Dallas Seavey

I come from a family of mushers, with my dad being an Iditarod Champion and my Grandfather racing in the inaugural Iditarod Race. From a young age, I helped my dad, Mitch Seavey, train and raise sled dogs. While growing up, I also wrestled at a state and national level, including one year at the U.S. Olympic Training Center. In 2005, I became the youngest musher in history to complete the Iditarod Tail Sled Dog Race. In 2011, I not only had my best ever Iditarod finish at the time, but was also the Yukon Quest Champion. In 2012, I became the youngest ever winner of the Iditarod at the age of 25.

  • Iditarod Champion – 2012 (youngest to win, age 25)
  • Iditarod 4th Place – 2013
  • Iditarod 4th Place – 2011
  • Yukon Quest Champion – 2011 (youngest to win & rookie of the year, age 24)
  • Iditarod 8th Place – 2010 (first to halfway winner)
  • Iditarod 6th Place – 2009 (most improved musher award)
  • Iditarod 41st Place – 2007
  • Iditarod 51st Place – 2005 (youngest Iditarod finisher ever)
  • Kuskokwim 300 4th Place – 2004 (youngest finisher, age 16 & first competitive race)