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🐕Iditarod 2019: Day 4 3/6/2019 - The Norwegian heads for Iditarod
« Reply #135 on: March 07, 2019, 07:53:26 AM »
Joar is back on the trail heading for Iditarod to catch up with Ally Zirkle, and bypass Nick who has his 24 clock still going in Ophir.  The Old Man of the Trail Martin Buser has made a guest cameo appearance, he ran straight through for Iditarod but still has his 24 hour break to take, so he will be well back again when he gets going.

It still looks like a race between the Norwegian and the Frog, although Ally Zirkle is pushing hard and is within striking distance once everyone is running again.  Coming up on the halfway mark now, and it gets serious.

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🐕Iditarod 2019: Day 4 Finishes 3/7/2019 - Nick & Joar Neck & Neck
« Reply #136 on: March 07, 2019, 11:20:31 AM »
Both done with their 24 hour rest, the Frog & the Viking are now Neck & Neck on the trail to Iditarod.

It doesn't get better than this.  More than 400 miles into the race, and the two best Mushers and Dog Teams are Head to Head in the Battle for All the Marbles.  If they are coming into Nome this close, the place will go wild like never before.  I don't believe it has ever happened that the top spot was raced in a sprint at the end between two teams, it's just about always decided already by the last day.

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🐕 Iditarod 2019: Nick blows through Takotna
« Reply #137 on: March 07, 2019, 02:13:45 PM »
Nick and his Dogs are definitely the team to beat in this race.  Those dogs are just AWESOME!  They don't even look winded!  Joar has his work cut out for him.

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🐕Iditarod 2019: Day 5 Begins! 3/7/2019 - Joar closes in on Nick
« Reply #138 on: March 07, 2019, 06:26:29 PM »
Nick is now on a rest between checkpoints and Joar is on the move out of Iditarod, only 8 miles behind.  Blowing through Iditarod may have been a mistake for Nick.

This is really good.

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Day 5 3 7 19

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🐕Iditarod 2019: Day 5: The Viking blows by the Frog out of Iditarod
« Reply #139 on: March 07, 2019, 07:49:46 PM »
This is a REAL race between the best of the best in Mushing.  It just can't get any better than this.  I wish I could embed the vids I get as a Premium subscriber.  I'm looking for vids that come up on Utoob as the race progresses.  KTUU also puts up some that I can embed.

Who do you put your money on, Joar or Nick?  Even Odds.

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🐕Iditarod 2019: Day 6 Begins! 3/8/2019 - Holed up in Grayling
« Reply #140 on: March 08, 2019, 07:49:26 PM »
Currently all the mushers who have made it to Grayling are holed up there.  Nick is on his 8 hour mandatory break, so he had to take the stop anyhow.  Joar already took his 8 hours, so he could leave anytime.  The question is, does he want to go out and get the jump on Nick?  The problem with that is he would be breaking trail for Nick, and it's snowing there pretty heavily.  Right now, he has really well rested dogs, but there has been attrition.  Nick is down to 12 dogs, Joar is down to 11.  Both started with the race limit this year of 14 dogs.

The weather looks tough the rest of the way up the Yukon River and along the Bering Sea.  It remains to be seen who can tough it out the best in the rough conditions.  The race really begins now.

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🐕Iditarod 2019: Day 6 Begins! 3/8/2019 - The Viking is on the Move!
« Reply #141 on: March 08, 2019, 08:31:48 PM »
Joar already took his 8 hours, so he could leave anytime.  The question is, does he want to go out and get the jump on Nick?  The problem with that is he would be breaking trail for Nick, and it's snowing there pretty heavily.

No sooner asked than answered.  Joar is on the move again!  Nic still has at least 3 hours left on his 8 hour break I think, so Joar will have a nice lead.  Snowing as it is, with that long an interval between Joar's tracks and his sled I'm not sure how much extra speed he might get from having the trail broken in front of him.

