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  • n. Plural form of Iditarod.

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Examples

  • These mushers, who collectively have raced dozens of Iditarods, knew Williams Jr. must endure this race on his own.

    AlaskaDispatch.com: Iditarod Dogs on the Edge

  • She, who led my team all the way in my first three Iditarods, who has saved my life more than once, who can even read my mind, now has to be left behind.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Loving Our Dogs

  • As a journalist who has covered four Iditarods in the 1980s and '90s, I was apprehensive when I began reading the sled dog article.

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  • I mean you have to admire any man who completed six Iditarods after age 70!

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Only one musher, the legendary Rick Swenson from Two Rivers, has won five Iditarods.

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  • But the Fairbanks musher who has won the world's longest sled dog race four consecutive times was quick to say, just like in previous Iditarods, his race could turn around and he could end up on top.

    The Seattle Times

  • Mackey, a throat cancer survivor, has been open about using medical marijuana in past Iditarods.

    News

  • Topkok has run four Yukon Quests and five Iditarods.

    Whitehorsestar.com News

  • Over the last six years he has won three Iditarods (in a row, and easily) and four

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  • Blakeney began working Iditarods after meeting Jon Van Zyle, the event's official artist, at a party in Pascagoula to which she had taken pictures of huskies that she raised.

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