Iditarod co-founder’s grandson Ryan Redington wins dog race
Summary by Ground NewsRyan Redington crossed the Iditarod finish line around 3:15 CST Tuesday afternoon. Six of his original 14 dogs were still in harness. It is his first win in then nearly 1,000-mile sled dog race. His grandfather, Joe Redington Sr., is credited with being the father of the race.
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Ryan Redington arrives in Nome, Alaska to win Iditarod sled dog race
Ryan Redington, who hails from a family of hall-of-fame mushers, reached Nome, Alaska, ahead of his rivals on Tuesday to win the grueling Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in his 16th try.
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Iditarod co-founder's grandson Ryan Redington wins dog race
Ryan Redington on Tuesday won the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, bringing his six dogs off the Bering Sea ice to the finish line on Nome's main street. Redington is the grandson of Joe Redington Sr., who helped co-found the arduous race across Alaska.
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Grandson of Iditarod co-founder wins Alaska sled dog race
Ryan Redington has won the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, which his grandfather helped co-found. Redington’s dog team pulled him down Nome’s main street shortly after noon on Tuesday, sliding
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