In terms of impressive feats of human endurance, the Iditasport trail race has always been intriguing one. It pits athletes against one another as they travel on bike, skis and foot to follow the entire 1000-mile route of the Iditarod sled dog race.
It is a grueling and demanding race, which you’ll discover for yourself in this hour-long documentary on the 2001 edition of the race. This is one you’ll want to grab a snack and get comfortable for. It is definitely well worth watching!
A Thin White Line from Brüdder on Vimeo.
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2 thoughts on “Video: A Thin White Line – A Documentary of the Iditasport Adventure Race”
Nice video. An intense event for sure. I was not aware that the trail was so well packed, but it makes sense.
The trail conditions do vary some, especially depending on how much snow falls, but it really is like a highway for sled dogs. 🙂
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