Have to watch the leg times now to see who is moving faster up the trail.  Nic will be playing catch-up, so he will need to move faster.  Any mistake at this juncture can mean the difference between Winning and coming in 2nd, or even lower.  Nic made a bad mistake inside 200 miles from the finish last year that cost him the race.  Going off-TRail in a snowstorm is always a danger.

Next stop: Eagle Island at mile 592.

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🐕 The Iditarod: Sled Dogs - Life Below Zero
« Reply #142 on: March 09, 2019, 12:45:01 AM »
It's a Dog's Life.

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🐕Iditarod 2019: Day 6 3/8/2019 - Wee Hours Update
« Reply #143 on: March 09, 2019, 03:31:08 AM »
Major happenings on the trail here in the wee hours.  A BORN & BRED LOCAL ALASKAN has stepped up to the plate to challenge the Viking & the Frog.  We'll call him the Moose, real name Peter Kaiser.



Musher Details

2019 Iditarod » Mushers » Peter Kaiser
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Peter Kaiser

Bib Number: 9
 Hometown: Bethel, Alaska
 Website: http://www.Kaiserracing.com

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Biography

Peter Kaiser, 31, was born and raised in Bethel, Alaska. He graduated from Bethel High School in 2005 and has worked for Knik Construction/Lynden for the last eleven years. He says, “Our family has always had dogs, and I’ve been mushing since I was a kid. Watching the Kuskokwim 300 every January sparked my interest in long distance racing, and a few years ago, I decided that I would give the Iditarod a try.” Peter says he enjoys boats, hunting, and fishing. He and his wife, Bethany, are the parents of six year old Ari and Aylee who is one.

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2019 Standings

 

Donlin Gold
Doug Dorland
Dale Construction
Neal Scott
Gonders and May Hoffman
Ron and Janet Kaiser
Yukon Helicopters
T&H Leveling
Bering Sea Animal Clinic
Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska

Dr. Carsons Pet Supplements
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Alaska Technologies
YKHC Diabetes Prevention
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Willow     3/03 14:14:00 14                
Yentna 3/03 18:25:00 14 3/03 18:29:00 14 0h 4m 4h 11m 10.04       42
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Skwentna 3/03 23:33:00 14 3/03 23:40:00 14 0h 7m 5h 4m 5.92       30
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Finger Lake 3/04 06:05:00 14 3/04 06:10:00 14 0h 5m 6h 25m 6.23       40
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Rainy Pass 3/04 09:18:00 14 3/04 09:25:00 14 0h 7m 3h 8m 9.57       30
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Rohn 3/04 18:18:00 14 3/04 21:16:00 14 2h 58m 8h 53m 3.94       35
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Nikolai 3/05 07:54:00 14 3/05 12:23:00 14 4h 29m 10h 38m 7.05       75
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McGrath 3/05 19:23:00 14 3/05 19:24:00 14 0h 1m 7h 0m 6.86       48
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Takotna 3/05 21:59:00 14 3/06 23:27:00 14 25h 28m 2h 35m 6.97   \"✔\"   18
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Ophir 3/07 02:07:00 14 3/07 02:13:00 14 0h 6m 2h 40m 8.63   \"✔\"   23
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Iditarod 3/07 16:48:00 14 3/07 21:40:00 12 4h 52m 14h 35m 5.49   \"✔\"   80
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Shageluk 3/08 04:58:00 12 3/08 08:55:00 12 3h 57m 7h 18m 7.53   \"✔\"   55
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Anvik 3/08 12:18:00 12 3/08 12:20:00 12 0h 2m 3h 23m 7.39   \"✔\"   25
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Grayling 3/08 14:43:00 12 3/08 20:04:00 11 5h 21m 2h 23m 7.55   \"✔\"   18
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Bethel is totally out in the Bush.  You can only get in or out of the place by Bush Plane.  No roads.  Population 6546.

