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    Joe Runyan's Sled Dogs and the Iditarod - Considered by many to be the "thinking man's musher," Joe Runyan provides intelligent, well thought out information, interviews, and insight into this often misunderstood sport. Anyone who thinks they know dogs may rethink that position after reading his articles on dog training and upkeep, not to mention the valuable insight he gives of a race he once won.

    Iditarod Great Sled Race - Official site for the world's foremost sled race, the Iditarod Great Sled Race, with regular updates during the race, musher biographies, and educational links.

    Sunhusky's Iditarod Den - Regularly updated links and information re the Iditarod, the 1,000+ miles dog sled race across Alaskan wilderness. Here is the place to find current information and links, as well as responses to much of the criticism aimed at the race by animal rights organizations.

    Iditarod Facts - Supportive facts about the Iditarod, researched in response to repeated charges of inhumane treatment of dogs, with common sense responses to their assertions and musher responses.

    Iditarod 411 - Contains activities for teachers, students, and families who follow the race.

    North Wapiti Kennels Siberian Huskies - Although essentially a kennel, like many, North Wapita uses its site to share its own insight and info on the Iditarod. Karen Ramstead, kennel owner, will be a rookie driver in Iditarod 2000 and her journal is an important element of this site. Follow her as she prepares her pure-bred Siberian Huskies for the greatest challenge of their lives, the 1,150 mile Iditarod Sled Dog Race.

    Iditarod champion Martin Buser at Happy Trails Kennel - Website for 3 time Iditarod champion Martin Buser and his sled dogs, Happy Trails Kennel, Big Lake, Alaska

    North Wapiti Kennels (Siberian Huskies) - Iditarod 2000 - Follow the progress of one of the few all purebred Siberian Husky teams in the Iditarod 2000. Home to champion show dogs, the dogs of this kennel retain their ability to run as a team.

    Ramy Brooks - Dog mushing in Alaska - Ramy Brooks - Professional Alaskan dog musher and his pups challenge some of the most extreme territory on the planet

    Cabela's Iditarod 2000 - Cabela's, in partnership with DuPont, provides in-depth information and twice daily coverage during the race provided by Iditarod expert Joe Runyan. This website is very informative, entertaining and educational.

    Iditarod musher Bill Cotter - Many pages devoted to audio and photo coverage of musher Bill Cotter in the 2000 Alaska Iditarod.

    The Iditarod Trail - Lore and Map - The run from Anchorage to Nome, the dangers, risks, lore, interesting occurences, and twists of fate along the Iditarod Trail - The Last Great Race! Clickable map.

    ABC Amanda's Iditarod Journal - A graphic artist, Amanda Shepherd nevertheless kept a journal of her adventures as a volunteer/journalist at the Iditarod. Her insight and honesty are refreshing and you can learn much from sharing her adventures.

    Alaska Iditarod Tours' Iditarod Sled Dog Race Tour - This tour covers the Race start in Anchorage and the Race middle from the McGrath checkpoint. Webpage features Iditarod Race slideshow.

    Guide to the Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race - Offers links to Quest race history, the official Yukon Quest web site, top Quest mushers, Quest and Iditarod dogs and mushers, Quest and Iditarod in the classroom, more. - All the adventure, none of the frostbite - This site is dedicated to the sport of mushing, dog sledding and dog care. Media coverage of race events such as the Iditarod and other Alaskan events are only some of what can be found on

    Iditarod News and Photos from the Anchorage Daily News - Alaska's largest newspaper, the Anchorage Daily News, presents news, features, profiles and photography from the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

    Iditarod 2001 - Route map and photo memories of top mushers on the trail.

    Welcome to Cool Dreams! - Bill Borden lives in an unusual place for a musher, in Atlanta, GA. Follow his quest to qualify for and run Iditarod 2002.

    Guide to the Iditarod Sled Dog Race - Offers extensive links to race history, the official race site, media coverage, winning mushers and dogs, trail maps, training, and equipment.

    Alaskan Iditarod Mushing - Musher G. B. Jones has an Iditarod Sled Dog team adjacent to the famous Iditarod Sled Dog trail in ALaska. Sight offers frequent journal entries of an Alaskan Iditarod musher.

    Plettner Sled Dog Kennels - Iditarod training facility, with info re kennels, training, and more. Lynda Plettner has been featured in many video productions, most recently PBS's "Sled Dogs" and "Iditarod: A Far Distant Place." Iditarod 2000 featured four Plettner teams, among them Lynda's husband, Dan, and Fedor, a Russian adventurer known internationally for his various undertakings.

    Iditarod Team of Anadyr Siberians - Follow a musher as they prepares for the Iditarod with Siberian Huskies from the world famous kennel of Earl and Natalie Norris in Alaska.

    PETA: End the Suffering of Dogs in the Iditarod - Activism site campaigning against sponsorship of the race.

    Sled Dog Action Coaliton - Working to stop the Iditarod by ending company sponsorship. Information about the race, the mushers, the dogs, the vets, the media and recreational mushing.

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