Dallas Seavey Wins 2014 Iditarod
At the culmination of an exciting couple of days of racing, Dallas Seavey claimed his second Iditarod win after overtaking Aliy Zirkle at the Safety checkpoint.
Zirkle slid into Nome 2 minutes and 22 seconds after Seavey to take second place for the third-straight year.
The officials times for the two top finishers Tuesday were:
Seavey: 8 days. 13 hours. 4 minutes. 19 seconds. This is a new Iditarod record.
Zirkle: 8 days. 13 hours. 6 minutes. 41 seconds.
Last year’s champion, Mitch Seavey, finished third and was trailed by Norway’s Joar Leifseth Ulsom, and four-time winner Martin Buser.
This is Dallas Seavey’s second win. He won in 2012. Last year, his father won.