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A Sebastien Vergnaud dog jumps in excitement of leaving the start line during the Ceremonial Start of the 2017 Iditarod in Anchorage on Saturday March 4, 2017 Photo by Jeff Schultz

A Sebastien Vergnaud dog jumps in excitement of leaving the start line during the Ceremonial Start of the 2017 Iditarod in Anchorage on Saturday March 2017 Photo by Jeff Schultz

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

PHOTOS: Iditarod, ‘The Last Great Race’

Amazing Imagery of Alaska's Aurora Borealis and SLed Dog Racing (there's a 34 Pic Slideshow! REALLY CLEAR photos. Iditarod - "The Last Great Race". Beautiful photos by Marc Lester, Anchorage Daily News.

Furry Fact: Iditarod sled dogs burn roughly 11,000 calories per day. Based on body size and weight, this amount of caloric burn is eight times the amount of a Tour de France cyclist.    This is by far the most popular viewing checkpoint of the race, as thousands of spectators lineup along Fourth Avenue. If you’d rather not battle the crowds at the starting line, try standing along Cordova Avenue where many race rookies are known to take a spill along the hard right turn.

Best Spots to Watch the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race – Princess Lodges

Leonhard Seppala and Togo - Sled Dog Racer ran the longest part of the diptheria serum run to Nome

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

Togo, lead sled dog for the team that ran the longest distance in the relay of diphtheria antitoxin from Anchorage to Nome in 1925; via Best Made #icons

Best Made Man: Togo Pictured above: Perhaps the most famous lead dog of them all, Togo (with his musher Leonard Seppala) who lead the team that ran the longest distance in the relay of diphtheria.

I really need to stop reading so much Sarah Palin! =P haha NEVER!

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Aliy Zirkle in Nikolai Iditarod 2014

See The Iditarod--DONE!  One of the best things I have ever seen!

Sled Dogs howling at the Takotna checkpoint for the Alaskan Iditarod. It has been my dream since I was a child to see this race!

Mitch Seavey poses with his star lead dog "Pilot" at the finish line after winning his third Iditarod in record time of 8 days, 3 hours, 40 minutes and 13 seconds in Nome during the 2017 Iditarod on Tuesday afternoon March 14, 2017.Photo by Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com (C) 2017 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Mitch Seavey poses with his star lead dog "Pilot" at the finish line after winning his third Iditarod in record time of 8 days, 3 hours, 40 minutes and 13 seconds in Nome during the 2017 Iditarod on Tuesday afternoon March 14, 2017.Photo by Jeff Schultz/SchultzPhoto.com (C) 2017 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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