Reporter Rebecca Palsha, Photojournalist Eric Sowl
We've compiled all the photos from our coverage of the 42nd Iditarod race along the trail starting from the beginning and extending through Dallas Seavey's milestone win.
From broken bones and sleds to treacherous trail conditions, Iditarod XLII had many mushers scared for their lives and dog teams during what may go down as The Last Great Race’s most controversial outing.
Reporter Blake Essig/Photojournalist Albert Lutan
Mushers and their loved ones take a breath and relax following the end of the Iditarod.
When Marcelle Fressineau’s sled runners passed over the finish line, it marked the official end of Iditarod XLII.
Elliot Anderson scratched from the Iditarod at 1:01 am Saturday just outside of Golovin.
And then there were seven -- almost all of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race’s mushers have reached Nome Friday night, with its final handful of rookies within roughly 100 miles of the Burled Arch.
Just a dozen Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race mushers are still en route to Nome Thursday night, with its rearmost team less than 150 miles from the Burled Arch.
Josh Staab | KTUU
Like the old adage goes, even the best-laid plans often go awry, and it couldn't have been a better turn of events for this first-time Iditarod race reporter.
Coming from a print journalism background to work for a broadcast news station, you find yourself learning all sorts of new things.
One journalist's first-hand account from the behind the scenes on the trail of the 2014 Iditarod Race.
Iditarod re-start in Willow.