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Dallas Seavey Wins Iditarod

At 25, son of '04 champ is youngest winner

Dallas Seavey became the youngest musher ever to win the Iditarod on Tuesday when he arrived in Nome, Alaska after mushing for nine days. Seavey, 25, is the son of 2004 Iditarod winner Mitch Seavey. Dallas credited his victory to a careful strategy and said he held his team back in the first part of the race, then pushed them at top speed in the final stages. In addition to Mitch Seavey, who came in seventh, Seavey's 74-year-old grandfather Dan Seavey also raced.

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