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“The Iditarod – The World’s Toughest Race” by Martin Buser

by Sleddoggin Staff April 27, 2012

Martin Buser, Four Time Iditarod Champion, speaks at the 2011 ATA Fall Forum, held in September 20-21, 2011 in Anchorage, AK Don’t miss ATA 2012, the world’s largest telehealth conference and exposition. April 29-May 1, 2012 in San Jose, CA. www.ATA2012.com Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Yukon Quest: The Story of the World’s Toughest Sled Dog Race

by Sleddoggin Staff April 3, 2012

Yukon Quest: The Story of the World’s Toughest Sled Dog Race Over beer and hamburgers at the Two Rivers Lodge near Fairbanks, Alaska, a small group of mushers conceived a gutsy idea for a new sled dog race that would be more challenging than any other marathon race in the Far North. In 1984, mushers [...]

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My Lead Dog Was A Lesbian: Mushing Across Alaska in the Iditarod–the World’s Most Grueling Race

by Sleddoggin Staff March 2, 2012

My Lead Dog Was A Lesbian: Mushing Across Alaska in the Iditarod–the World’s Most Grueling Race    The Iditarod may be the only race that awards a prize for last place.  But then how many people can even complete a course that ranges across 1,000 miles of Alaska’s ice fields, mountains, and canyons at temperatures that [...]

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World’s Toughest Athlete

by Sleddoggin Staff February 26, 2012

Article by Ed Mayhew From time to time we all find ourselves in difficult or tough circumstances not of our own choosing. Then there are those who actually opt to put themselves in extremely perilous situations as a way of testing their mettle — for the challenge of it. Pennsylvania”s Tim Hewitt is such a [...]

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World’s Toughest Athlete

by Sleddoggin Staff March 6, 2011

From time to time we all find ourselves in difficult or tough circumstances not of our own choosing. Then there are those who actually opt to put themselves in extremely perilous situations as a way of testing their mettle, for the challenge of it. Pennsylvania’s Tim Hewitt is such a person. He may just be [...]

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Stephanie Lerner’s “Kids Who Think Outside The Box” Book Assembles Over 30 of The World’s “Living Legends” to Discuss Success

by Sleddoggin Staff February 27, 2011

(PRWEB) April 8, 2005 Whether it’s a matter of their prodigious talent, awesome intellect, highly developed social conscience, or dynamic personality, some kids just seem born to be extraordinary. How can parents nurture a child’s uniqueness without sacrificing the natural development and magic of a “normal” childhood?

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