1 hr 49 min

Mitch Seavey: Iditarod Champion In Search of Lost Mojo

    • Fitness

Mitch Seavey is a 3-time winner of the Iditarod, a sled dog race from a ceremonial start in Anchorage to Nome, Alaska that’s been called the “Last Great Race on Earth”.  Teams often run the 1000-mile race through blizzards causing whiteout conditions and confront sub-zero temperatures and winds that can cause the wind chill to reach -100 degrees. 
In 2017, at 57, Seavey won the race as the oldest winner ever in a record time of just over 8 days.  He competed in his first Iditarod in 1982 at the age of 22 and has run ever Iditarod since 1995, racking up more than 15 top-10 finishes.

Mitch Seavey is a 3-time winner of the Iditarod, a sled dog race from a ceremonial start in Anchorage to Nome, Alaska that’s been called the “Last Great Race on Earth”.  Teams often run the 1000-mile race through blizzards causing whiteout conditions and confront sub-zero temperatures and winds that can cause the wind chill to reach -100 degrees. 
In 2017, at 57, Seavey won the race as the oldest winner ever in a record time of just over 8 days.  He competed in his first Iditarod in 1982 at the age of 22 and has run ever Iditarod since 1995, racking up more than 15 top-10 finishes.

1 hr 49 min