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Wyoming Stage Stop Stage 3: Kemmerer, Wyoming
Wyoming Stage Stop Stage 3: Kemmerer, Wyoming - Kemmerer, Wyoming
KEMMERER, WYOMING -- February 3, 2020

From the results of today’s Stage 3 of the Pedigree Stage Stop Race in Kemmerer, Wyoming, it’s clear that this year’s event is shaping up to be every bit as exciting as last year’s. Anny Malo of Quebec, Canada has now won all of the first three stages and increased her lead by nearly seven minutes over second place competitor Lina Streeper of British Columbia, Canada.

Fresh snow made for a softer, slower trail. Low light conditions in the open country of the Wyoming Range foothills resulted in a challenging trail that benefited some teams and hindered others. Alix Crittenden of Wyoming finished a strong third in this stage that propelled her from 5th to 3rd overall. Rachel Courtney of Manitoba, Canada remained steady, maintaining her 4th place position. A very intense battle for third place is now being contested between these two mushers.

Jeff Conn and Bruce Magnusson both lost significant time today when their teams followed snowmobile tracks that paralleled the main trail into soft, unpacked snow. Both mushers dropped 2 positions in the overall standings.

All 18 competitors will be racing in tomorrow’s Big Piney “Stage 4” which starts at the Middle Piney parking lot off road 350, 20 miles north of Big Piney, Wyoming. Set in the same mountain ranges as Kemmerer, similar trail conditions are expected. The first team leaves the starting chute tomorrow at 9:00 am.

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From Kemmerer we travel to Big Piney/Marbleton, Wyoming:
Stage 4 —February 4th — Big Piney/Marbleton.
9:00 AM RACE STARTS at Middle Piney parking lot off road 350, 20 miles from Big Piney.

Tuesday February 4th — Lander, Wyoming.
5:30 — 6:30 PM Meet the Teams on Main Street in downtown Lander. Lander Bake Shop will host the 2019 Pedigree Stage Stop Movie.

Stage 5 — February 5th — Lander, Wyoming.
9:00 AM RACE STARTS Louis Lake parking lot, top of South Pass, Hwy 28.

Stage 6 —February 7th — Driggs, Idaho.
9:00 AM RACE STARTS at Kay Dairy Trail Head, 8.5 miles from Hwy 33 on 4000 N.

Parking at the Start/Finish is limited. Please plan to carpool. There is no free shuttle this year, however individuals needing transportation may contact TRPTA at 208-529-1489 to book a ride at least 24hrs in advance.

Community Meet & Greet 2:00 - 3:00 pm in town 60 S Main St & overflow at 300 S Main St (east and west sides of Community Center)

Stage 7 —February 8th — Teton County, Wyoming
9:00 AM RACE STARTS Lower Slide Lake Trailhead.


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