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Jeff King first to Ruby

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Jeff King 2016: Class Act!

Top 10 en route to Nome

Jeff King runs past an overflow glacier at sunrise as he leaves the Koyuk checkpoint on Monday March 14th during the 2016 Iditarod.  Alaska    Photo by Jeff Schultz (C) 2016  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED: Jeff King runs past an overflow glacier at sunrise as he leaves the Koyuk checkpoint on Monday March 14th during the 2016 Iditarod.  Alaska    Photo by Jeff Schultz (C) 2016  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Jeff King runs past an overflow glacier at sunrise as he leaves the Koyuk checkpoint on Monday March during the 2016 Iditarod. Alaska Photo by Jeff Schultz

A Jeff King dog is still very eager to run after finishing the Iditarod in the Nome finish chute on Tuesday March 15th during the 2016 Iditarod.  Alaska    Photo by Jeff Schultz (C) 2016  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED: A Jeff King dog is still very eager to run after finishing the Iditarod in the Nome finish chute on Tuesday March 15th during the 2016 Iditarod.  Alaska    Photo by Jeff Schultz (C) 2016  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

A Jeff King dog is still very eager to run after finishing the Iditarod in the Nome finish chute on Tuesday March during the 2016 Iditarod. Alaska Photo by Jeff Schultz

Jeff King scoops poop while his dogs rest during his 24-hour layover at Ruby during Iditarod 2016. Alaska. Photo by Jeff Schultz

Jeff King scoops poop while his dogs rest during his layover at Ruby during Iditarod Alaska. Photo by Jeff Schultz

The Wells Fargo Gold Coast Award is presented by Jake Slingsby, vice president & senior business relations manager for Wells Fargo, and Callie King, operations supervisor for the Nome Wells Fargo branch to Brent Sass at the musher finisher's banquet in Nome during the 2016 Iditarod. Alaska Photo by Jeff Schultz

The Wells Fargo Gold Coast Award is presented by Jake Slingsby, vice president & senior business relations manager for Wells Fargo, and Callie King, operations supervisor for the Nome Wells Fargo branch to Brent Sass at the musher finisher's banquet in Nome during the 2016 Iditarod. Alaska Photo by Jeff Schultz

Jeff King

Top 10 en route to Nome

Jeff King - Musher Details - 2016 Iditarod - Iditarod

Jeff King - Musher Details - 2016 Iditarod - Iditarod

Jeff King - Musher Details - 2016 Iditarod - Iditarod

Jeff King - Musher Details - 2016 Iditarod - Iditarod

The Lakefront Anchorage First Musher to the Yukon Awardis presented by Carol Fraser, general manager of The Lakefront Anchorage Hotel to Jeff King at the musher finisher's banquet in Nome during the 2016 Iditarod. Alaska Photo by Jeff Schultz

The Lakefront Anchorage First Musher to the Yukon Awardis presented by Carol Fraser, general manager of The Lakefront Anchorage Hotel to Jeff King at the musher finisher's banquet in Nome during the 2016 Iditarod. Alaska Photo by Jeff Schultz

Jeff King - Musher Details - 2016 Iditarod - Iditarod

Jeff King - Musher Details - 2016 Iditarod - Iditarod

Denali musher Jeff King, so far, is the lone musher to push through Cripple toward the Ruby.  The 4-time Iditarod champion spent four hours in the Cripple checkpoint, before heading down the trail at 3:05 a.m. today.  Six mushers remain in Cripple, including reigning champion Dallas Seavey, Noah Burmeister, Robert Sorlie and John Baker.  Seavey was first into the checkpoint at 3:31 p.m. Wednesday.

Denali musher Jeff King, so far, is the lone musher to push through Cripple toward the Ruby. The Iditarod champion spent four hours in the Cripple checkpoint, before heading down the trail at a.

King tending to dogs during his 24h in Ruby

Photos, Day 6 - Yukon River village of Ruby welcomes Iditarod mushers

Jeff King - Musher Details - 2016 Iditarod - Iditarod

Jeff King - Musher Details - 2016 Iditarod - Iditarod

Jeff King and his crazy cooker

Veteran Iditarod musher Jeff King describes his unusual-looking cooker at the Ruby checkpoint.

Jeff King runs past cliffs on the Yukon River shortly after leaving the Ruby Checkpoint during the 2016 Iditarod. March 11, 2016 Photo by Jeff Schultz

Jeff King runs past cliffs on the Yukon River shortly after leaving the Ruby Checkpoint during the 2016 Iditarod. March 2016 Photo by Jeff Schultz

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