ED ITEN's Racing: 1986-2008
Twenty-three Years of Racing in the Northwest Arctic and Alaska



IDITAROD SLED DOG RACE
The ultimate long distance sled dog race. One thousand one hundred miles from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska.
 
Year Place Time
  2008 17 10 days, 4 hours, 59 min. 40 sec.
  2007 6 9 days, 16 hours, 34 min. 10 sec.
  2006 7 9 days 11 hours 11 minutes
  2005 2 9 days 19 hours 13 minutes
  2004 5 9 days 16 hours 25 minutes
  2003 9 10 days 11 hours 7 minutes
  2001 16 12 days 00 hours 22 minutes
  2000 24 10 days 08 hours 54 minutes
  1999 10 10 days 14 hours 02 minutes
  1992 14  
 
Iditarod Album
 
 
Follow the action: www.iditarod.com
  www.cabelasiditarod.com
 

 
 
KUSKOKWIM 300
A tough mid-distance race that draws top teams from throughout Alaska. Run up the Kuskokwim River from Bethel and back in cold, dark January.
 
Year
Place
Year
Place
 
2007
5
2000
4
 
2006
5
1999
3
 
2005
2
1997
13
 
2004
1
1994
8
 
2003
3
1993
2
 
2001
3
 
Kuskokwim Album
 
 
Follow the action: www.k300.org
 

 
 
KOBUK 440
The last race of the season, a favorite of villagers in our region this 440 mile race up the Kobuk River draws Iditarod Champions to the NW Arctic.
 
  1st 2004, 2002, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1995, 1991
  2nd 2005, 1993, 1992, 1990, 1989
  3rd 2007
 
 

Kobuk Album
 
KOBUK 220
Ed’s first race, the one that hooked him on dog racing. He finished in second place, minutes behind the Shishmerif Cannonball, Herbie Nayukpuk in 1986. This race was run on New Years Eve from Kotzebue through the NW Arctic villages of Noorvik, Kiana and Selawik.
 
  1st 1999, 1997
  2nd 1988, 1887
  3rd 2000
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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