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Bethel Map
Bethel Map

The Viking is in at Eagle Island, with the Moose just 3 miles back.  The Frog is now in 3rd, 6 miles back.  Remains to be seen how long any of them take in Eagle Island.  If it remains true to form, the Flog will blow through and head for  Kaltag.  From there it's on to Unakleet and the Battle of the Bering Sea, where the mushers will be dueling tthe weather as well as each each other.

This is shaping up to be the best Iditarod in years, since the days when Mitch Seavey & Susan Butcher battled it out.

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Day 6 3 8 19b
Day 6 3 8 19b


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🐕 2019 Iditarod: Day 7 Begins - 3/10/2019
« Reply #144 on: March 10, 2019, 04:03:35 PM »
There are now 3 mushers in serious contention, Nic Petit, Joar Leifseth Ulsom and new into the running, Jessie Royer, a female musher.  Good to see a woman in the top 3 since mushing is a relatively gender independent sport, for both the dogs and the mushers.  Jessie is also local Alaskan, hailing from Fairbanks.  We'll nickname her "Xena".  ;D  Here's some more about Jessie:


Musher Details

2019 Iditarod » Mushers » Jessie Royer
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Jessie Royer

Bib Number: 14
 Hometown: Fairbanks, Alaska
 Website: http://www.huskypower.com/jessie

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Biography

Jessie Royer, 42, was born in Idaho. She grew up on a cattle ranch in Montana where she lived for 21 years. She worked on ranches as a horse wrangler and horse teamster. She says she got her first sled dogs when she was 15. She started learning about dogs from Doug Swingley whom she worked with for a couple of years. She had dogs in Montana seven years before moving to Alaska in the spring on 1998. She won Montana’s Race to the Sky when she was only 17, and she was the winner of the invitational La Grande Odyssée in France in 2005. She says her hobbies are horses, hunting and mounted shooting.


2019 Standings

 
Willow     3/03 14:24:00 14                
Yentna 3/03 18:27:00 14 3/03 18:31:00 14 0h 4m 4h 3m 10.37       42
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Skwentna 3/04 01:07:00 14 3/04 01:12:00 14 0h 5m 6h 36m 4.55       30
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Finger Lake 3/04 05:49:00 14 3/04 09:07:00 14 3h 18m 4h 37m 8.66       40
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Rainy Pass 3/04 12:13:00 14 3/04 15:59:00 14 3h 46m 3h 6m 9.68       30
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Rohn 3/04 19:44:00 14 3/04 20:03:00 14 0h 19m 3h 45m 9.33       35
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Nikolai 3/05 08:10:00 14 3/05 12:09:00 14 3h 59m 12h 7m 6.19       75
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McGrath 3/05 18:40:00 14 3/05 18:44:00 14 0h 4m 6h 31m 7.37       48
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Takotna 3/05 21:15:00 14 3/06 22:33:00 14 25h 18m 2h 31m 7.15   \"✔\"   18
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Ophir 3/07 01:13:00 14 3/07 01:23:00 14 0h 10m 2h 40m 8.63   \"✔\"   23
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Iditarod 3/07 15:45:00 14 3/07 20:04:00 14 4h 19m 14h 22m 5.57   \"✔\"   80
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Shageluk 3/08 04:08:00 14 3/08 08:04:00 13 3h 56m 8h 4m 6.82   \"✔\"   55
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Anvik 3/08 11:38:00 13 3/08 11:40:00 13 0h 2m 3h 34m 7.01   \"✔\"   25
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Grayling 3/08 14:06:00 13 3/08 22:06:00 13 8h 0m 2h 26m 7.40 \"✔\" \"✔\"   18
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Eagle Island 3/09 07:53:00 13 3/09 08:03:00 13 0h 10m 9h 47m 6.34 \"✔\" \"✔\"   62
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Kaltag 3/09 19:18:00 13 3/09 23:47:00 13 4h 29m 11h 15m 5.33 \"✔\" \"✔\"   60
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Here's the terrain they are crossing now to get to Nome, along the Bering Sea coast.

