Sonny Lindner watches a low-flying chopper as he makes his approach into McGrath.
Sonny Lindner arrives in McGrath.
Iditarod crews in McGrath guide Sonny Lindner's dogs into a rest area.
Excited reporters chase Sonny Lindner through McGrath.
Veterinarians examine mushing dogs in McGrath.
Aliy Zirkle arrives in McGrath.
Aliy Zirkle greets photographers as she departs from McGrath.
Jason Mackey, younger brother to Lance, reflects upon his experience along the 2014 Iditarod trail and how his brother chose a good year to miss the race.
Jamaican musher Newton Marshal places blankets on his dogs to keep them warm while resting in McGrath.
Newton Marshall's dogs stay warm underneath blankets the musher brought along the Iditarod trail.
Millenium Hotel head chef Bobby Sidro prepares the Finisher's Banquet for Jeff King in Ruby.
In front of $3,500, musher Jeff Kings toasts to his Finisher's Banquet winnings and dinner.
Children slide down a slippery hill and play in Ruby outside the Iditrarod meeting center.
Martin Buser arrives in Ruby to a crowd of fans, photographers and reporters.
A member of Martin Buser's dog team strikes a pose.
8-year-old Autumn Nanouk watches as musher Aliy Zirkle arrives in Unalakleet.
Aliy Zirkle arrives in Unalakleet.
Aliy Zirkle poses for a photo opportunity with a pair of girls in Unalakleet.
Martin Buser arrives in Unalakleet.
Crews prepare the finish line in Nome as mushers quickly approach.
Coming in two minutes and 22 seconds ahead of the next musher Dallas Seavey wins the 42nd Iditarod race at 4:04 a.m. Tuesday.
Friends and family of Martin Buser excitedly await the musher's arrival upon hearing the announcement horn of his imminent approach.
Martin Buser arrives in Nome at 3:58 p.m. on March 11, becoming the sixth musher to finish the Iditarod race. He finished the race in nine days 58 minutes and 58 seconds.
Suffering a broken finger and a sprained ankle, Martin Buser shares an emotional moment with his wife Kathy after the long Iditarod race.