Dallas Seavey Leads Iditarod Mushers Out Of Elim

white-mountainDallas Seavey is the first musher out of Elim, as he heads to Golovin, then up to White Mountain, where he will take a mandatory 8-hour rest.

He was the first to reach Elim late last night, leading Aaron Burmeister by just over three hours. The two front-runners were followed into the checkpoint by Mitch Seavey, Jessie Royer and Aliy Zirkle.

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