A talented athlete, Dallas wrestled in high school, winning both the state and national high school championships. He attended college at the U.S. Olympic Training Center and was ranked 3rd in Jr. Worlds his freshman year. He had his sights set on an Olympic medal when he was permanently sidelined by injuries. Dallas then turned his attention to his other passion, sled dog racing, eventually becoming the youngest Iditarod Champion in history.
A charismatic speaker, Dallas gives talks and presentations around the world relating to his Iditarod experiences, and hosts dog sled tours out of his kennel in Alaska. During his off season, the summer, he spends his time trekking across Alaska with a National Geographic film crew for the TV series Ultimate Survival Alaska.
- 2015 Iditarod Champion. Youngest 3 time champion in history.
- 2014 Iditarod Champion with a record time of 8 days 13 hours 4 minutes & 19 seconds
- Season 2 winner of Ultimate Survivor Alaska on National Geographic
- Finished 4th place at Iditarod with a rookie puppy team
- Completed filming for second season of Ultimate Survival Alaska
- Youngest Iditarod Champion in history at 25 years old
- Completed filming for first season of Ultimate Survival Alaska
- 4th place Iditarod finish - broke Southern Route speed record
- Youngest Yukon Quest Champion in history. Won Rookie of the Year Award.
- 8th place Iditarod finish
- 6th place Iditarod finish- Most Improved Musher Award
- 47th place Iditarod finish with a young dog team
- At 18 years old became the youngest musher in history to race Iditarod. Finished 51st place with a young dog team.
- Represented the USA in Lithuania, placing 3rd in the Jr. Worlds Wrestling Championship
- Raced the premier mid- distance race in the world, the Kuskokwim 300 at age 16. Finished in 4th place, earning the headline title "Rookie Sensation"
- Won the 125 pound Greco Roman wrestling National Championship
- Alaskan State Wrestling Champion