No End in Sight: My Life as a Blind Iditarod Racer




      No End in Sight: My Life as a Blind Iditarod Racer
The inspirational first person story of a young dog sled racer who had to overcome incredible odds to compete she is legally blindFor than eleven years, twenty one year old Rachael Scdoris has been guiding teams of sled dogs across jagged mountain ranges, frozen rivers, dense forests, and desolate tundra at speeds exceeding twenty mph Not only is Rachael the youngest athlete to ever complete a 500 mile sled dog race mile, but she is also legally blind and has been since birth Though she faced resistance from race organizers, Rachael finally achieved her goal of competing, with the aid of a visual interpreter, in the 2005 Iditarod Trail International Sled Dog Race across the wilds of Alaska No End in Sight is a story full of heartache and hope, challenge and courage and ultimately the triumph of dreaming big and working to make those dreams come true. Free Download [ No End in Sight: My Life as a Blind Iditarod Racer ] by [ Rachael Scdoris ] – heartforum.co.uk

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      No End in Sight: My Life as a Blind Iditarod Racer
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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • No End in Sight: My Life as a Blind Iditarod Racer
  • Rachael Scdoris
  • English
  • 01 May 2018
  • 0312352735

10 thoughts on “ No End in Sight: My Life as a Blind Iditarod Racer

  1. Debbie Zapata says:

    I found my 2005 edition of this book on a dealer s used book table in the plaza earlier this year I could not find this exact edition in the GR database, though All of the ones listed there have Scdoris herself as the author, but mine lists Rick Steber as author Of course I was confused about that until I read the introduction, which was written by Scdoris There she explains that she told her story to family friend Steber and asked him to write it for the world, which explained the mystery I found my 2005 edition of this book on a dealer s used book table in the plaza earlier this year I could not find this exact edition in the GR database, though All of the ones listed there have Scdoris herself as the author, but mine lists Rick Steber as author Of course I was confused about that until I read the introduction, which was written by Scdoris There she explains that she told her story to family friend Steber and asked him to write i...

  2. Mom says:

    As an eight year old legally blind girl, Rachael Scdoris decided that she wanted to be a sled dog musher and to run the Iditarod She faced many challenges along the way but was determined to achieve her goal Her story is inspiring and informative Wr...

  3. Nikki Horne says:

    No End In Sight is a great inspirational story for children to read I myself was given this book at the age of 12 and I loved it It is true story about a girl named Rachael Scdoris who is blind She is also a sled dog racer It tells the journey off her overcoming her blindness and doing what she is passionate about regardless of her disability I think this book would be considered a social issue because of her disability It is hard to talk to children about disabilities because they usually No End In Sight is a great inspirational story for children to read I myself was given this book at the age of 12 and I loved it It is true story about a girl named Rachael Scdoris who is blind She is also a sled dog racer It tells the journey off her overcoming her blindness and doing what she is passionate about regardless ...

  4. Emily says:

    I read this book in eighth grade, and I enjoyed it so much that I loaned it to my English teacher It pains me that I never got it back Six years later, I remember enjoying the story immensely and being thoroughly inspired I would love to read it again.

  5. Kerri Anne says:

    I tried really hard to get into this book because the story itself is just so amazing To race the Iditarod is an endlessly impressive feat of endurance and bravery and insanity unto itself To race the Iditarod with no sight seems to rest in the realm of impossibility, and yet it s been done Rachael Scdoris has done it The problems for me with this book are two fold the writing itself and the organization, neither of which felt particularly well done or even appropriately finished before I tried really hard to get into this book because the story itself is just so amazing To race the Iditarod is an endlessly impressive feat of endurance and bravery and insa...

  6. Danielle says:

    It was a compelling and easy to read book that makes one marvel about the fortitude of mushers They are truly a rare breed It was great to learnabout it and to learn of the challenges faced by a competito...

  7. Megan says:

    Amazing story Amazing story of a courageous and brave young woman, overcoming all sorts of obstacles She is an incredible inspiration to anyone who reads this book I m in awe of her spirit and will to succeed.

  8. Heather Gahres says:

    Such a great inspiring book Easily draws you into the story.

  9. Rick Jensen says:

    A reader may be a bit disappointed by this ending of Rachel s story Spoiler alert, she returned to run the iditarod and completed the race in 2006 and again in 2008.

  10. Meli says:

    Read about ten years ago, remembered flying through it and it being inspiring don t let your disability get in the way.

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