Iron Dog Day 2: Team #7 first to Kotzebue, Hale makes race history

Iron Dog team no. 7, Tyler Aklestad and Nick Olstad lead the 2020 Pro Class Race at the Kotzebue checkpoint. In the recreational class race, Team no. 77’s Israel Hale made history becoming the first-ever amputee to finish and win the race.

Alaska’s Allie Ostrander took seventh in the Women’s 3,000 meters at the U.S. Track and Field Indoor Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The 2020 Iron Dog is underway, and 29 teams have left the starting line in Fairbanks.

The West High Eagles are the 2020 Alaska State High School Hockey champions after defeating South High 4-3 in double overtime.

2020 Iron Dog Pro Class draws starting order

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