Bethel Map
Bethel Map

Here's the positions:

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Day 7 3 10 19

Gonna get serious now.

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🐕 2019 Iditarod: Action on the Sea Ice of the Bering Sea
« Reply #145 on: March 11, 2019, 06:33:56 AM »
Since recording this update, Nic has had problems and fell back.  Bypassed by both Peter and Joar.  This is a nailbiter!

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🐕 2019Iditarod:Day 8 3/11/2019 Begins!
« Reply #146 on: March 11, 2019, 03:25:36 PM »
Day 8 begins with our 3 Leaders currently at the Rest Stop of Koyuk.. However, those leaders do NOT include Nic Petit, who is now well back and it's questionable whether he will actually be able to finish the race.

I basically nailed this in an earlier Vidcast, where I said Nic was pushing his dogs too hard and they would burn out.  So they did.  On the way to Koyuk just about 30 miles out on the Sea Ice, Nic's Dogs quit on him.  They were getting in fights and then Nic yelled at them and then they refused to run.  They're not hurt, they're just over-tired and cranky.  In an interview with the Iditarod Insider, Nic called it a "head problem".  Like a Dog Psychologist could sove this problem  There's a reason they have this head problem, which is Nic over-estimated just how much constant driving this team could take.  Not coincidentally, this is the exact same area where Nic went off trail last year and then lost the race to Joar.  His lead dog took the wrong turn and Nic didn't notice for around 7 miles then had to double back.  I'll bet that lead dog was over-tired also.

Far as the Mushers still in contention go, Peter the Moose is in 1st, Joar the Viking in 2nd around 1.5 hours behind and Jessie "Xena" is in 3rd around 4 hours behind that.  The race to the finish line and the Reddington Trophy at this point appears to be down to the Moose and the Viking.  They have a mandatory 8 hour rest stop to take at White Mountain and then the final push for Nome.  It could end up a race to the wire with a sprint at the end.  That would be amazing.

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Day 8 3 11 19

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🐕 2019 Iditarod: The Hard Road to Koyuk
« Reply #147 on: March 11, 2019, 09:00:11 PM »
The trials and Tribulations of Nic Petit, as they occured.

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🐕 3019 Iditarod: ...AND THE WINNER IS...
« Reply #148 on: March 13, 2019, 09:54:25 PM »
Just a short Teaser Vid of the Victor crossing the Finish Line.  For the full recap vid, you'll need to wait a bit.  a lot of post production to do for this one.

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🐕 Peter Kaiser Takes First In Iditarod Marking A Win For Alaskan Natives
« Reply #149 on: March 17, 2019, 02:56:00 PM »
I didn't know Pete was half Yupiak.  That really does make this HUGE for the Native population.  No wonder they showed up in such large numbers at the Finish.  If I had known that, I would have rooted for him more than the Viking.

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Peter Kaiser Takes First In Iditarod Marking A Win For Alaskan Natives

March 16, 20194:49 PM ET

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Peter Kaiser and his team of dogs take off at the start of the Iditarod race.
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Snow whipped past Peter Kaiser and his eight-dog team as they passed under the famous Burled Arch at the end of the grueling, 1,000-mile Iditarod sled dog race, cinching a first place win.

After racing for miles in inky darkness across the Alaska wildnerness, Kaiser was greeted in Nome, Alaska by bright lights, cameras, and cheering fans chanting "Way to go Pete!"

It was the 31-year-old's tenth time competing in the Iditarod, but his first time winning the championship making him the first musher of Yup'ik descent to ever win the race.

Just after his finish at 3:39 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Kaiser raised both arms in a double-fist pump celebration.


Peter Kaiser celebrates his first-place victory
at the finish line of the Iditarod race.
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"Honestly, I've heard this from many different people that have won, but it hasn't sunk in," he told NPR's Melissa Block. "Like, you actually have to think about it pretty hard and you're like, 'oh man, I actually won this.'"

