Just like the 1990s blockbuster bobsleigh film Cool Runnings, Newton Marshall has crossed all boundaries in the freezing Alaskan outback, finishing 13th in the toughest dogsled race in the world.
"It felt like climbing Mount Everest because the race spanned four different mountain ranges and along with that type of terrain, came the wind that cuts like a knife," said the 25-year-old St Ann-born man who first saw snow two years ago.
The conditions were so brutal, he felt like quitting several times but, like a rawboned, courageous Jamaican, kept on.
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