WON Landing Page March 2022

Tracey Petervary wins 350-mile 'human Iditarod'

Who knew there was a human Iditarod race in Alaska? And the contestants use bicycles or skis or “hoof it” — in the snow on trails that aren’t as well-packed as dog trails? It’s billed as the “world’s longest winter ultra-marathon.” Read the article by  Craig Medred in the Alaska Dispatch, where he lauds Tracey Petervary, who claimed a new record for the 350-mile trail that is the “toughest winter race” in Alaska and includes the 350-mile version, or for those seeking more adventure, the 1100-mile race. See http://www.alaskadispatch.com/dispatches/news/4345-new-record-set-in-human-powered-iditarod

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