Who Won the 1995
Alaskan Iditarod

Doug Swingley (Vic and Elmer)

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Montana musher Jessie Royer made history in Iditarod

The Missoulian
In 1993, she finished third in her first race, a 130-miler in Ashton, Idaho, with dogs purchased from Iditarod legend Doug Swingley of Lincoln, a four-time winner and first non-Alaskan champion. A year later, at age 17, Royer became the first and ...

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

The race has seen one five-time champion (Rick Swenson) and a handful of four-time champs (Jeff King, Dallas Seavey, Martin Buser, Doug Swingley, and Susan Butcher). The trail is now established, kept open, and groomed by an army of volunteers.

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4 Iditarod facts everyone should know as NH native nears the head of the pack

NH1 News
Mushing seems to be a sport of streaks, and other mushers have been able to cobble together four wins over a relatively short period including Martin Buser, Lance Mackey, Doug Swingley, Jeff King and the late Susan Butcher. But the fifth has remained ...

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83-mile Flathead Classic sled dog races this weekend

Daily Inter Lake
MONTANA HAS a proud sled-dog racing tradition, boasting the first non-Alaskan (Doug Swingley) to ever win the sport's most famous race, the 1,000-plus mile Iditarod, and hosting the Race to the Sky, one of the more prestigious races in the Lower 48 states.

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