Nicolas Petit wins second consecutive Copper Basin 300

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Annual Copper Basin 300 Sled Dog race came to an end in Glennallen on Monday, and for the second year in a row, Nicolas Petit has won the CB 300.
Petit crossed the finish line after nearly two days on the trail, finishing in one day, 21 hours, and 15 minutes.
Brent Sass finished second, crossing the finish line about half an hour later.
Matt Hall finished third overall while Sven Haltmann took fourth, and Michelle Phillips rounded out the top five for this year.
In total, 34 mushers crossed the finish line, with the Red Lantern award going to Kailyn Davis, bringing an end to the race after 2 days, 19 hours, and 16 minutes on the trail.
Petit, who won $8,000 for his victory, will now turn his attention to the race he finished second in last year, the Iditarod.