We are official. Many of you followed along on his 2019 journey and know that he is one of the most energetic, kind, positive and charismatic people you will ever meet in person or via the internet. Go to Iditarod.com and check out the mushers for 2020. Iditarod veteran Jeremy Keller scratched today at the Nikolai checkpoint with 12 dogs in harness. ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - After scratching from the 48th running of the Iditarod late last week, musher Jeremy Keller has arrived at his personal finish line for this year's race: He pulled in at home instead of Nome on Monday, more than a week after the Willow restart and two days before anyone else will cross the finish line under the Burled Arch. He will be mushing back to Willow. ... After Jeremy’s 2007 Iditarod, although he wanted to run the race again the following year, he looked at the realities on the ground and felt he could not ask me to support him through another race. Iditarod 2020 – Day 7. by Bryan. Musher Jeremy Keller, who had been running in the back of the pack, scratched in Nikolai on Thursday. But in Alaska, the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is mushing on. Race leaders are now more than halfway down the trail, and while a post-race … 03/03/2020 – Jr. Iditarod Success. ... Jeremy Keller, Knik; 49. Jeremy Keller. 53 Jeremy Keller (47) Beyond Rainy Pass 54 Jim Lanier (55) 55 Kaci Murringer (57) R 56 Nils Hahn (56) 57 Dennis Kananowicz (53) The Mushers in bold are former winners of the Iditarod, while italics indicates Yukon Quest winners. The 2020 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race held its ceremonial start in Anchorage on Saturday, March 7, 2020. Sorry for the long silence! Iditarod 2020. This is Jeremy and a small team commuting home from a cabin he is working on last week. The release said he was mushing back to the starting line in Willow, 263 miles (423 kilometers) and a four-day journey away. The Iditarod began outside of Anchorage on March 6, before an array of major sports announced cancellations and postponements. Due to current events, Keller has made the difficult decision to scratch as he wants to be home with his … With high hopes of being completely self-reliant, Jeremy has spent the last 15 years creating a self-sustaining farmstead with his wife and two sons. He will be mushing back to Willow. Iditarod Champion Jeremy Keller and His Family. ... Iditarod 2020 of course! NOV 20, 2020 - ANCHORAGE — The coronavirus has stopped virtually all North American sports events in their tracks. As news of emergency measures and coronavirus closures spreads, there’s at least one group of people that is almost totally in the dark: Iditarod mushers. Hello Everyone! By Jeremy Keller, 1 month 1 month ago . Jeremy Keller needs your help to get to the starting line of the 2020 Iditarod sled dog race. Either way, we wish him well and a better run in 2021. He and his family live in Knit, AK which is outside of Wasilla. Jeremy Keller (47) scratched at Nikolai for personal reasons. The Norwegian has run a brilliant race and is well on his way to becoming the third of his countrymen to win the Iditarod. ... Jeremy Keller of Knik. The Iditarod started five days earlier, before the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a pandemic. The Dragon Report. Jeremy Keller Having hitchhiked over 20,000 miles across the country in search of a place to escape the evils of modern day society, Jeremy Keller eventually landed in McCarthy, Alaska. (Anne Raup / ADN) 03/03/2020 – Jr. Iditarod Success. Nils Hahn (56) & Alan Eischens (49) scratched at McGrath. Iditarod 2020 – Day 7. by Bryan. Jeremy Keller of Knik, Alaska on a training run with his team. Don’t miss it! Jeremy Keller. Brent Sass continued his lead in the 2020 Iditarod Friday night. Jeremy Keller reaches out for hand slaps while running his team through the Trailgate party along the Iditarod ceremonial start route in Anchorage, March 7, 2020. It was reported earlier today that he had gotten off the trail and had to backtrack and other reports cited a desire to be with his family during the current coronavirus pandemic. Bjorn finished his second Jr. Iditarod Sunday night at 10:15pm with 9 healthy, happy, and absolutely beautiful dogs. March 12, 2020 Jeremy Keller scratches at