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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p> Slide 2 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Iditarod Jeopardy Review Game Slide 3 What disease threatened the city of Nome? Slide 4 Diphtheria Slide 5 What was name of the lead dog that carried the serum into Nome? Slide 6 Balto Slide 7 Who is considered father of the Iditarod? Slide 8 Joe Redington Sr. Slide 9 What was the name of the dog who carried the serum further than Balto? Some people think this is the true hero of the Serum Run. Slide 10 TOGO Slide 11 Why is the Alaskan Landscape so challenging for this race? Slide 12 The mountains, snow, frozen waterways, bitter cold, and blowing winds make this race very challenging. Slide 13 What is the name given to sled drivers? Slide 14 Mushers Slide 15 What are the places that mushers must stop while racing in the Iditarod? Slide 16 Checkpoints Slide 17 Where do most Iditarod Sled Dog Race mushers live? Slide 18 Alaska (in the bush) Slide 19 What is the name of the protective shoes for the dogs on the trail? Slide 20 Booties Slide 21 What was the Iditarod Trail used for from the 1880s-1920s? Slide 22 To reach distant places during the gold rush. It was a transportation route. Slide 23 What is the Iditarod known as today? Slide 24 The Last Great Race on Earth. Slide 25 Why is Joe Redington Sr. called the father of the Iditarod? Slide 26 He started the Iditarod race to honor the history and importance of sled dogs. Slide 27 What does the word Iditarod mean? Slide 28 A Distant Place Slide 29 Does the current race cover the same trail route every year? Slide 30 NO Slide 31 When does the trail follow the northern route? Slide 32 On Even Years Slide 33 When does the trail follow the southern route? Slide 34 On Odd Years Slide 35 Who holds the records for the most Iditarod wins? Slide 36 Rick Swenson Slide 37 Who is awarded the Red Lantern? Slide 38 The musher who finishes in last place. Slide 39 What are two traits that a dog must have to be a good sled dog? Slide 40 Endurance &amp; Speed Slide 41 What does the musher command Gee mean? Slide 42 Turn Right Slide 43 What does the musher command haw mean? Slide 44 Turn Left Slide 45 Name two pieces of equipment needed for dog sledding. Slide 46 Sled, Dogs, Towline, Ax, Booties, etc. Slide 47 Who is the mother of Iditarod Race? Slide 48 Dorothy Page Slide 49 How many dogs do the Iditarod mushers start with? Slide 50 16 Slide 51 What is the minimum number of dogs a musher can finish the Iditarod race with? Slide 52 6 Slide 53 True or False: The Wheel Dog helps steer the sled and needs to be strong. Slide 54 TRUE Slide 55 True or False: The Swing dog run directly in front of the sled Slide 56 False Slide 57 What type of sled dog is pure white? Slide 58 Samoyed Slide 59 What is the symbolic number of miles that the Iditarod race is run? Slide 60 1,049 miles Slide 61 Where is the official start of the Iditarod Race? Slide 62 Willow, Alaska. Anchorage, Alaska is only a ceremonial start. </p>

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