YAY Mitch! I am so glad he won..he is the Mark Martin of Dog Racing.. Good for him!
PH, indeed. These mushers are exhausted to the point of staggering incoherence by the time they reach Nome, and yet everyone wants to interview them. You can tell how much adrenaline has worn off by the length (and sense) of their remarks.JUGM, I see he has a fan. Cool. :^)
I love it! ( of course from my vantage point, Mitch is just a kid ) ;)
Cathy, he's younger than me, too. Not a lot, but still ...Keads, I had the pleasure of meeting Mitch & Dallas about 6 years ago, when they were seeking property in downtown Anchorage from which to stage their summer sled dog show. It's a good show, by the way; funny & entertaining.
Congratulations to Seavey! I was sorta pulling for Aliy to catch up to him once they left White Mountain, but it didn't happen. Being second two years in a row isn't bad, but it would have been nice to see her get first. Maybe next year.
joated, I'm right there with you; thought it would have been neat to see another female champ. The last was Susan Butcher's final win in 1990.
Go, old guy!Persistent runner-up, better luck next year.Good race, good race indeed. Thanks for the updates, Rev. Paul.
Congrats to the old guy!!! :-D
ML, Mitch has been a strong contender many times, and I'm glad he got another win before he retires.And you're welcome, sir.NFO, he done good for a young pup that's still wet behind the ears, didn't he? :^)
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