice but to put Togo in a harness. Once there, Togo proved his worth and became lead dog. In 1925, Togo successfully led Seppala's team across dangerous Norton Sound to relay antitoxin to the city of Nome, AK in hopes of preventing an diphtheria…

Alaskan musher Leonhard Seppala and his lead dog, Togo. They participated in the Race of Mercy in which they delivered diphtheria serum to the residents of Nome in

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