Mackey's finish 2nd fastest in history
NOME, Alaska -- Lance Mackey won the 1,100-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Tuesday to become the first musher in the event's 38-year history to win four consecutive races.
Fans bundled up against subzero temperatures cheered the
39-year-old throat cancer survivor as his team coasted up the main
street of this old Gold Rush town. For winning, Mackey gets a new
Dodge truck and $50,400. He finished the race in eight days, 23
hours and 59 minutes -- the second-fastest finish in race ...
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