once every year
are women allowed to race in the iditarod race
no of corse by alot
The "halfway point" checkpoint for the iditarod race is Ophir to Iditarod
The race is named after the town of Iditarod.
Iditarod is from the Alaskan language. It is a dogsled race in Alaska. The race is called the Iditirod Race.
There are 18 checkponts in the 2013 Iditarod race
March 3, 2011 is when the Iditarod race starts.
At a time when dog mushing was fading, a man that lived in Knik, Alaska had the idea of a dog mushing race from Knik to Nome. His name was Joe Redington Sr. often called the father of the Iditarod. He started the Iditarod Sled Dog Race in 1973.
the iditarod can be very dangerous at times.
The Iditarod race begins in Anchorage, Alaska. The race ends in Nome, Alaska. The race takes place in the beginning of March.
The Iditarod race course is from Seward, Alaska to Nome, Alaska.