Mother Of The Iditarod
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- Press Release Finishers Banquet - Iditarod
- IDITAROD XLII FINISHER'S BANQUET AWARD WINNERS ... Presented by GCI since 1994, in honor of the late Dorothy G. Page, the “Mother of the Iditarod”.
- General Race Info-History and 2013 Race Information ... - Iditarod
- Iditarod Trail Committee Board of Directors and Staff… ...... The late Dorothy G. Page, the “mother of the Iditarod” is quoted in the October 1979 issue of the ...
- Table of Contents - Iditarod
- Dorothy Page: Is called the “Mother of the Iditarod”. • The first race: was in 1973 and was run with a different set of rules than today's race. It took 32 days for the ...
- 2016 media guide - Iditarod
- Dec 1, 2011 JOANNE POTTS – 2016 IDITAROD HONORARY MUSHER. ...... the roughest, most beautiful terrain Mother Nature has to offer, it throws jagged ...
- Iditarod Trail Committee
- Mar 9, 2016 Anchorage, Alaska – Iditarod XLIV competitor Dallas Seavey (bib #16) ... of the award since 1994, which honors the late “Mother of the. Iditarod.
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- The Latest: Dallas Seavey Is First to Iditarod Halfway Mark
- Page was considered the mother of the Iditarod. Seavey is the reigning Iditarod champion and has won three out of the last four races across Alaska. The nearly 1,000-mile race started Sunday just north of Anchorage.
- Warm weather has Iditarod mushers basking, happy about good trails
- Four-time Iditarod champion Jeff King said he occasionally laid on his sled's brake to keep his team at a steady speed on the trail so the dogs wouldn't get too warm.
- Ripmaster to continue 1000-mile race
- 28 along the historic Iditarod Trail from Knik, Alaska, over the Alaska Range to McGrath and to Nome, a week before the Iditarod Sled Dog Race. Four days into the run – in which ...
- Asheville runner escapes death on Iditarod Trail
- “But as soon as he stepped on the ice, he was under water, swimming against the current,” Kristen Ripmaster said Monday of her husband, who is still competing in the 1,000-mile Iditarod Trail Invitational.
- For some mushers, illness could make Iditarod even more arduous
- DeeDee Jonrowe, a longtime friend, said Buser has reason to be worn out. Jonrowe, marking her 34th Iditarod start, has had her own trials: She and husband Mike lost their Willow home to the Sockeye Fire last summer. Jonrowe lost her mother to cancer ...
Suggested Web Resources
- The Beginning – Iditarod
- The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race first ran to Nome in 1973, after two short races on part ... The late Dorothy G. Page, the “mother of the Iditarod” is quoted in the ...
- History – Iditarod
- Joe and his wife Vi had deep historical interests in the Iditarod Trail since the .... Dorothy G. Page, the “Mother of the Iditarod” is quoted in the October 1979 issue ...
- Dorothy G. Page - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Dorothy G. Page (January 23, 1921 – November 16, 1989) was best known as " Mother of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race", the 1,049-mile (about 1,600 km) dog ...
- Joe Redington - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Joe Redington, Senior (February 1, 1917 – June 24, 1999) was an American dog musher and kennel owner, who is best known as the "Father of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race", a long ... Redington met Dorothy Page, the future "Mother of the Iditarod", at the Willow Winter Carnival in 1966. She wanted to sponsor a dog ...
- Why is Dorothy Page the Mother of The Iditarod - Answers.com
- because she and Joe Redington started the whole idea of the Iditarodby Alyssa Rasmussen.