The NBA, MLB, and NHL are on a coronavirus hiatus, but Americans can still indulge their thirst for competitive sports. The Iditarod began March 7 in Anchorage, Alaska, and just hit the Bering Sea coast with Norwegian Thomas Waerner in the lead. The sled-dog race, which crosses two mountain ranges, ends in Nome, usually in between nine to 12 days. There are 57 mushers competing this year. In a nod to the coronavirus pandemic, however, the winners’ banquet has been postponed.