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Over beer and hamburgers at the Two Rivers Lodge near Fairbanks, Alaska, a small group of mushers conceived a gutsy idea for a new sled dog race that would be more challenging than any other marathon race in the Far North. In 1984, mushers organized the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race between Fairbanks and Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. Soon, mushers adopted an unofficial race motto, "Survive first, race second."
Table of Contents
|Mushers on a quest||p. 23|
|A bold idea||p. 33|
|A man with a dream||p. 43|
|The race takes hold||p. 50|
|The comeback||p. 56|
|Of cinnamon rolls and other treats||p. 63|
|Mysterious bush man||p. 67|
|Danger and tragedy||p. 76|
|A place to catch some shut-eye||p. 83|
|Two kinds of rookies||p. 87|
|Iron will||p. 96|
|No disgrace to be last||p. 102|
|Yukon Quest Photo Gallery||p. 109|
|A Canadian triumph||p. 125|
|Trail break||p. 136|
|Rick Mackey's quest||p. 142|
|A gold-rush centennial||p. 149|
|Alaska Native hero||p. 158|
|A woman's turn||p. 164|
|Doing a double||p. 170|
|So close||p. 176|
|First three-peat winner||p. 182|
|A legend is born||p. 189|
|Mackey makes his mark||p. 196|
|Surprise, surprise||p. 205|
|Appendix: Yukon Quest champions||p. 213|
|Yukon Quest finishers||p. 215|
|Author's Source Notes||p. 220|
|About the Author||p. 224|
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