Nikolai checkpoint Anchorage, Alaska –– Veteran Iditarod musher Jeremy Keller (bib #47) of Knik, Alaska, scratched at 3:05 p.m. today at the Nikolai checkpoint. Thanks to all of you, we raised the $4000 entry fee, though some of it has come through snail mail rather than through the GoFundMe page. Everyone has finished their 24-hour stop. It’s hard to hear his voice over the sound of the runners but basically he’s been working and using the dogs to go the 8 miles each way to his job site. The numbers in parentheses are their Bib numbers. One of Nome’s councilmen asked people to not come to Nome for the finish of the Iditarod. One of Nome’s councilmen asked people to not come to Nome for the finish of the Iditarod. Thanks for Giving, Everyone! The start order for the 2020 Iditarod was announced during the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race Mushers Banquet Thursday night at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage. Instead of having his team and gear air lifted out, he decided to simply turn around and mush home instead. The numbers in parentheses are their Bib numbers. Please join us on our journey here and at www.allroadleadto.dog. The last 30 minutes of episode II of The Dragon Report is a telling of my intense challenge in Dalzel Gorge and my decision to turn around in Nikolai, and mush home, alone. Iditarod veteran Jeremy Keller is mushing his team back to Willow after scratching at the Nikolai checkpoint on Thursday. The 47 years old dog musher ran Iditarod for the first time in 2007. (Joey Mendolia/Alaska Public Media) ... Musher Jeremy Keller’s sled dog leaps into the air. Jeremy, an Iowa native, moved to Alaska to chase adventure when he was in college and has been living there ever since with his wife, Alison, whom he met in McCarthy. Jeremy Keller scratched from the race on Wednesday at the Nikolai checkpoint. From Iditarod.com, “Veteran Iditarod musher Jeremy Keller (bib #47) of Knik, Alaska, scratched at 3:05 p.m. today (3/12/2020) at the Nikolai checkpoint. The food, dog booties and multitude of other supplies Jeremy Keller and his dogs will rely on during the 2019 Iditarod fills the room of the family’s Knik home. Jeremy Keller of Knik withdrew at the checkpoint in Nikolai. Nils Hahn (56) & Alan Eischens (49) scratched at McGrath. Everyone has finished their 24-hour stop. (Loren Holmes / ADN) Buy This Photo. Due to current events, Keller has made the … WASILLA — Around 15,000 people are expected to attend the 2020 Iditarod restart, making the small town of Willow a whole lot bigger over the weekend. He … Bjorn finished his second Jr. Iditarod Sunday night at 10:15pm with 9 healthy, happy, and absolutely beautiful dogs. The real story begins on January 23, when Wuhan, China was locked down. Jeremy Keller, McCarthy, Alaska. June 5, 2020 - Jeremy Keller Earns Hard Chargers Honors in Season Opener at Dacotah Speedway: After losing the first month and half of the season to the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, Jeremy Keller made his 2020 season debut on Friday night at Dacotah Speedway (Mandan, N.D.) piloting his Pacific Sound & Video No. Episode 10- Elim to Safety By Michael Rogers Tuesday has been all about Thomas Waerner. Hello Everyone! Jeremy Keller (47) scratched at Nikolai for personal reasons. 11K Modified entry. Jessie Royer makes food for her dogs in Takotna on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 during the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. ... Lance Mackey disqualified from 2020 Iditarod for positive drug test. Two-time finisher Jeremy Keller of Knik said he’s been training along the Yentna River for the past month, and he has seen many moose. Hello everyone! These are the official standings. Published by Jeremy Keller on March 3, 2020 March 3, 2020. 56 Jeremy Keller (47) The Mushers in bold are former winners of the Iditarod, while italics indicates Yukon Quest winners. It was a wild ride. The small “R” indicates a total rookie, while the small “Q” indicates an Iditarod rookie who has completed a Yukon Quest. 7.8K likes. ... Alaskan Jeremy Keller simply turned his … ... Related: Follow all of our coverage of the 2020 Iditarod here. At this writing, he is closing in on Safety with a commanding lead over 2nd place musher Mitch Seavey. Hello Everyone!