Kaiser managed to edge out the defending champion, Joar Leifseth Ulsom, by 12 minutes. His winning time was nine days, 12 hours, 39 minutes and six seconds.

"We just got some trail that the team really likes and we didn't see much of that this race," Kaiser told Alaska Public Media. "My team really likes hard, fast trails where they can go fast, and that was probably the best type of trail for that kind of race, so when they got on that they really wanted to roar."
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His win is a point of pride for his hometown of Bethel, Alaska which is situated in the Yukon Delta. The delta is where the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers empty into the Bering Sea on the western end of the state and is the traditional land of Yup'ik people.

"It's about time somebody wins from Kuskokwim," Bethel resident Nelson Alexie told KYUK's Anna Rose MacArthur.

Over the course of the race, Kaiser's supporters many of whom were from the same area as him cheered him on and followed his race through his website and Facebook page. One native, Evon Waska, spoke in the Yup'ik language about the significance of the win for Alaskan natives.

"We Yup'ik people, are very proud," he told KYUK.

Unlike other competitors, who hail from prominent mushing families, Kaiser doesn't come from a dynasty of champion mushers.

"We kind of have our own little mushing story but it's not quite as mainstream as some of the others," Kaiser said.

Though Kaiser is Alaskan on his mother's side, it was his father, Ron Kaiser, originally from Kansas, who introduced him to mushing. His father had a dog team and started mushing in the late 70s but never competed at a high level.

At first, Kaiser mushed for fun, but after graduating high school and trying out college, he decided he wanted to make a career out of racing. In the winters, he trains and races, and in the summer he works seasonal jobs. He owns a total of 40 dogs at his kennel, which require attention, care and training all year round.

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Of Kaiser's eight-dog team Morrow, Lucy, Frieda, Sky, Zuma, Pronto, Charlie and Arbor Morrow and Lucy were his two lead dogs that pushed the team across the finish. Kaiser said he thinks the dogs know they accomplished something special.

"They have an idea of when teams are in front of them on the trail or not," he said. "They're real spunky right now and probably ready to go for another run, but they're going to get some good time off."

In the past, his best finishes had been a fifth place spot in the 2018, 2016 and 2012 races. His prize for winning this year's race includes $50,000 and a new truck. He is also planning to take some time to enjoy himself.


Some dogs on Peter Kaiser's sled team howl
 before the start of the Iditarod race.
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His secret for success this year? He's not quite sure he said there are a variety of factors that may have helped him triumph.

"I can't put my finger on one thing in particular, but I guess we have a whole year to kind of figure out what we did right."

Kaiser regularly pays attention to the small details that contribute to a win. He jots down extremely precise details about his dogs and various races in many notebooks that he regularly studies to enhance his performance.

One big factor is the snow itself. The record for the fastest winning time in the Iditarod is a time of eight days, three hours, 40 minutes and 13 seconds by Mitch Seavey in 2o17. By comparison, this year's race was a little slow partially due to how the warmer weather over the past two years has impacted the snow.

"Anytime you get fresh snow and drifting snow and warmer temperatures, you're going to have a slower race," Kaiser explained. "So the pace of the race is really more dictated by trail conditions and weather than dog teams."

Peter Kaiser and his team of dogs crossed the finish line just past 3 a.m. on Wednesday morning.
Courtesy of John Wallace
It's too soon to tell whether Kaiser is kicking off an Iditarod dynasty for his six-year old son and 1-year-old daughter.

But, his son Ari took to the dogs from an early age making puppy-like howling sounds and likes to mush with the family's retired racing dogs. Since his son only weighs about 45 pounds, his sled team is a lot smaller than Kaiser's it's comprised of one dog, instead of eight.

About a week before Kaiser left to race the Iditarod, his son went on a dog sledding exursion of his own bringing his baby sister, Aylee, along for the ride.
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