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Iditarod 2011: John Baker wins the 2011 Iditarod

Well it’s official: John Baker of Kotzebue, Alaska is the winner of the 2011 Iditarod Sled Dog Race and it could not have happened to a better guy. Baker is now in select company with a group of individuals that make this sport what it is today. From the likes of Lance Mackey, Susan Butcher, Libby Riddles, Doug Swingley, Martin …

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Iditarod 2011: Day 10 Coverage on Mush! You Huskies

On the latest edition of Mush! You Huskies, we are continuing our coverage of the 2011 Iditarod. Jason Barron is our guest and an Iditarod expert. Barron has finished the Iditarod seven times and has won several mid-distance races in the Lower 48 including the John Beargrease Marathon and the Race to the Sky. Barron is the author of the novel Ballad of …

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Motivational quote of the day

I have learned how to nurture myself, so besides hearing a critical voice, I had another voice inside me that said, I believe in you. Whatever you do is fine. –Laurel King

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Iditarod 2011: Day 9 coverage on Mush! You Huskies

On the latest edition of Mush! You Huskies, we are continuing our coverage of the 2011 Iditarod. Jason Barron is our guest and an Iditarod expert. Barron has finished the Iditarod seven times and has won several mid-distance races in the Lower 48 including the John Beargrease Marathon and the Race to the Sky. Barron is the author of the novel Ballad of …

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Iditarod 2011: Day 8 coverage on Mush! You Huskies

On the latest edition of Mush! You Huskies, we are continuing our coverage of the 2011 Iditarod. Jason Barron is our guest and an Iditarod expert. Barron has finished the Iditarod seven times and has won several mid-distance races in the Lower 48 including the John Beargrease Marathon and the Race to the Sky. Barron is the author of the …

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Iditarod 2011: Newton Marshall

The great Isaac Newton realized that everything moves at a maximal velocity which is determined by gravity (meaning that the max velocity any falling object can get, no matter the size or density, is 9.81 m/s^2). Then we have the Iditarod. One of the race’s most liked mushers is Newton Marshall. A man that is the furthest from what you …

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Iditarod 2011: Dynasties and Dream Seekers

Decades before my Iditarod dreams were even a simple fantasy there were families that would change the landscape of this Last Great Race that would become a dynasty. Today when you hear the names Seavey, Redington, and Mackey you think of just one thing: Iditarod Champions. Seavey Lets take the Seavey’s first. Dan Seavey, Sr. was one of the first …

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