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Iditarod

A New Daily Routine

The quietness is however short lived, the silence broke as soon as I approached the harnesses… It was their way of showing their will to go; their desire to work. They were 50, and yet only 14 would be taken for the first round....

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Books for Armchair Mushers

Mushing season has begun. While waiting for the Yukon Quest or the Iditarod, here are some suggestions for armchair mushers.Racing Toward Recovery by Mike Williams and Lew Freedman This book is a set of four true stories from...

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Mush It Forward

Marathon runners spend a lot of time and dedication working towards being the best runner they can be. Countless hours are spent in the gym, running on a track, doing specific exercises designed to enhance their performance....

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A Handler’s Tale

When I showcased my subpar dog handling skills in a race for the first time, it was the 2006Yukon Quest. But I was no stranger to the Quest, because I had covered it five times before that as a reporter for the Yukon News.I...

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From handler to racer

After almost a decade of being a Yukon Quest handler, partner, sponsor, and anything else required, Tamra Reynolds is embarking on her very own Yukon Quest.Her journey to the Quest start-line started in 2003. While living in...

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