Shannon Miller 2020 - Pinedale, Wyoming
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PINEDALE, WYOMING — February 2, 2020
Stage Stop defending champion Anny Malo of Quebec, Canada posted the fastest time in Stage 2 of the 25th annual Pedigree Stage Stop Race in Pinedale, Wyoming today.
Malo’s winning time of 2:22:46 on the 34.5-mile out-and-back course gained her another minute and thirty-seven seconds over current second place competitor Lina Streeper of British Columbia, Canada. Malo’s narrow lead now sits at just under 4 minutes after a cumulative 63 miles of racing with another 160 miles in 5 stages of racing ahead.
Jeff Conn of Alaska, Rachel Courtney of Manitoba, and Alix Crittenden of Wyoming fill out the top 5 positions with Bruce Magnusson of Michigan knocking at the door just 1 second behind Crittenden.
The field of 18 mushers will compete again tomorrow, February 3rd, in Kemmerer, Wyoming for Stage 3 on the Hams Fork Trail in the southern foothills of the Wyoming Range north of Kemmerer. A strong winter storm is expected to bring snow and wind Sunday night and will continue through Monday creating a potentially challenging day for this year’s competitors.
The City of Kemmerer hosts a Fundraiser Dinner and Program at South Lincoln Training & Event Center in Kemmerer tonight.
2020 PEDIGREE® Stage Stop Race | Media Director