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February 2, 2021—Big Piney/Marbleton, Wyoming
February 2, 2021—Big Piney/Marbleton, Wyoming - Big Piney/Marbleton, Wy
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION: MALO WINS STAGE FOUR — ANDERSON JUMPS TO 4TH OVERALL

Another exciting day on the Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race. Mushers completed stage four of seven in the Wyoming Mountain Range just west of Big Piney and Marbleton.

Three days of racing remain with the next stage taking place near Lander, Wyoming on the South Pass of the Wind River Mountain Range. The race then heads to Driggs, Idaho and Teton County Wyoming for stages six and seven.

February 2, 2021 Finish order:

1 - Anny Malo 2:21:03
2 - Lina Streeper 2:24:31
3 - JR Anderson 2:27:44
4 - Érick Laforce 2:29:59
5 - Elliot Rivest 2:35:11
6 - Maria Torgerson 2:35:26
7 - Diane Marquis 2:38:39
8 - Alix Crittenden 2:40:04
9 - Ryan Beaber 2:45:54
10 - Austin Forney 2:45:54
11 - Rafael Nelson 2:46:21
12 - Thad McCracken 2:46:35
13 - Bruce Magnusson 2:47:28
14 - Jake Robinson 2:48:13
15 - Doug Butler 2:49:24
16 - Gwenn Bogart 2:57:00
17 - Randy Dekuiper 2:57:08
18 - Tim Thiessen 2:57:48
19 - Guy Girard 3:05:01
20 - Ed Steilstra 3:16:42
21 - Laura Neese 3:18:19
22 - Chris Adkins 3:19:01
23 - Ben Barrett 3:28:00

From Big Piney/Marbleton we travel to Lander, Wyoming:

February 3rd — Stage Five - Lander, Wyoming
February 4th —Travel Day —
February 5th — Stage Six - Driggs, Idaho
February 6th — Stage Seven - Teton County, Wyoming

With a total combined payout of $165,000, the Pedigree Stage Race offers the largest purse in the lower 48, and draws many of the top teams from the United States and Canada.

In conjunction with Angelos Media, the Stage Stop race will be posting daily video updates as well as race commentary, photography, and daily results.

As part of the race organization’s comprehensive COVID plan, spectators are not being encouraged at any of the venues. Instead, local as well as global race fans can enjoy extensive race coverage online at www.wyomingstagestop.org or on Facebook.


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