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Quiz Questions 21 - 40

Questions 1 - 20
Questions 41 - 60
Questions 61 - 80

Current Quiz Questions


21. What is the name of Egil Ellis' main leader?
Answer: Mike

WINNERS
1. Scotty Cassens, Hot Springs South Dakota
2. Don Rice, Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania
3. Joe Busch, Williston, North Dakota

22. What year was the first Junior Iditarod run?
Answer: 1978

WINNERS
1. Barb Redington, Wasilla, Alaska
2. Wendy Warren, Kasilof, Alaska
3. John Schultheis, Knik, Alaska

23. Who coined the phrase "You've got to feed 'em good and treat 'em right." 
Answer: Gareth Wright

WINNERS
1. BEdw950987
2. Scotty Cassens, Hot Springs South Dakota
3. Jessica Tackett, Wasilla, Alaska

24. Who was the first woman to finish in the top five in the Iditarod?
Answer: Susan Butcher

WINNERS
1. Barb Redington, Wasilla, Alaska
2. John Schultheis, Knik, Alaska
3. Joy Rockne, Auburn, Washington

25. What year did the Royal Canadian Mounted Police end sled dog patrols?
Answer: 1969

WINNERS
1. Jonathan Larrew, Panama City Beach, Florida
2. Eric Rogers, Eagle River, Alaska
3. Maureen Lamb, Ottawa, Ontario

26. Name the person who pioneered a trail across the Alaska Range while carrying the frozen body of a Fairbanks judge.
Answer: Klondike Mike Mahoney
Finally we have all the winners to this question...way to go, Neil!

WINNERS
1. Eric Rogers, Eagle River, Alaska
2. Tom Shepski, Willow, Alaska
3. Neil Rasmussen, Grand Marais, MN

27. What is the largest number of mushers to finish the Iditarod in one year?
Answer: 63 in 1992.

WINNERS
1. Eric Rogers, Eagle River, Alaska
2. Mary Lou Mercier, La Valle, Wisconsin
3. Gisele Warner, Nashville, Tennessee

28. Who was the first lead dog credited with winning two Iditarods? [submitted by Eric Rogers, Eagle River, Alaska]
Answer: Nugget.  Emmitt Peters owned Nugget. He loaned her to Carl Huntington for Carl's 1974 win. Then Emmitt ran the race with Nugget in lead in 1975 and won. Incidentally Nugget was twelve at the time.

WINNERS
1. Barb Redington, Knik, Alaska
2. Joy Rockne, Tukwila, Washington
3. Chris Grabowski, Anchorage, Alaska

29. Who is the only musher to win the "Triple Crown of Mushing": the Iditarod, the Yukon Quest and the Alpirod? [submitted by Barb Redington, Knik, Alaska.]
Answer: Joe Runyan

WINNERS
1. Chris Grabowski, Anchorage, Alaska
2. Joy Rockne, Tukwila, Washington
3. Eric Rogers, Eagle River, Alaska

30. Name the musher who is the only person to win 5 consecutive ISDRA Open Class Gold Medals.  [submitted by Janelle Merritt, Prince George, British Columbia]
Answer: Ross Saunderson

WINNERS
1. Chris Grabowski, Anchorage, Alaska
2. Michael Bosman, Platteville, Wisconsin
3. Eric Kincaid, Chardon Ohio

31. What was the first year that the southern route of the Iditarod was run? [submitted by Eric Rogers, Eagle River, Alaska]
Answer: 1977

WINNERS
1. Ann Schultz, Wyoming, Minnesota
2. Nancy MacKenzie, Bruce Mines, Ontario
3. Erin McLarnon, Palmer, Alaska

32. Who was the first European to win the Alpirod? [submitted by Eric Kincaid, Chardon, Ohio]
Answer: Jacques Philip, in 1992

WINNERS
1. Nancy MacKenzie, Bruce Mines, Ontario
2. Amanda Crissinger Wasilla, Alaska
3. Magali Philip, Nenana, Alaska

33. Who was the original Huslia Hustler? [submitted by John Schultheis, Knik, Alaska]
Answer: Jimmy Huntington

WINNERS
1. Chris Grabowski, Anchorage, Alaska
2. Nancy MacKenzie, Bruce Mines, Ontario
3. Dori Hollingsworth, Seward, Alaska

34. Who was the Iditarod racer who attempted to run the Iditarod with a dogsled that had cages for extra dogs and a stove for cooking dog food while on the move? [submitted by Ben Gray]
Answer: Bud Smyth,
but when the officials saw it, they wouldn't allow it.

WINNERS
1. John Schultheis, Knik, Alaska
2. Barb Redington, Knik, Alaska
3. John D Skilbred

35. Who was the last rookie to win Iditarod? [submitted by Eric Rogers, Eagle River, Alaska]
Answer: Emmit Peters in 1975.  He was running Nugget in lead, who was 12 at the time, and helped Carl Huntington win in 1974.

WINNERS
1. Ann Schultz, Wyoming, Minnesota
2. Mary Lou Mercier, La Valle, Wisconsin
3. John Schultheis, Knik, Alaska

36. What year did the weekly mail service to Iditarod and Nome begin by dog sled? [submitted by Erin McLarnon]
Answer: 1914

WINNERS
1. Tenille Karl, Wisconsin
2. Neil Rasmussen, Grand Marais, MN
3. Sherry Swain, Maryland

37. What was the name of Joe Redington's first Alaskan Husky sled dog? [submitted by Mallorie Denney, Oregon]
Answer: Dodger

WINNERS
1. Jim Cogan, St. Charles, Illinois
2. Gisele Warner, Nashville, Tennessee
3. Nancy MacKenzie, Bruce Mines, Ontario

38. On December 14, 1911, 11 mushers and four dog teams left Iditarod for Seward hauling one ton of gold. How long did it take them to get to Seward? [submitted by Erin McLarnon]
Answer: 37 days

WINNERS
1. Tim McElravy, Everett, WA
2. Paul Lowe, Anchorage, AK
3. Sherry Swain, Maryland

39. Who is the only three time Junior Iditarod Winner? [submitted by Amanda Crissinger, Wasilla, Alaska]
Answer: Tim Osmar
This is a record!  All three correct answers were received the same day the question was posted!  Way to go guys!

WINNERS
1. Matt Polcaro, Kirkville, New York
2. Ryan Redington, Knik, Alaska
3. Sara Hardy, Wasilla, Alaska

40. Who was the first musher from outside of North America to win the Open North American Championship? [submitted by Amanda Crissinger, Wasilla, Alaska]
Answer: Michi Konno from Sapporo, Japan in 1998 (driving Joee Redington, Jr.'s team).

WINNERS
1. Don Rice, Copenhagen, New York
2. Matt Polcaro, Kirkville, New York
3. Cathy, Dimon, North Pole, Alaska

Congratulations to all the winners!

Current Quiz Questions

Questions 1 - 20
Questions 41 - 60
Questions 61 - 80

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