Yukon Quest 300 Results Come in; 1,000 Miles Approach Dawson

Published: Feb. 8, 2018 at 12:57 PM AKST
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The 2018 Yukon Quest is barreling its way to Dawson City, the Mushers are looking to make their moves in the cold temps.

As of 4 P.M. today, Allen Moore sits in first with a 28 mile lead.

In second is Paige Drobny who has been nipping at the heels of Morre throughout the race.

In third is the defending champ in Matt Hall who is at the same stop with Drobny at Clinton Creek.

Hall came in afterwards to the stop, so Drobny should be leaving before him.

In fourth is Ed Hopkins.

Hopkins was sitting outside the top five for awhile, but made his move to help over take the Mushers before him.

And in fifth is the rookie Vebjorn Reitan who has been impressive holding onto a top five spot for the second straight day.

Also the Yukon Quest 300 has finished, and the results are in.

In first was Ben Good, who finished with a time of 54 hours and three minutes.

In second was Joanna Jagow, who finished two minutes after Good with a time of 54 minutes and five minutes.

In third was Richard Beattie, who came in two and a half hours later with a time of 56 hours and 33 minutes.

In fourth was Chase Tingle, who was about seven hours behind Beattie with a runtime of 63 hours and 31 minutes.

In fifth was Chris Ciancibelli who came in with a time of 66 hours and 53 minutes.

The Red Lantern went to Olivia Neff who finished by more than a day behind Ben Good.

Neff took home the lantern with a time of 81 hours and 48 minutes.