Dallas Seavey in McGrath

Seavey maintains his lead by a few hours. He still does have to take an eight hour break, as per races rules. He can take that here in McGrath, or in Nikolai or Takotna. Sass must also take that eight-hour layover. Meanwhile, Ryan Redington and Aaron Burmeister, in fourth and fifth positions, have taken that required layover. That could give them a strategic advantage as the race continues.

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Women of the trail have not proven that they can “run with the big dogs.” They are the big dogs. KNOM shares a bit about the history of female mushers in the Last Great Race.

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