IDITAROD - THE LAST SLED DOG RACE OF NICOLAS VANIER

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The Iditarod  is an annual long dog sled race that is run in early March from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska.  Mushers and their 14 dogs cover the 1.5k kilometer (938-mi.) span in an average of 8-15 days. The race began in 1973 and is thought to honor the group of mushers and dogs who saved the city of Nome when a diphtheria epidemic threatened the city in 1925 (an event which was made famous in the film “Balto”). See the amazing Iditarod from a drone in this video AirVuz contributor and pilot JAZ.

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    Jenny Mirković

    VP of Community Management at AirVūz I love the amazing capability of camera and racing drones, I love the spectacular videos and photos they produce, and I love to meet and celebrate the talented people who fly them! I'm a budding pilot myself and am currently practicing with my family and friends! While we currently fly with our Mavic, my husband and I have also practiced our flying with the Chroma, our Parrot, and about a dozen of the micro-drones we have around the house! And yep - our giant doggie hated them all :-) I love to hear from our enthusiastic members of our AirVūz community, so please stay in touch!

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