Twenty-seven teams leave for Fairbanks after a day of repairs, banquets and good times in Nome. The amazing weather, trails and volunteer support has made this one of the best Iron Dog races in recent history. We’ve overheard long-time veterans say that this has been a “once in 30 years experience”. More than 85% of the racers that started this race are still in the race. The average Iron Dog year would have already taken its toll with more than a third of the teams scratching before even reaching the halfway mark.
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