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Tough Sledding at the Idiotarod

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Tough Sledding at the Idiotarod

Tough Sledding at the Idiotarod

Tough Sledding at the Idiotarod

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At the Idiotarod in New York City, human competitors race shopping carts along the streets of Gotham. It's not to be confused with the Iditarod, the brutal Alaska sled-dog race. But it's plenty zany. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and racer Casey Loose.

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