Iditarod 2014: Journey of a Lifetime
March 19, 2014
Think the weather this winter has been tough? You haven't experienced cold until you've spent eight days racing through the frozen Alaskan tundra on the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Earlier this month, more than 50 of the toughest sportsmen and their beloved dogs set out from Anchorage, Alaska, through whiteout blizzards, ice-filled rivers, and huge snowdrifts to see who would come out victorious at the finish line in Nome.
Dallas Seavey finished the 2014 Iditarod in just eight days, 14 hours and nine minutes, only two minutes ahead of Aliy Zirkle, the second place finisher. Beginning on March 25th at 7p.m. EST, you can relive the harrowing journey on "Iditarod Unleashed", only on Sportsman Channel. Be sure to tune in.
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Amazing Dog Photos from the 2014 Iditarod
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