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  • Sally Ottenberg

    Lance Mackey~4 time Iditarod winner HERO!! We heard lance speak during our riverboat cruise. Then we had our picture taken. Molly bought his book.

  • Crazy Madhatter

    Lance Mackey is an American dog musher and dog sled racer from Fairbanks, Alaska, who is a four-time winner of the 1,000-mile Yukon Quest, four-time winner of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and cancer survivor.

  • Kimberley Scofield

    Lance Mackey~discover why he is amazing!

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