Who is the father of the Iditarod& why?

Answer According to The Official Site Of The Iditarod, Joe Redington, Sr. is known as the "Father of the Iditarod" because he helped co-found the Iditarod. The Iditarod is a 1,150 mile sled dog race throu... Read More »

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Who is the man known as the father of the Iditarod race?

Joe Redington Sr. is known as the father of the famous sled dog race the Iditarod. According to the Iditarod's official website, the first race took place in 1967 and was called the Iditarod Trail ... Read More »

What does the word Iditarod mean?

The word Iditarod has several possible origins, including meaning "clear water" according to the Shageluk Indians and "distant place" according to Ingalik and Holikachuk Indians, the Iditarod Trail... Read More »

Iditarod School Games?

Widely called "The Last Great Race on Earth," the Iditarod is often a compelling subject for students. Whether it is learning about the endurance of the competitors or the role of the sled dogs, st... Read More »

What is the minimum age of an Iditarod racer?