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Top 25 Mushers Out of Skwentna-South

The aurora borealis dances over the dog lot at Finger Lake checkpoint. Dave Poyzer/The Iditarod, used with permission.

21 mushers have placed in this year’s Iditarod Sled Dog Race. All Top 25 Mushers are headed Southbound out of Skwentna towards Deshka Landing.

In this evening’s update, we take a look at mushing camaraderie, with a focus on the friendship between mushers Ryne Olson (18th place) and and Paige Drobny (19th place).

For this discussion and your full Iditarod race update listen below:

Image at top: The aurora borealis dances over the dog lot at Finger Lake checkpoint. Dave Poyzer/The Iditarod, used with permission.

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