Mitch and Janine Seavey with their grandaughter, Annie, in March 2014, in the staging area for dog teams before the start of the Iditarod. Annie, who was 3 at the time, is the daughter of the Seaveys’ son, Dallas. Dallas is the youngest person to ever run the Iditarod and the youngest to win it. This year, Dallas came in first while Mitch Seavey came in second. It’s the first time a father and son have won the top two positions. Janine Seavey grew up in Cary before moving to Alaska.
Mitch and Janine Seavey with their grandaughter, Annie, in March 2014, in the staging area for dog teams before the start of the Iditarod. Annie, who was 3 at the time, is the daughter of the Seaveys’ son, Dallas. Dallas is the youngest person to ever run the Iditarod and the youngest to win it. This year, Dallas came in first while Mitch Seavey came in second. It’s the first time a father and son have won the top two positions. Janine Seavey grew up in Cary before moving to Alaska. COURTESY JANINE SEAVEY
Mitch and Janine Seavey with their grandaughter, Annie, in March 2014, in the staging area for dog teams before the start of the Iditarod. Annie, who was 3 at the time, is the daughter of the Seaveys’ son, Dallas. Dallas is the youngest person to ever run the Iditarod and the youngest to win it. This year, Dallas came in first while Mitch Seavey came in second. It’s the first time a father and son have won the top two positions. Janine Seavey grew up in Cary before moving to Alaska. COURTESY JANINE SEAVEY

Iditarod royalty has Cary roots

April 13, 2015 03:49 PM

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