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Legendary Knik musher's life chronicled by Chugiak grad

...recently finished her biography of Iditarod founder Joe Redington Sr., "Champion of Alaskan Huskies." It was not...generations."The first person that came to mind was Joe Redington," she said.So she called up Redington and simply...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-08-07/legendary-knik-mushers-life-chronicl
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A passion for mutts and mushers

...Wasilla's Ray Redington Jr., an 11-time racer of the Iditarod. Last year he placed sixth. His grandfather, Joe Redington Sr., founded the Iditarod. "It's been a while since I've been here," Redington said. This will be his second...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-02-02/a-passion-for-mutts-and-mushers
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...his lead to the finish line and winning his first Tustumena 200 ahead of Ray Redington, grandson of Iditarod legend Joe Redington, Jeff King multiple Iditarod champion and veteran T-200 winner Paul Gebhardt. In the T-100, the father of the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/node/14604
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They're off -- for real

...took to the trail Sunday to officially begin the 1,150-mile race to Nome. The trail goes through Knik, home of Joe Redington Sr., who started the race in 1973 and died of cancer last June at age 82. From there it continues through muskeg...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030600/ala_030600idi007.shtml
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Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race officially under way

...took to the trail Sunday to officially begin the 1,150-mile race to Nome. The trail goes through Knik, home of Joe Redington Sr., who started the race in 1973 and died of cancer last June at age 82. From there it continues through muskeg...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030600/ala_030600ala013.shtml
alaska
Gone to the dogs

...sport. She attributes her start to some family relatives having a chance encounter with the founder of the Iditarod, Joe Redington, while visiting Alaska. "My aunt and uncle met Joe, and they heard all about the Iditarod. After their visit they...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/012210/out_553338773.shtml
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Drug testing -- for humans -- comes to Iditarod

...the no-drug idea since it reflects the crossroad the Iditarod is currently near, or at. It's changing from Old Joe Redington's adventure race for anybody with dogs who dreams the dream, to a world-class event where the most elite mushers...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/121109/out_481369672.shtml
Dent tries to forget last year

...had dogs growing up in Baltimore. He got interested in dog mushing when he came to Alaska to take part in the 1996 Joe Redington Iditarod Challenge, a trip by non-competitive mushers who followed the Iditarod teams to Nome. Dent was hooked...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030300/idi_030300idi007.shtml
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Gebhardt first musher into Rainy Pass checkpoint

...trail Sunday from Wasilla to officially begin the 1,150-mile race to Nome. The trail goes through Knik, home of Joe Redington Sr. who started the race in 1973 and died of cancer last June at age 82. From there it continues through muskeg and...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030700/ala_030700ala0060001.shtml
alaska
Dog days of winter

...winner, Rick Swenson of Two Rivers, said he lost 20 pounds to get ready for the race, partly because of something Joe Redington Sr. told him. Redington founded the race in 1973 and died last year of cancer at age 82. Swenson, who won last...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030500/idi_030500idi003.shtml
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