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Seavey First out of McGrath

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Volunteers holding a welcome sign in the McGrath checkpoint. Photo: Zachariah Hughes, KSKA/Alaska Public Media

Seavey continues his lead southbound back towards Deshka Landing, with the rest of the pack hot on his heels. He left McGrath at 5:32 this evening with thirteen dogs.

Also featured in this evenings update: full standings on where mushers are on the trail, speculation on trail conditions might affect this year’s race strategies, and a look at Nome-born Aaron Burmeister’s mushing career.

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Image at top: Iditarod volunteers at McGrath during the 2016 race. Photo: Zachariah Hughes, KSKA/Alaska Public Media

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