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3rd dog associated with Iditarod dies

3rd dog associated with Iditarod dies

At age 57, Mitch Seavey becomes the oldest victor of the Iditarod. The race started on March 6 in Fairbanks, with 71 teams trying to navigate the gruelling Alaska wilderness to the finish line in the old Gold Rush town of Nome. "They're just 2- and 3-year-old dogs, so watch out, Seaveys, we're going to get you". Mitch Seavey on the winner's podium in Nome. "This truly is the Last Great Race".


Dustin Johnson's Dominant Run Continues with Third Straight Win

Dustin Johnson's Dominant Run Continues with Third Straight Win

Through eight holes against the World No. 1, the 22-year-old Rahm was 5 down, demonstrably frustrated, and visibly ready to start snapping clubs. "I've got to make it to the finals first", Johnson said of his chance at history. "But this golf course I felt like it was playing tough". He ran it so far past the hole that the ball actually ran off the green. Rahm again fought back, driving the all-carry-over-water par-4 13th and two putting to again pull to 3-down.


Ricciardo suffers gearbox drama before Australian GP

Ricciardo suffers gearbox drama before Australian GP

Despite staying in the auto for a number of minutes to try and get it restarted, he climbed out. Ricciardo exited the track fuming but was soon lowering himself into the seat again as technicians frantically worked on his auto in the garage as the clock ticked down to the start.


Elite high school girls hockey players turn down USA Hockey for Worlds

Elite high school girls hockey players turn down USA Hockey for Worlds

According to multiple reports, the federation is struggling to field a team of replacement players, with multiple National Women's Hockey League players, as well as U18 and high school players, saying they would not play. On Saturday, NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith joined the chorus of support for the players, tweeting that the organization stands behind their goals.


Celtics squeak past Heat to stretch winning streak to four

Celtics squeak past Heat to stretch winning streak to four

On top of that, Goran Dragic, another leader of the Miami charge, was in a shooting slump, going 24 of 71 from the floor in his last four games and 5 of 18 from 3-point range. "No one said a word", Stevens said. A driving Tyler Johnson layup with 4:13 to play again put the Heat up two, before a Crowder 3-pointer gave Boston a 102-101 lead with 3:53 left.


Stanford, Mississippi State punch tickets to women's Final Four

Stanford, Mississippi State punch tickets to women's Final Four

A Baylor three with about a minute and a half left cut the Bulldog lead to 87-85. Mississippi State ranks No. 22 in both points per game (76.3) and points allowed per game (56.4). Williams scored 15 against Troy in round one. William would answer a Baylor three to give the Bulldogs a 68-66 lead, but Nina Davis would find room inside for a short lay-up and the game was tied once again with 4:20 to play.