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Alaska Todd Palin will have a new partner for next year's Iron Dog race: two-time race champion Tyler Huntington of Fairbanks. Huntington told the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://bit.ly/17T50Of) he's not looking to benefit from the fame
It was the team's second year in a row winning the 2,000 mile race from Big Lake to Nome to Fairbanks...The dynamic snowmachine duo won the 2,000-mile Iron Dog snowmachine race from Big Lake to Nome to Fairbanks for the second straight year when they
Friday, more than an hour ahead of their nearest competitors. The finish line in Fairbanks is 291 miles from Tanana, where racers will be held overnight and released Saturday morning to ensure a daylight finish. The Iron Dog hasn't announced what
The teams will cover more than 2,000 miles of Alaska wilderness on their way to Nome and a Fairbanks finish next Saturday. Bill Roth Anchorage Daily News Buy Photo The $10,000 question of the 30th anniversary edition of the Iron Dog: Who gets the $10,
Wichman, 31, were injured when the Cessna 170B they were in crashed Rainy Pass on Sunday afternoon...The Alaska Air National Guard says the plane crashed about a mile from the Rainy Pass Lodge, which is 125 air miles northwest of Anchorage. The plane
Huntington, the winner in 2010 and 2011 and the runnerup last year, was medevacked to Anchorage with a broken pelvis, Iron Dog executive director Kevin Kastner said. Huntington, who was raised in Galena and lives in Fairbanks, was paired with Nome's
February 24th, 2012 11:15 PM Last Modified: February 24th, 2012 11:15 PM With two Iron Dog titles to his name, Marc McKenna knows what it takes to win the longest and toughest snowmachine race in the world. Click to enlarge Marc McKenna Click to
10 a.m., Dusty VanMeter of Kasilof and Marc McKenna of Anchorage will be the first racers to leave the start line at South Port Marina. Each man has won the race with a different partner but they have never won together.
perhaps 18 inches of it -- could make things messy when 31 pro teams leave the frozen lake Sunday afternoon for the start of the 2,000-mile race across Alaska. "The lake is flooding," Iron Dog executive director Kevin Kastner said Tuesday afternoon. "
Sandy Stringfellow Tuesday, March 15, 2011 The BBC's Jackie Long recently spoke with Governor Sarah Palin in Big Lake, Alaska, as the Iron Dog snowmobile race was set to begin. The Iron Dog course is over 2,000 miles, making it the world's