Mitch Seavey: Staying With It

After winning his first Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in 2004, Mitch Seavey spent nine years trying to get his second title, all the time thinking that if he ever reached the burled arch in Nome first again “that’d be it.” That he’d hang up the sled and retire from the sport.But when the 53-year-old Sterling musher did just that in early March, becoming the race’s oldest winner, thoughts of retiring were far from his mind. And they still are, he said.Read more here:


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