No end in sight: my life as a blind Iditarod racer
Par Rachael Scdoris, Rick Steber
Biographies, Personnes aveugles ou ayant une vision partielle (biographies)
Audio avec voix humaine, Braille automatisé
Twenty-one-year-old author discusses her Oregon childhood, her experience with low vision, and her determination to become a professional sled dog racer. Describes being introduced to the sport by her father, becoming the youngest athlete to win a five-hundred-mile race, and the obstacles she overcame to qualify for the Iditarod. 2006.