“I hope that we’re always a threat in this race,” says Dallas Seavey. “We’re not always gonna win it, but we’re always gonna be a threat.”
Resting in Galena, Ray Redington, Jr. and Jessie Royer reflect on their races in light of the warmer preparation each team had this season.
Under clear, cold skies, the Nome-Golovin Snowmachine Race brought out a sizable crowd of spectators — and competitors — to the sea ice at Nome’s southern shoreline.
Full standings for today’s race are now available. Congratulations to Andrew Harrelson: the champion of Nome-Golovin 2015 and this year’s fastest rookie.
Huslia, in photos: mushers are greeted with a warm community welcome, warm food, and hot water.
Preliminary photographs and Twitter updates from the 2015 Nome-Golovin Snowmachine Race.
On his 32nd Iditarod, pulling into Huslia, Martin Buser reassesses his team and his race: “If I make this race so important that I compromise my values, then I’m a loser. That’s what I don’t want to happen.”
Meet a few of the racers of Nome-Golovin 2015.
Nome-Golovin 2015 starts today at 12noon. Follow the race with KNOM: on-air (96.1 FM, 780 AM), on social media (#NomeGLV), and with updates on this website later on Saturday.
“I’m too old for this crap,” Chuck Schaeffer says. On the Yukon, Schaeffer and Richie Diehl talk about the sometimes-rough trail to Ruby, Galena, and beyond.