September 20, 2018

Musher Details

2005 Jr. Iditarod » Mushers » Amy Jarrell

Amy Jarrell

Bib Number: 9
Hometown: Anchorage, Alaska


Biography

Amy Jarrell, 16, is home schooled in the tenth grade. She enjoys rock climbing and snow boarding. She says she doesn’t have a plan for what she’ll do after high school, but she does plan to continue mushing. Amy, one of five children and the one mushing in her family, began mushing in the spring of 2004. This will be her first Jr. Iditarod.

Sponsors

National Dog Food
Ultima Thule Outfitters
Jona Van Zyle


2005 Standings

Checkpoint Time In Dogs In Time Out Dogs Out Rest Time Previous Layover Status Distance
Enroute Time Speed (mph) 10hr
Settlers Bay - Start 02/26/2005 10:00:00 10 02/26/2005 10:16:00 10 0h 16m 0
Burma Road - Out 02/26/2005 11:45:00 10 02/26/2005 11:45:00 10 0h 0m 1h 29m 11.46 17
Susitna River - Out 02/26/2005 14:42:00 10 02/26/2005 14:42:00 10 0h 0m 2h 57m 7.80 23
Eagle Song - Out 02/26/2005 16:46:00 10 02/26/2005 16:46:00 9 0h 0m 2h 4m 6.77 14
Yentna Station 02/26/2005 18:35:00 9 02/27/2005 05:01:00 9 10h 26m 1h 49m 8.26 15
Eagle Song - In 02/27/2005 10:38:00 10 02/27/2005 10:38:00 9 0h 0m 5h 37m 2.67 15
Susitna River - In 02/27/2005 13:27:00 9 02/27/2005 13:27:00 9 0h 0m 2h 49m 4.97 14
Burma Road - In 02/27/2005 17:57:00 9 4h 30m 5.11 Race ended at Burma 23