Coast Guard sponsored Iditarod racer Ken Anderson departs on the race re-start point of the 38th edition of the Iditarod in Willow, Alaska. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class David Mosley) When the 2010 Iditarod came to a close, Coast Guard sponsored musher Ken Anderson added another top-5 finish to his storied
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Last week we received a comment on the Coast Guard Compass about the Iditarod and the treatment of the sled dogs involved in the epic 1,150 mile race across some of the toughest terrain in Alaska. Since then, in addition to keeping tabs on Coast Guard sponsored musher Ken Anderson, we’ve also been doing our homework on the race
Coast Guard sponsored musher Ken Anderson is making waves and shaking things up as the 2010 Iditarod nears the end. Click here to read an Anchorage Daily News update on the race and the strategy behind Ken’s surge which currently has him fourth in the standings.
We’re pleased to announce that as of this posting Coast Guard sponsored musher Ken Anderson has moved into tenth place as he continues his epic journey across Alaska’s toughest terrain in the 2010 Iditarod. Here is the latest update from his blog as reported by Ken’s wife and fellow musher Gwen Holdmann: I did get
Coast Guard sponsored Iditarod racer Ken Anderson departs on the race re-start point of the 38th edition of the Iditarod in Willow, Alaska. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class David Mosley) Click the image to view more photos from the restart. Coast Guard sponsored musher Ken Anderson is on course in the
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Coast Guard sponsored Iditarod musher Ken Anderson visits with the second grade girls from Fire Lake Elementary School, Eagle River, March 2, 2010. The school visit was part of a pre-race community outreach effort, bringing a real element to the children’s participation in following the upcoming Iditarod race. (Coast Guard photo by
VALDEZ, Alaska – Anderson poses for a photograph with the crew of CGC Long Island during a tour last week. Anderson visited the cutter, the Small Boat Station and the Marine Safety Offices to learn more about the Coast Guard, its missions and its people. The Coast Guard is sponsoring Ken Anderson, a nine-year Iditarod