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Sterling's Seavey reaches Yukon first

...checkpoint were defending champion John Baker of Kotzebue, Aaron Burmeister of Nome, four-time champion Jeff King of Denali Park and DeeDee Jonrowe of Willow. The Yukon River portion of the nearly 1,000-mile Iditarod is dreaded by many mushers...
Gebhardt first musher into Rainy Pass checkpoint

...Kasilof, had the stunning alpine views to himself, but then others started arriving. Three-time winner Jeff King of Denali Park was second into the checkpoint at 12:57 p.m., followed by Mitch Seavey of Seward at 1:16 p.m. Defending...
Fiedler first musher out of Takotna

...successfully pull something off, it's hard to give them a lot of credibility,'' said three-time Iditarod champ Jeff King of Denali Park, who was listed in fourth place. Fiedler has been an Iditarod regular since 1989. He's been a consistent Top-20...
Gebhardt also in ghost town

...didn't leave until 8:43 a.m. While Boulding waited in Ophir, two other mushers went past. Former winner Jeff King of Denali Park arrived at 5:50 a.m. and left at 6:08 a.m. Mitch Seavey of Sterling, Alaska, arrived at 7:50 a.m...
Swingley takes lead back from Gebhardt

...Charlie Boulding of Manley left Nulato at 2 p.m. Saturday. Six other mushers -- including former winners Jeff King of Denali Park, Rick Swenson of Two Rivers, Martin Buser of Big Lake and Rick Mackey of Nenana -- were all into Nulato by midafternoon...
Montana's Doug Swingley claims third Iditarod victory

...less than nine days. ''It would have been a milestone in Iditarod history,'' he said. Swingley joins Jeff King of Denali Park and Martin Buser of Big Lake in the three-time winners circle. Susan Butcher of Manley, who last competed in...
Eight teams finish Iditarod

...Wednesday. Willow musher Linwood Fiedler finished second Wednesday just before 3 p.m. Three-time champion Jeff King of Denali Park reach Nome third. Five-time champion Rick Swenson claimed fourth place in the wee hours Thursday morning. Then...
Seavey takes All Alaska Sweepstakes

...experienced mushers with supremely conditioned dog teams competing in the race, other than past Iditarod champions Jeff King of Denali Park and Lance Mackey of Fairbanks. These latter two mushers battled it out in the final days of the 2008 Iditarod...
Off to the races: Getting to the start line half the challenge of T-200

...Shell Lodge in Clam Gulch, the race's halfway point where teams are required to take an eight-hour rest. Jeff King of Denali Park was the first in to the Clam Shell, followed two minutes later by Cim Smyth of Big Lake. In the T-100, the lead...
T-200 will cover a different route after '07 wildfire

...course typically only utilize around 500 markers. Photo by Joseph Robertia Robert Bundtzen of Anchorage and Jeff King of Denali Park, analyze a map of the T-200 course before the start of last year's race. Photo by Joseph Robertia The well-marked...


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