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Musher Comes from Behind to Win Iditarod Sled Dog Race

Eight days and 13 hours after he began, the winner has crossed the finish line in the nearly 1,500 kilometer Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Picking up his second win, Dallas Seavey drove his dogsled across the finish line early Tuesday in Nome, Alaska. He came from behind to pass four-time race winner Jeff King and second place finisher Aliy Zirkle in the last 124 kilometers. Seavey became the youngest Iditarod champion when he won the 2012 race at age 25. He comes from a family of...

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