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Executive Director

Local Address: Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Iditarod
Mile 2. 2 Knik Road
Wasilla, Alaska 99687
United States

Company Description: The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race (www.iditarod.com), which has been described as the "Last Great Race on Earth," runs from
Background

Employment History

  • Executive Director of the Trail Committee
    Iditarod

Education

  • Business Administration
    Manchester College
154 Total References
Web References
Contact Iditarod Staff – Iditarod
iditarod.com, 8 July 2014 [cached]
Stan Hooley, Executive Director
Stan Hooley has been the Executive Director of the Iditarod Trail Committee (ITC) since July of 1993. Most of his time today is focused on the overall growth and success of the Iditarodâ€"though, in his spare time he particularly enjoys finding a new secret spot full of oversized and overweight rainbow trout.Phone: (907) 376-5155 x104
Contact Iditarod Staff – Iditarod
iditarod.com, 16 May 2014 [cached]
Stan Hooley, Executive Director
Stan Hooley has been the Executive Director of the Iditarod Trail Committee (ITC) since July of 1993. Most of his time today is focused on the overall growth and success of the Iditarodâ€"though, in his spare time he particularly enjoys finding a new secret spot full of oversized and overweight rainbow trout.Phone: (907) 376-5155 x104
Go Mush
www.gomush.com, 27 April 2014 [cached]
"The Iditarod Trail Committee is bringing the latest mobile technology and a real-time content delivery platform to Iditarod Race fans, offering an unprecedented mobile experience in 2014," said Stan Hooley, Executive Director of the Iditarod Trail Committee.
"We are excited that Iditarod ...
www.thesportsmanchannel.com, 8 Jan 2014 [cached]
"We are excited that Iditarod fans outside the State of Alaska will again be able watch the great Iditarod programming on television through our new partnership with Sportsman Channel," said Stan Hooley, Executive Director of the Iditarod Trail Committee.
The trail's year-to-year quirks are ...
www.adn.com, 16 Feb 2014 [cached]
The trail's year-to-year quirks are always a topic of conversation, but this year the situation seems particularly unusual, Iditarod director Stan Hooley said.
"When people ask me the question, 'Well, what's the trail like?' my response, generally is, 'Which hundred mile section do you want to talk about?' Because you really have to break it down and analyze it in that way," Hooley said Friday. "But in an overall sense, certainly in my 20 years, this is as strange as things have ever been."
Down the trail from Willow, glare ice on river crossings is a major concern, Hooley said. He said the trail committee may decide to enlist the volunteer help of Dave Cruz and his Palmer-based Cruz Construction to have a heavy-duty groomer churn up 60 to 65 miles of ice and hard-packed snow into something softer. That depends on whether ice on the Susitna and Yentna rivers is strong enough to support the equipment. A group will be drilling over the weekend to sample the thickness where the trail crosses the rivers, Hooley said.
Heading through the Alaska Range into Rainy Pass and on to the Nikolai checkpoint, there were reports of more ice, with deep ruts in places, and little or no snow. Keeping dogs safe and sleds upright on the winding, icy, steep parts of the trail, like the Dalzell Gorge, is on the minds of some mushers. As it stands now, braking or planting a snow hook would be difficult, Hooley and others said.
Trail checkers for the Iron Dog snowmachine race also reported open water on creeks and rivers they had to skip across. Hooley said recent cold weather should heal up those areas and building temporary bridges could solve the problem.
"I don't think we've seen an area with open water that we can't look at and say, 'We can fix that,'" he said.
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That can be a problem for any musher with a day job, said Hooley, the Iditarod director. Because of the lack of snow, some mushers had moved their operations, if only temporarily, he said. But work commitments kept others tethered closer to home, Hooley said.
"That's a hardship," he said.
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