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Iditarod reverses penalties on mushers who sheltered dogs amid storm

Updated: May. 12, 2022 at 8:53 PM AKDT
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Both Porsild and Phillips sought refuge inside a shelter cabin along the race route between the checkpoints of Koyuk and Elim, approximately 150 miles from the finish of this year’s race, which measured 975 miles in total. Both mushers sheltered their dogs inside the cabin due to the extreme weather on the night of March 14, causing them to lose places in the event.