NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL CONGRATULATES
ULTIMATE SURVIVAL ALASKA'S DALLAS SEAVEY
ON HIS THIRD IDITAROD WIN
Season Three Finale of Ultimate Survival Alaska Premieres This Sunday, March 22, at 10/9c on National Geographic Channel
(WASHINGTON, D.C. - March 18, 2015) The National Geographic Channel family sends congratulations to world-renowned endurance athlete and dog musher Dallas Seavey, who today won his third Iditarod championship after finishing the grueling thousand-mile race to the finish line in Nome, Alaska. Seavey, who previously won the distinctions of being both the youngest and fastest Iditarod champion in the competition's history, is also currently a featured competitor on the National Geographic Channel series Ultimate Survival Alaska.
Seavey and Team Endurance look to defend their championship crown on Ultimate Survival Alaska when the series concludes its third season on Sunday, March 22, at 10/9c. CLICK HERE to view a preview clip from the season finale, visit www.natgeotv.com/SurvivalAlaska for more information, and follow us on Facebook (natgeotv, SurvivalAlaska), Twitter (@natgeochannel, @SurvivalAlaska) and Instagram (@natgeochannel).
Ultimate Survival Alaska is produced by Brian Catalina Entertainment for National Geographic Channels. For Brian Catalina Entertainment, executive producer is Brian Catalina. For National Geographic Channels, executive producer is Robert Palumbo; senior vice president of programming and development is Alan Eyres; and president, original programming & production, National Geographic Channel U.S. is Tim Pastore.
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