Two-Time Iditarod Champion Mitch Seavey Tells His Tales of the Iditarod Trail

Dean Osmar was the first dog musher from the Kenai Peninsula to ever win “The Last Great Race” in 1984 and it would be twenty years before another Peninsula musher, Mitch Seavey would be the first through the arches in Nome to claim an Iditarod Championship. The son of musher Dan Seavey who finished in the first historic run of the Iditarod trail that started in Seward and ended in Nome, Mitch once said that the only thing harder than winning your first Iditarod was winning your second. And tried he did running every Iditarod in subsequent years only to see his son Dallas become the youngest musher to ever win the Iditarod last year.Read more here: http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2013-04-15-0

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