Who Won the 1973
Alaskan Iditarod

Dick Wilmarth (Hotfoot)

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1973 Alaskan Iditarod Winner Dick Wilmarth News

Air Force veteran pays visit to local third grade class

Mineral County Independent-News
The winner of the very first Iditarod was Dick Wilmarth; it took him almost three weeks to finish the race. Mitch Seavey holds two records for the race. He is the oldest person ever to win the race at age 53 with the fastest ever completion time ...

1973 Alaskan Iditarod Winner Dick Wilmarth News

Iditarod pioneer in race against time to complete film project

Still alive are 1973 champion Dick Wilmarth, along with Dan Seavey (whose son, Mitch, won his third Iditarod on Tuesday), Dick Mackey, Bill Arpino, Bud Smyth, Ken Chase, Ron Oviok, Robert Ivan, Terry Miller, Howard Farley and Bruce Mitchell. Perry has ...

1973 Alaskan Iditarod Winner Dick Wilmarth News

Breaking Trail at the Iditarod, Alaska's 1000-Mile Dog Sled Race

Twenty days, forty minutes, and forty-one seconds after the race began, Dick Wilmarth and the famous lead dog Hotfoot mushed down Front Street in Nome to much adulation, garnering a purse of $12,000 for winning the first Iditarod. Today's victors ...

1973 Alaskan Iditarod Winner Dick Wilmarth News

Dismantling Dodd-Frank -- And More

The American Prospect
Arthur Wilmarth of George Washington University believes in rigorously narrow banking, similar to the “ring-fencing” proposals put forward in Great Britain and the European Union. This eliminates subsidies that banks receive to fund trading activities ...

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